HCA 13/65 f.40v Annotate
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dad was in the full absolute and quiet possession thereof
All which he knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent was present at
dunquirke when the said dad soe bought the said ship the Adventure and
from thence came home in her to Plymouth together with the said producent
And further hee cannot depose.
To the second Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said ship the
Adventure in or about the moneth of Aprill 1643 being comeing home
from Cadiz and Saint Lucar for London was taken at Sea by an Irish Man
or warre who caryed her to Waxford in Ireland, at which tyme the said
ship was laden with Sugars and oyles And with that after such the
seizure of the said shipp shee was by the takers thereof sold to some Irish
Merchants who sett her forth againe from Waxford for Cadiz laden with
Butter Tallow hides beefe pipe staves and Salmon but the said
ship in her said voyage being mett with off the Southward Cape
by the interrogated William Ashley shee was with her said ladeing by
him taken and carryed to Leghorne where the same was by him sold
and disposed of as his owne goods The premisses hee deposeth because hee
this deponent being a Quarter master of and in the Raynboe was in the said
ship at Sea nere the ship the Adventure when the said Ashley seized
her and mett him att Sea and sawe her in his possession, and the next
yeare after this deponent goeing to Leghorne hee did there see the said ship
the Adventure in the possession of such persons as the said Ashley had sold
her unto And further hee cannot depose, saveing that this deponent
sawe the said ship at Waxford ymediatly after shee was seized
by the said Irishe man of warre and before shee was sett out from
thence for Saint Lucar.
To the third Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said ship the Adven=
ture soe seized by the said Irishe man of warre and retaken by the said
Ashley was and is the very same ship which did belong unto the said dad
and which hee soe as aforesaid bought at dunquirke And soe much hee
saith was comonly said and reported by and amongst severall persons at Leghorne
who very well knew her And saith that hee this deponent met the said Ashley
with the said shipp off Carthagina and spoke with him and was abord him and
then the said Ashley gave Captaine [?Crawder] the comander of the said ship the
Raynebowe in which this deponent then was fower Salmon and a Cable out of the said
ship the Adventure, which hee then know to bee the said producents shipp
by her [XXdd] Galleryes and her s[?nooke]head and by many other signes
and tokens which this deponent had taken notice of in his former knowledge of her
which hee saith was by the space of neare Twenty yeares before she
was by the said dad soe bought at dunquirke. And further hee cannot
To the fowerth Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith hee hath knowne the interrogated William Ashley by [?the GUTTER]
space of about 12 yeares and before hee was commander of the Sampson And [?sayth GUTTER]
hee neither oweth the producent any thing nor is hee indebted unto this deponent and
hee favoureth both parties alike and that hee hath noe share or interest
in the said ship the Adventure nor shall hee as hee saith either get or loose one
penny by this busines whichsoever of the parties litigant prevaile. And
otherwise hee answereth negatively.
To the third Interrogatorie hee saith that the last tyme that this deponent sawe the said
ship the Adventure was at the Arches in Turkie, and saith she was of about
the Burthen of 150 Tonns And otherwise refereth himselfe to his
foregoeing deposition where hee hath given full satisfaction to this Interrogatorie
To the last Interrogatorie hee saith hee hath not soe deposed to the [XXX ?Interrogatorie GUTTER]
Repeated before doctor Clarke att the behalfe of the foresaid producent.
the marke of
Robert M Grinne [MARKE, RH SIDE]