HCA 13/65 f.79r Annotate
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On the same day Examined
Jeremie Miller of the parishe of Saint Buttolphe [XXXX]
London Marriner aged 30 yeares or thereabouts sworne and Examined
To the first article of the said Allegation hee referreth himselfe to the [?order] of the right
honorable the Councell of State and to the Registrie of this Court arlate And further hee
cannot depose save only that of the deponents knowledge the producent Thomas
Awres and company did sett forth the ship the Harry arlate upon this her last voyage and
designe to Nor Berghen. In which this deponent was one of the Quarter masters of the said
shippe. And other wise hee cannot depose
To the second article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth That dureing such tyme as
the producent Thomas Awres was and remayned with the ship the Harry arlate in the
Port of Nor=Berghen in Norway which was in the moneth of July last past
the ship the Arke of Noah arlate was then in that harbor allsoe
takeing and receaveing in the horses or mares abord her which by the said
producent and company were afterwards taken in her And saith that upon
the six and twentieth day of the said moneth of July this deponent together with
his precontest and Contest William [?Carrell] and others of the said ship the Harryes
Companye being a shore in the Towne of Nor Berghen at a drinking house kept
there by a Scotchman hee and they did then and there heare the arlate Andrew Hayer
[?Merchantr] of the said ship the Arke of Noah say and affirme that hee had laden the
said horses abord the said ship for the use of the King of Scotland and that
the same were to be transported in the said shippe from thence to Abderdeene
or Dundee in Scotland which Townes were then in Actualle Armes and Hostilitye against
the Parliament of England. The said Merchant then apprehending and supposeing the said
ship theHarry to bee a Scotts Man of warre because shee had and wore the King
of Scotts Colours whilest shee remained in that Harbor And [?soe]
[XXX] hee saith was allsoe reportedby others who dwelt in the said Towne of Nor berghen
which had advise to what port the said ship the Arke of Noah was bound with the said Horses
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the third and fourth articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth that at such tyme
as the said shippe the Arke of Noah was seized and surprized by the Harry which was
upon [XXXXth] day of July last past The said Andrew Hay[?or] still supposeing
the Harry to bee one of the King of Scotts men of Warre at such tyme as hee came
abord her hee did and [XXXX XXXX and XXXXing] againe saye and affirme that the said ship was bound to
discharge the said horses abord her at Dundee or Abderde[?e]ne in Scotland for
the use of the King of Scotland and did then and there proffer to give the
said Thomas Awres a hundred dollers to convoy him to either of the said places
And saith that at the said tyme of the seizure of the said ship the Arke of Noah
she was in her direct Course for Scotland and quite out of the way for Holsten which hee
knoweth because that at the said tyme the winde blewe att [XXX XXXXX] and the
said ship sailed west nor-west when as if she she had bin bound for Holsten her
direct course was South or by South=South East. this deponent well knoweing th[?o]se
parts and coasts. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 5 and 6th articles hee saith and deposeth That ymediatly after the seizure and
Surprizall of the said ship the Arke of Noah and the horses abord her The producent
Thomas Awres did in this deponents presence and heareing demand of the said
Andrew H[?ayar] the [XXXX] and the Skipper of the said ship where theire cocquetts
and papers were for the said lading to whom they againe replyed that they had
none, nor did they [?neede] any, [XX] said [XXXX] Adding further that hee had the klast
S[?u]mmer made two severall voyages before this with horses for the Kinge of Scotts over
to Scotland and that hee had noe papers cocquetts or bills of loading abord
in either of the said voyages. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 7 and 8th hee saith hee cannot depose
To the [?9th] hee saith that what hee hath predeposed is true.