HCA 13/65 f.54r Annotate
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did then lodge and dyet in the presence and sight of this deponent
And further hee cannot depose.
To the fourth article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That after the
said producents Cogia Jacomo and Cogia Kamar had soe laden the said goods
schedulated mentioned in the said two schedules abord the said shipp the Saint Martyn
the said ship did depart therewith from Smyrna directly for Leghorne And the
said producents themselves did then allsoe goe along with theire said goods in the
said shi[ to looke unto them and with them tooke the said bills of loading allso
And saith that the said ship as shee was in her said Course from Smyrna
for Leghorne off the Ile of Corsica about 146 dayes since was mett withall
surprized and taken by a Squadron of Ships which were in the ymediate service
of the Parliament of England under the Comand of Captaine Hall and others att which
tyme the said producents had the said bills of loading and goods therein mentioned in theire owne custodie
and possession All which hee knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent
did come from Smyrna in the said ship the Saint Martin together with the said producents
and sawe the said seizure made of the said ship and did allsoe then see the said
parties have the said bills of lading in theire possession, which at that tyme they
put into theire sandalls or shoes and being afterwards turned ashore upon an
Iland neere Trapany they brought them hither with them, this deponent allsoe
comeing along in theire Companye. And further hee cannot depose
To the 5th article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That the said
Cogia Jacomo is a Merchant descended from Armenia but living in Spahan
in Persia and the said Cogia Kamar hee saith is of Bursia which is a Cittie
under the dominions of the Turkishe Emperoure but [XXXXXX XXXXX] ?likewise] and both of them hee saith have
and doe usually trade [?at] other parts where they [?live] to Smyrna and from thence to
Leghorne where they have f[XXX] corrispondency and Commerce with diverse
Englishe Merchants all [XX] which hee knoweth because hee hath knowne both
the said parties producent for diverse yeares last past together and hath
knowne and used the same trade with them into and from the parts predeposed
And further saith that the said Jacomo is a subiect of the King of Persia and
the said Kamar of the Turkish Emperour betwixt both which XXXXX] and this
Commonwealth by comon and generall repute there is and at the tyme of the
seizure of the said ship was peace, and Amitye, and a comon trade and
Commerces of this deponents knowledge. And farther hee cannot depose.
To the last article hee saith that what hee hath predeposed is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that hee this deponent came first aboard
the said ship the Saint Martin at Smyrna and was only a Merchant abord
her in this her late voyage in which shee was seized; Touching further
answere to this Interrogatorie hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
in which hee hath given full satisfaction hereunto And further cannot depose
To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that hee hath knowne the said Cogia Jacomo
by the space of theise 25 yeares and even from his infancye and the said
Cogia Kamar by the space of theise 8 yeares or thereabouts. And saith
that hee this deponent is a Persian by Birth and was borne in Spaham aforesaid
where the said Jacomo was also borne And the said Kumar hee saith liveth
in the Citty of Bowrsea aforesaid and is a subiect to the Turkish
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