HCA 13/65 f.78r Annotate
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the Councell of State arlate and to the Registrie of this court
And otherwise hee cannot depose saveing that of his this deponents knowledge
the sais Thomas Awres did by vertue of the said order and a Comission
under the great Seale of this Court (which this deponent hath seene and heard
read over) sett out and imploy the shipp the Harry of London
arlate to and for the purpose and effect arlate which hee knoweth because
hee this Examinate was and still is one of the Masters mates of the said
ship in this voyage and imployment. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the second article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That in or
about the moneth of July last past the said ship the Harry was
and remained in the harbor of Nor Berghen in Norway and dureing such her
abode there hee saith the ship the Arke of Noah arlate was then at that
place takeing and receaveing on bord her the horses or Mares which [XX XXXX XXX] the
Harry afterwards tooke in her which said Horses as the generall rumor and
report was then ashore at Nor Berghen and as the merchants who laded them there
did acknowledge and confesse unto this deponent and unto his contests
Jerome Miller and Thomas Hall and others of the Harryes Company[?a]
in a Scotch house upon the 26th day of July last) were from thence to bee transported in the said
ship unto Aberdeene or dundee in Scotland for the use of the King of
Scotts who then was in Actuall Armes against the Parliament of England. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third and fourth articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
That ymediatly after such tyme as the said producent Thomas Awres
had seized and surprized the ship the Arke of Noah arlate abd
Horses abord her (which was upon the 28th day of July last.) the said
Merchant who laded the said horses abord her at Nor-Berghen
being abord the Harry did then and there proffer the said Awres
a hundred dollars to convay him with the said horses to Dundee
or Aberdeene aforesaid in Scotalnd to wither of which ports or places hee
then said hee was bound to discharge his said Horses to and for the use
of the King of Scotland, The said Merchant thinking the said
ship the Harry to bee a Scotts man of warre because that when she rode
at the Harbour at Nor=Berghen she had and wore the King of Scotts co[X]llours)
And saith that at the tyme of the seizure of the said ship the Arke of Noah
shee was in her direct course for Scotland and quite out of her
way for Hollsten which hee knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent
was masters mate abord the Harry when she seized the said ship the
Arke of Noah. and was present in the producents Cabbin when the said
Merchant voluntarily said and acknowledged hee was bound for Scottland and did
allsoe heare the skipper and diverse others of the said ships company then and there say and acknowledge
as much. And further hee cannot depose saveing that at such tyme
as the said ship the Arke of Noah was seized the said Townes of dundee
and Aberdeene were generally reputed to bee in Actuall Armes against the
Parliament of England.
To the 5th and 6th articles. hee saith and deposeth That at such tyme as
the said Thomas Awres soe seized and tooke the said ship the Arke of Noah
hee did in this deponents presence and hearing demand of the Marchant and
Skipper of the said shippe where there cocquetts and bills of ladeing
were whereunto thay replyed that thay had none and that thay