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Edmond [?Bughley,] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


deceimo Octavo May 1650.

Quested con [?Loudon].}

Super allgeacone predne examinatus.



Thomas Hazlewood de Wapping in Comitatu Middlesex Nauta, aetatis 42 annorum
aut eo circiter testis productus et juratus.

Ad secundum tertium et 4 arlos dicte allegaconis deponit dicit that this deponent
being a master trading to Newcastle for coales and having soe done constantly for these
16 yeares last past or thereabouts well knoweth that in the yeare 1641
and before and untill such time as Newcastle came into the possession and under
the power of the forces of the late kinge, hee this deponent often sawe the
shipp the London merchant there unpon the imployment of fetching coals
thence, and saith the said towne of Newcastle came into the possession
of the said late kinge and of his partie in the yeare 1642 or thereabouts
(and as hee remembreth about the beginning of the said yeere) and continued
under that power and possession for the space of trhee yeeres or thereabouts,
and that shortly after the taking and possessing of the said towne by the said
power of the kinge, a declaracion sett out and published by authoritie
of Parliament that all such shipps and vessells as should goe to Newcastle
or trade there should be seized and taken as lawfull prize or to that
effect, which hee knoweth being forced to surcease his said trade and
voyages thither by meanes thereof for three yeares space together or thereabouts
and having lately seene and perused the said declaracon in print, having
the same in his custodie. Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 6 arlum deponit that diverse shipps which used constantly to trade to Newcastle
before the said towne was brought under the obedience of the kinge as aforesaid
and belonged to London, Ipswich, Harwich and other places, loyall to the Parliament
were by their owners being well affacted to the Parliament laid up and not imployed
on any voyage or voyages to Newcastle for all the said time that the same was soe
in their hands of the kinge and his partie, and especially from the time of
setting out and publishing the said declaration, until the same was
returned to the obedience of the Parliament of this deponents sight
and knowledge, reddens raconem scientia sua [?XXXX]. Et alr nescit.

Super reliquuis annex examinatur ex fireccone producent.

Ad Interria

Ad drum Interria rendet negative et nescit

Thomas hasellwood [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]