HCA 13/71 f.197r Annotate
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dammified and much hindered in her imployment by the said detention at
Callice and the rest of the said goods which were restored at
Callice and were brought to London, appeared upon their deliverie there to be
(and were) much spoiled and dammified by having bin landed and detained at
Callice, this deponent seeing the condition of them at the time
of such their deliverie, but for the valew of the wines and fruite soe
by the said Bennard and companie taken away and never restored, hee
saith hee cannot estimate the same.
To the fourth hee saith that the powder, shott, victualls and cordage
soe taken away from the said shipp were in his estimation worth
fiftie pounds sterling, and hee conceiveth her owners to have
sustained dammage by her detention at Callice, and hinderance of her
imployment to the summe of two hundred pounds sterling, and by her
breaking and deteriorating in the time of the said detention, to the summe of one
hundred pounds sterling, and soe much hee beleeveth her requiring
and putting into the same condition shee was in at the time of the
seizure hath and will cost. And lastly hee verily beleeveth that the
by the said goods restored at Callice and brought hether and delivered
namely by such their detention and endammaging at Callice and by
losse of their market here thereby, the said owners have suffered
dammage to the summe of foure hundred pounds sterling.
[?Claude ?Cornilliesen ?Col] [SIGNATURE ON RH SIDE]
The same day.
Richard Skynne of Plimouth in the County of devon
Sailer, aged 25 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knew the shipp the
Noahs Arke (William durham master) in her last voyage from
Newfound land, whence shee went with a cargo of ffish to
Malega and there delivered the said fish, and there (namely at
Malaga) tooke in sixtie buts of wine, and a quantitie of raisins
in barrells and frailes, with which and the said wines the said shipp
or Pinke (being of about eightie tonnes burthen) was fully laden.
And saith the said wines and fruite were commonly said and esteemed
to be for the account of John Tivell of London Merchant and John
Page of Plimouth merchant, who were and are alsoe commonly
accounted owners of the said vessell, and that the foresaid fish brought
from Newfoundland was alsoe for their account, the premisses
hee deposeth being one of the said shipps company and going the
said voyage in her.
To the second hee saith that the said vessell with the said fruite
and wines came from Malega and arived at Plimouth on or
about the nineth of January last in safetie, and there delivered
part of her said wines and fruite, and tooke in eight chestes (which hee