HCA 13/65 f.100r Annotate
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To the second article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that in or
about the moneth of July last and ere the building of the said vessell was
finished shee was freighted or hired by the arlate Rocas P[XXXXX]
a dutch merchant living in Rotterdam to put thence for Bourdeaux and
there to take in his the said Par[XXX]s sonnr who was there and was thence
to goe factor or supra Cargo in the said shipp which was to goe from Bourdeaux
to Barbary and thence to Cadiz in Spaine on a trading voyage, And
saith that the said Rocas P[XXXXX] after such his freighting of the said
shipp did lade aboard her for his owne accompt the number and quantity
of one hundred barrells of powder and one small pack of thread,
and a small pack of stuffs or linnen cloth to be sold and disposed
of in the said voyage by his factors in Barbary or Spaine to and for his
best advantage, all which hee knoweth hee this
deponent being master of the said vessell and in the name of himselfe
and the rest of his owners, letting the said shipp to freight to the said P[XXXX]
and seeing the said goods laden, and signing bills of lading for the same. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that the said
shipp sett saile with the said powder and other goods from Rotterdam on the
said voyage on or about the 11th day of August last past (newe stile)
and about tenn dayes after such her departure shee was in her course for
Bourdeaux to the westward of Plimouth met with and taken by the arlate
Captaine Ledg[?ent] in the shipp the [XXXX]damms arlate, which hee knoweth
because hee this deponent was then aboard his said shipp the Rat van [?Adventure],
and saith that hee this deponent presently without any resistance suffered
his said shipp to be visited, and being demanded wherewith hee was laden
hee gave the said Captaine and company a particular relation of his goods
aboard and of his voyage whither hee was bound and upon what designe
telling them withall that besides the fore said goods laden by his merchant
hee had aboard two and twenty halfe barrells of small shott for the use and store
of his said shipp, And further saith that the said 100 barrells of powder
were stored in the hold of the said shipp with a few deales thereupon, and where merchants
goods are to be stowed, and noe wayes obscured nor endeavoured by this
deponent or any of his company to be concealed, howbeit the said Captaine
Ledge[X]t carried the said shipp the Ratt van A[?venture] being of the
burthen of 1[?8]0 tonnes or thereabouts together with her goods into Plimouth
on or about the 22th of August last newe stile which hee knoweth
being brought in thither in the said man of warr in her company, and
saith shee is there still deteyned to the greate damage of her owners and
freighter aforesaid, and otherwise hee cannot depose, saving the said
shipp is mounted with tenn gunns and hath 15 men belonging unto her.
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition was and is true.
To the crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee is a part owner of the said shipp the Rat
van A[?v]enture, and with the order and assistance of his said partners
the rest of the owners caused the said shipp to be built at Rotterdam at
the proper costs of the said owners and this deponent paid the moneys
for the same, each of the other of the owners supplying his share to
this examinate, And otherwise hee cannot answer saving his foregoeing deposition
and saving that this is her first voyage.
To the second hee saith that the foresaid Claus Claeson, Abraham
Paulson, Paul P[XX]ckson and this deponent together with Lambert Johnson
Bastian Bardorl, Cornelius hase, Tunnis Jaco[?X]sy Captaine [XX]
R[XXX], Cornelius [XXXX], Lieve Simondson and derrick Corneli[?son]
HCA 13/65 f.100r