HCA 13/72 f.314r Annotate
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|Colin Greenstreet, 23/011/13|
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To the third Interrogatorie hee cannot answere knowing nothing thereof nor
being any Mariner nor any of the Industries Company./
To the 4th Interrogatorie hee cannot answere as touching the arrivall of the
Industry at the Canaries or the tyme of her coming thence (saving
that it was in the vintage tyme of the yeare 1654) for that hee tooke noe
noate in writing thereof./
To the 5th hee saith it concerneth him not to answere neither can hee answere
To the last hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing touching
the contnetnts thereof./
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Arth Ingram [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 27th of
The cllaime of John du fflos Merchant}
of Callise, and alsoe of John hadd[?n]}
and of [XXXX] [Xtta] for wines and goods}
in the Saw Mill, Cornelius Bastinus Master}
Examined upon an allegation and
schedules on behalfe of the said
Cornelius Bastiaenss of fflushing Mariner, master
of the said shipp the Saw Mill, aged 26 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and examined.
To the first and second articles of the said allegation hee saith
and deposeth that hee well knoweth the arlate Peter Pollart
and saith that in the moneth of ffebruary last past the said
Peter as factor for the marchants of Callice hereafter specified
did lade and put aboard the shipp the Saw mill arlate for their
respective accounts, the goods following videlicet for the use and
account of John du fflos arlate eighteene tonnes and
two hogsheads of wine marked with the first marke in the
Margent, twenty tonnes of wine for the account and adventure
of the arlate John hedde marked with the second marke in the
margent, and wighteene tonnes and a halfe of wines marked
with the third marke in the margent, and one hundred and
tenn fflitches of bacon for the account of Verte [?S]alla, All
which wines were soe laded at Charante and the said bacon at
Saint Martens by the said factor to be carried and trasnported in
the said shipp to Callice, and there to be delivered to the said
three respective Merchants or their order for their respective
accounts and upon their Adventures. And saith the said three
marchants of Callice were and are commonly accounted the true and
lawfull owners of the said ffrench wines and bacon respectively,
and for owners thereof hee verily beleeveth them to be, The
premisses touching the said lading hee knoweth, for that hee was
master of the said shipp and received the said goods aboard, and for
the other reasons following, And further hee cannot depose.