HCA 13/72 f.58r Annotate
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the others of the owners about setting out the said shipp and having an offer made him by
the said Bultele of buying the said Bulteles said part. And saith the said
Phillips within the said time did disburse and lay out a greate summe
of money upon and about fitting out the said shipp upon a voyage for the
streights in the said yeare 1654, and that upon the making up of the said
Phillips his account of the said disbursements, it appeared unto the
owners at a meeting had by and amongst them thereabout, that each two
and thirtieth part owners part or share of the owners did upon the said account
came and amounted to - 31li -13s - 9d sterling, and after that rate this deponent
and other part owners paid, and soe the said Bultele was to pay, and
was present at the said making up the said account, And otherwise hee
To the third hee saith the said Bultele is still indebted the said summe of
32li 13s 4d for setting out the said shipp as aforesaid for his said part.
Tho: Rodbardt [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Exámined upon the foresaid allegation.
Richard Batson in the parish of Saint James Garlick hithe
London Merchant, aged 56 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first and second árticles 56 yeeres or thereabouts sworne
To the first and second árticles of the said allegation hee saith and
deposeth that hee well knoweth the arlate Roger Phillips, and the
shipp the dover merchant arlate and well knew the arlate Peter
Bultele and saith the said Phillips was the time arlate commander
of the said shipp and the said Bultele commonly accounted a part owner of her, which hee
knoweth because hee this deponent that was and still is a part owner
of her and was one that put the said Phillips into the said commande
and having severall times seene the said Bultele as an owner at
meetings of the owners about the said shipp. And saith that in the
yeere 1654 the said shipp being bound put on a voyage for the Streights
the said Phillips by order of the owners laid out and disbursed much moneys
for her fitting and setting out on the said voyage, and making up his
account thereof, it appeared that each two and thirtieth part owner
was indebted and ought to pay 31 li - 13 s - 9 d for his share of the said
moneys soe laid out, and this deponent paid after that rate for his
part in the said shipp, and soe did most of the rest of the owners,
and that the said Bultele was present at the meeting of the owners
about auditing and allowing the said account, and his part payable
was after the rate aforesaid hee being a part owner of the said vessell.
And hee the better knoweth the summe and each owners proportion
having nowe seene the said account, and his hand thereto, And otherwise
hee cannot depose saving that mr Rodberd his precontest was and
is alsoe a part owner.
Repeated with his precontest before
Richard Batson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]