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28th July 1645
Nicholas Corsellis of London merchante aged
45 yeares sworne before the Judge of his Majesties
Highe Courte of the Admiraltye and beinge
in the said Courte examined sayeth and
deposeth That as hee this examinate is informed by
Letters and otherwise the shippe called the Charitye
of Hamborough whereof Albert Mare was master
in her course or passage from Hamborough aforesayd
towards Burdeaux in ffrance laden with divers and
severall goods ware sna mercahndises in or
aboute the moneth of Januarye last past was by misfortune
some other accident runn a ground neere the Isle of Wight
and there since splitt and beaten almost to peeces but her
Master and all or most of her Company saved and there
was in that shippe at the tyme of the disaster aforesayd amongest divers other goodes as this examinate
is advised by Letters bills of ladinge [?procurrations] for and other writinges
sent unto him from John Shand of Amsterdam merchante
twelve barrells of singles and [?three]
narrells of double [?Lalten] plate and one barrell of [?shaven] [?Lalten]
marked with the first marke in the margente belonginge to the aforesayd John Shard