HCA 13/65 f.97r Annotate

From MarineLives
Jump to: navigation, search

Expand this area to see details of page purpose, how to register, how to add footnotes, and useful links.


This page is for the annotation of HCA 13/65 f.97r.

Annotations can be viewed by everyone on a read-only basis.

For more information on MarineLives and the MarineLives Annotation Project read our Shipping News blog entries:

Annotating Marine Lives, May 1st 2013
Adding value to primary documents, May 8th 2013
Witnesses in Court, 1657-1658 (May 9th, 2013)

Registration to annotate documents

Registration is required to contribute annotations to this page and to other pages in the wiki.

You can register using the following Form, and we will issue you with a UserName and Password for the wiki.

Text formatting

The MarineLives transcription platform is built on MediaWiki, which uses wiki markup to format text. For a guide showing how to produce italics, bold, escaped text and headings, see the MediaWiki page on formatting; there are also guides for internal and external links, image embedding, tables, and more on lists.

Adding footnotes

  • Go into edit mode
  • Insert immediately after the sentence or phrase you wish to annotate the following macro:<ref>This is the footnote text</ref>
  • Replace 'This is the footnote text' with the footnote you wish to add, using the format: first name, surname, title, (place of publication, date of publication), page or folio number
  • Save the page

For more information and advanced formatting, including how to add and format links within the footnote, see the Wikipedia help on footnotes. This uses the same markup formatting.

Example footnote template:

  • ''HCA 13/XX f.XXXX Case: XXXX; Deposition: XXXX; Date: XXXX. Transcribed by XXXX''<ref>[http://XXXXX Electronic link to a digital source]</ref>

Suggested links

Annotate HCA 13/64 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/65 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/68 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/69 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/70 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/71 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/72 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/73 Volume Page
Annotate HCA 13/74 Volume Page
Marine Lives Tools





18. September 1651.

John Marston against the ship the B[?rack]}
Budd. Smith. Suckley.}

Examined upon an allegation made by mr Suckley in the
acts of Court the 11th of the said moneth.

Suckley} d.t


Peter van Salingen of Amsterdam in holland Captaine of
the said shipp the [?Brack], aged 24 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.

To the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that the said shipp the Brack was
and is a man of Warr in service of and belonging unto the Chamber or Colladge of
the Admiralti[?a] of holland established at Amsterdam by authoritie[?a] of the
Lords the States Generall of the United Netherland provinces, And saith that
hee this deponent comming Convoy with the said shipp of certaine Marchant
men from Amsterdam, arrived here in the river of Thames and came
to an anchor a little belowe Gravesend on or about the 27th day of August
olde stil[?a] being wednesday, whereof my Lord Embassadour Scha[?ep] having
intelligence, hee wrote and sent unto this deponent a letter aboard the said
shipp taking notice of this deponents said arrivall and commanded him with
all hast to come up to London and speake with him, in regard (as hee wrote)
hee understood that this deponent was sp[?a]edily to retourne, which letter came
to this deponents hands aboard the said shipp on satturday next following in
the morning about breake of the say, whereupon this deponent with all
speed hasted to London and came that day before noone to the said Lord
Embassadour to his house neare Charing crosse, and forth with comming to his
presence, the said Lord Schaep spake unto him to this effect, Captaine
I understand that you are sp[?a]edily to retourne for holland, I and my wife
will goe with you which is the cause of my sending for you, and for my sonne
I shall leave him here, and therewithall hee asked this deponent when hee
thought hee should goe downe to his shipp and sett saile, and this deponent
answering him that hee was determined to goe downe and make ready on the
monday next following at the furthest, the said Lord Embassadour tould this
deponent that hee would against that time be ready to goe with him and
in the meane time would write unto him when hee would come downe
to him that this deponent might be readie to receive him, and after some
other discourse to the same purpose this deponent tooke his leave of him,
and went into London and comming in the evening to the Glove in
ffanchurch Streete where hee is accustomed to lodge, hee found his
Lieutenant there, whereat marveiling, hee saked his said Lieutenant
what hee made there, who answered and told him that the said shipp
was arrested by mr Marston and that hee was come up to acquaint
this examinate therewith, And further hee saith that by meanes of
the said arrest the said Lord Embassadour, who was a publique minister
of State of holland, was disappointed of his said passage in the
said shipp, and constrained to goe for Zealand in the shipp of one Block
which passage is about and inconvenient for an Embassadour bound hence
for holland, and saith withall that there were seaventie
mariners belonging to the said shipp wh[?o] lay all upon victualls and
wages at the chardges of the said Chamber or Colladge aforesaid and
unimployed by meanes of the said arrest, besides hee saith that there were
two English and a dutch shipp which lay readie and staid to be conveyed by the said
shipp the Brock for the coast of holland, of which Convoy they were by
the said arrest deprived to the greate dammadge of the marchants and
others therein concerned, And otherwise hee cannot as hee sait depose,

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]


To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that hee hath well knowne the said shipp
the Brack ever since her building which was about a yeare and a quarter
since, and saith that since her said building shee hath bin for the most part[?e]
imployed as a Conveyer of dutch and others Merchants shipps betwixt Amsterdam and
this port of London and yarmouth and came last over from holland in that imployment and
not otherwise, saving hee saith hee hath sometimes conveyed only English
shipps betwixt th[?o]se places, without having any dutch shipps company