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Hugo Noldes ad Interria 2nd Loco. [CENTRE HEADING]

Ad jum interria rendet That the Shipp the Benjamyn and Judith after her meeting
with the ffortune interrogate went onward in her voyage without putting into any
dock but sayeth that shee was soe damnified by the ffortunes falling fowle of her
and proved soe leaky thereby that the said shipps Company were enforced to keepe
continuall pumpeing allmost the whole voyage Et alr nescit.

Ad 2um Interria rendet That all the tyme interrogate the Benyamin and Judith was under
the ffortunes Lee and sayeth hee hath beene once on board the Shipp the ffortune interrogate
which hee sayeth is a farr bigger shipp of burthen then the Benjamin and Judith
Et alr refert se as predepoita nescit Saveing that the Benyamin and Judith is a shipp
of about 70 Tonnes

Ad 3um rendet negative per [?parte] [?aer] nescit

signum [MARKE] dicto Hagonis [MARKE, RH SIDE]


ium Aprilis 1650. Super Interria ex parte
Broughton ministrat

[?NegosuX] examinatonis testus in negotis}
assecuracone quoad navem verat}
the Rosebucke ex parte Broughton}


Henricus Fisher de Saint Mary Axe London
Nauta ubi mora fecit per 30 annos ult etap[?XXX] [?coram]
aetatis 48 annorum aut [?XXX] juratus et examinatus
deponit ut sequitur.

Ad primum secundsum 3 um et 4um arlos dicte allegatonis deponit et dicit That hee this deponent
went Quarter Master of the Shipp the Robucke in the Interrogatory mentioned whereof
William Hargrave within the yeare 1649 was master which shipp hee sayeth went from
London in ffebruary last was two yeares on her voyage for Lisbon in Portugall from
whence shee was to [?Marrincon] in Brasill where she tooke in parte of her Ladeinge of
Sugars and from thence went to Grand Perra in Brazill where about August last she
tooke in the remaynder of her ladeing of Sugars Tobaccos and Cotton woolls to a
greate valew wherein the producent Mr Broughton had a Considerable adventure
marked with his owne marke GB which goods hee sayeth were consigned
to be delivered in Lisbon afforesaid, in pursuance of which voyage the sayd Shipp in her
course towards Lisbon was surprized att Sea and taken by Prince Rupert his
ffleete and the said Ship and All the goods and ladeing aboard the same wherein the said
Mr Broughton had a greate share
were all seized and made Prize and the said Shipp and goods ransaked
and confiscated without any restitution And further sayeth That the said Broughton
beinge in person on board the said Shipp when shee was taken as afforesaid
was detayned Prizoner and his Cabbin ransacked and some books
of Accompt taken from him the premisses hee deposeth being on board when
the said Shipp the Roebucke was taken as afforesaid and being detayned Prizoner
amongest others of the said Shipps Company untill hee fownd opportunitie t make his
escape. Et alr nescit Saveing that the said Shipp was soe taken betweene the Rocks
of Lisbon and [?Cast] Cales in Portugall about the eighteeneth of November last and saveing that
he together as well as the rest lost all to speake of but what they
had on their backs.

Signum dicti Henricus
[MARKE] ffisher [MARKE, RH SIDE]/