HCA 13/65 f.108v Annotate
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On the same day Examined on the said Allegation,/
Thomas Pickett of Poole in the County of dorsett
Marriner aged 33 or thereabouts sworne and Examined deposeth
To the first article hee saith that for and dureing all the time arlate
the said George Scutt the elder George Scutt and Company were and att
this present ought to bee the true and lawfull owners and proprietors
of the Shipp the Jane and Elizabeth arlate and of her tackle apparell
and furniture, And so repured taken and generally knowne which hee deposeth
for that hee this deponent was one of the said shipps Company for all
the time aforesaid, and ffor tenn yeares last past att the least And further
hee cannot depose.
To the second article hee saith and deposeth that within the time arlate [?that GUTTER]
the said George Scutt the elder George Scutt and Company did sett out
and imploy the said shipp the Jane and Elizabeth from the Port of Poole
arlate on a fishing voyage to Newfound land and so to returne againe
for England And hee saith that the said shipp did safely arrive att
Newfound land, and there tooke in her lading of ffish and oyle for the [?Account GUTTER]
of the said George Scutt the elder George Scutt and Company aforesaid which hee
knoweth for that hee went out in the said shipp the said voyage and was one
of the Company of her as aforesaid And further hee cannot depose./
To the third hee saith and deposeth that after such time as the shipp the
Jane and Elizabeth had received and taken in the said lading of ffish
and oyle att Newfound land as aforesaid she did sett saile there with and
was bound for Poole But in her passage thither, he saith the said shipp
and her lading was mett with, nere about Michaelmas last within
the time arlate, by a Jersey man of warr, and she and her lading
surprized taken and Carried into Jersey where they doe nowe
remaine, which hee knoweth for that hee was then taken out of the
said shipp and sett on shore in Portland, And further referring
himselfe to his depositions hereafter expressed hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the 4th and 5th articles of the said allegation hee saith that att such time
as the said shipp the Jane and Elizabeth did depart and sett saile from
Poole to Newfound land and att such time as shee was surprized and
taken and carried into Jersey the arlate Roger Baker was Master and
Comander thereof, and had the care and chardge of her And as
Master and Comander thereof as aforesaid (and for many yeares before
hee was soe accompted reputed and taken, And further this deponent saith
that the said Baker is nowe att Jersey, and hath certified from
thence unto the said George Scutt the Elder George Scutt and Company
and divers others by letters and otherwise that the said shipp the Jane
and her lading so by them lost and carried into Jersey as aforesaid
is there now remaineing, which is so publiquely spoaken (and made knowne
to bee) att Poole and other places, Which hee knoweth for that divers
Marriners of Poole who lately transported souldiers in a man of warr
to Jersey have (upon theire returne from Jersey to Poole) tould this deponent
and others that they spo[?a]ke with the said Baker in Jersey, and hee tould them
that the said shipp and lading were in Jersey, for hee had often seene her
but could not come att her And otherwise referring himself to his
foresaid depositions hee saith hee cannot depose.
Repeated with his contest before
The marke of
Thomas [X] Pickett [MARKE, RH SIDE]