HCA 13/63 f.177r Annoatte

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21st Maij 1650./.

Super allegacone pred examinat./


Henricus Evans de Shadwell parochia de
Stepney in Comitatus Middlesex Nauta aetatis sua 31
annorum aut eo circiter testis productus
et iuratus.

Ad primum et 2um arlos dicta allegacone deponit et dicit That
hee this deponent well knoweth the shipp the Peter Bonad=
venture arlate and was one of her Comnpany videlicet Boatswaine
of her dureing all the tearme of the voyage in question which
hee saith begane about the Middle of Aprill last was a twelve
moneth, dureing which the arlate Richard Whittall John Birchett
(and Peter Lunt soe long as hee lived), were and are accompted
the true and lawfull owners and proprietors of the said ship
together with her Tackkle apparell and furniture. Et alterius
depont that within the tyme arlate the said Birchett Whittall
and Lunt did lett the said ship the Peter Boanadventure to
ffreight unto the arlate William Bowyer John Harris and Companie for
the voyage arlate and did promise contract and agree to and with
the said Harris and Companie that the said ship at the tyme of
her setting out should bee a firme tight and stanch shipp and
furnished with all necessaryes for such a voyage, and that shee
ws of the Burthen of 210. Tonns as is arlate All which this
deponent knoweth to be true hee haveing seene the Charter partie
made by and betwixt the Parties aforesaid for the said Voyage
whereby it is manifest that the said Birchett Whittall
and Lunt did promise and Covenant as in all things is predeposed
Et alr salvis infra scripta nescit deponere.

Ad 3um deponit et dict that whilst the said ship the
Peter Bonadventure ws and remained in this Port of London
and before she proceeded on upon the voyage in question the said Harris
and Company did lade and put aboprd the said ship diverse goods
and merchandizes together with about 190. Passengers which with the
arlate Peter Lunt (Mr Cole Master of the said ship being sicke)
was to have sailed to Antego, but hee saith the said Lunt
did neglect and refuse to doe the same for many daies together albeit
the wind was faire, and that hee was earnestly desired soe to doe
by the Merchant ffreighters theire Agent abord the same reddens
racionem scientiae so hee this deponent being abord the said shippe
all the voyage in question and when the said Lunt refused to make saile
as is predeposed. Et alr nescit deponere.