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Nono, May 1650./
Reymond con Bourne}
Super allegationed paed examinatus.
Gilbertus Lilley de Ipswich in Comitatu Naupegus
aetatis sua 35. annorum aut eo circiter testis productus et
juratus. deponit ut sequitur. videlicet.
Ad primum et 2dum arles dicta allegaconis deponit et dicit that within the
tyme arlate the shippe the Eagle (whereof George Rymond was and is master and
part owner) was and remained at the Harbor or in the River of Nancy [?Mum]
in Virginia. And saith that then and there there was laden and put abord
teh said ship the Eagle for the Accompt of the arlate Robert Bourne John
Boswell William Painter and most of the rest of the parties in this article mentioned amongst
others diverse parcells of Tobaccoes to bee transported in the said shippe
to this Port of London and heare to bee delyvered to the said parties or
their assignes, which hee knoweth hee this deponent being one of the said
shippes Companie and was Carpenter abord her from her goeing out upon
the said voyage untill her Returne againe and seeing the said Tobaccoe soe
laden abord the said ship as is predeposed. Et alr salvis infrascripts nescit deponit.
Ad 3um et 4um deponit et dicit that after such tyme as the said Tobaccoes were
put and brought on board the said ship the Eagle att Virginia, they were as this
deponent saith very well and carefully stowed soe as they neither did
nor could receave any damage by or through the stowage thereof. And
saith that upon or about the 23th day of ffebruary arlate the said ship
the Eagle sett saile and departed from Nancy Mum with the said Tobaccoes
intending with Gods leave to bring the same to this Port of London which hee
knoweth hee this deponent seeing the said Tobaccoes when they were brought
abord the said ship in Casks to bee stowed And likewise being at the dischargeing
of the same. Et alr nescit deponere
Ad 5. et 6um deponit et dicit that in the said ship the Eagles Course from
Virginia towards this Port of London with the said Tobaccoes amongst
others abord her upon or about the tyme arlate about 150
leagues from Virginia shee met with an extraordinarie and
violent storme and tempest insomuch that thereby the said shippe
and ladeing abord her was in great danger and hazard of being utterly cast away and lost
in the Seas. And saith that through the violence thereof the Seas broke
upon the Great Cabbin windowes of the said ship the Eagle and soe
made their passage into the same. Et ulterius deponit that upon or
about the 29th day of the said Moneth of March as the said ship was
still persueing her intended voyage for this Port and still haveing the said lading
of Tobaccoes abord her neere unto the Island of Scilley (as the Master and
Companie abord the said shipp guessed). the said ship did againe meet with
another violent storme which raged soe high and was soe boysterous that
for the preservation of the said ship and her ladeing together with the lives of
the Companie abord her, they were forced to beare an extraordinarye
presse saile, which if they had not soe done the said ship haee is confident
would have bin forced out of the Channell and soe had bin driven upon the
said Island of Scilley or some other place where without doubt shee had and
would have bin utterly lost together with her ladeing abord her which hee knoweth
hee being abord the said ship the Eagle all the tyme predeposed and seeing the Storme
to be soe violent and the seas soe ruffe and boysterous as is predeposed. Et alr
Ad 7um deponit et dicit that by reason of the next foregoeing premisses the
said shipp the Eagle being forced to beare a presse saile as aforesaid
for the preservation of her and her ladeing shee did as hee saith hereby