HCA 13/65 f.41r Annotate
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30. July 1651.
The claime of Peter [XXXx] of}
fflushing for the shipp Winter kinge}
and goods taken by Captaine hurley}
Suckly [X X XXXX:]
Examined upon an allegation given in on the behalfe
of the said [XXXx].
Simon Cornelison of fflushing in Zealand Mariner
aged 45 yeares or thereabouts, sworne and examined.
To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that in and for
all the time arlat, videlicet for and during a yeares space last past and upwards
the producent Peter [?Velinx] (who was and is very well knowne unto him this
deponent) hath bin and is the sole owner and proprietor of the said shipp the
Winter kinge and of her tackle apparell and furniture, and for such commonly
accompted and reputed, and saith that hee the said [?velinx] is a dutchman borne
betweene whom and this Nation there was and is peace and amitie. All
which hee knoweth being himselfe an Inhabitant of fflushing where hee hath
knowne the said [?Veluix] to have dwelt from his youth. And otherwise
saving what followeth hee cannot depose.
To the second article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that within
the said time and more particularly in the moneth of June last past the said
Peter [?Veluix] by his factor Monsieur Basserada laded
the said shipp the Winter kinge with Rice and wheate at doulau in
Quinparley in Bretany, amounting to 30 lastes of Rice and wheate as hee hath
heard the quantitie estimated) to be thence carried and transported in the said
shipp for fflushing arlate for the proper accompt of him the said
Peter [?Veluix], which hee knoweth being steersman of the said vessell and seeing
the said corne soe laden, and besides the same hee saith there were two
tonnes of wheate laden by and for the masters and one tonne of wheate
for this deponent and the rest of the companys accompte, aboard the said shipp
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third article hee saith that the said shipp the Winter kinge within the time
arlate was and remained at Saint Mal[?a]s in ffrance, and while shee soe remained
there the skipper Cornelius Johnson vander Velde had and received a letter from
the said Peter [?Veluix] the producent ordering him the said skipper that hee
should not undertake any freight or lett out the said shipp to any person, but
should goe and lade Corne for the Accompt of the said [?Veluix] att such place only
as hee should be directed by the arlate Basserada and Coppens or the ffactors of the s[?aid]
[?Velux] who were then [?resident] at Nantes, unto whome hee saith hee did [XXXXX[ to the said
Master and gave order for the ladeing of the said shipp with corne, and that he should
come with the same for fflushing upon his the said [?Vellux] accompt which hee doth
depose for that he hath seene a letter to that purpose written to the said ffactors
from the said V[?elux] and otherwise hee cannot depose./
To the 4th article he saith and deposeth that within few dayes after the direction and
letters came to the hands of the said ffactors the said Master did take in and receive
the ladeing of Corne by the direction and order of the said Bas[X]erda and Coppins, and did
therewith saile with his said shipp from Saint Mallows to do[X]lau in Quin[X]arley aforesaid
and there safely arrived with ladeing hee saith was accordingly done by the
said Bass[XX]cada att dowla[?u] or by his Agents and shipped abord the said shipp to be [?caried GUTTER]
and transported to fflushing for the proper Accompt of the said [XXXlaix] And further
hee saith hee cannot depose./
To the 5th hee saith that the said Bassa[roda] and Coppins were and are dutchmen and
so are knowne and accompted and have usually and are ordinarily employed by the said
[XXleux] as his ffactors And otherwise he knoweth not/