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The nineth of May 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Touching the perishablenesse of}
teh goods landed out of the
John Stevens of the parish of Giles Cripplegate
London Mariner, and Ambrose pomeroy of the
parish of Olaves Southwarke Mariner, the said Stevens aged 43 and the said Pomeroy 32 yeares or
thereabouts say and depose as followeth.
That the wines and tobaccoes landed out of the Salvador Christian
Cloppenburgh master were delivered and landed in theirpresence and
that they tooke notice of the condition thereof and found
and knowe that they are perishable comodities, and the said goods
having laine longe aboard are in a perishing condition, which
they knowe being acquainted with the condition of such sort of
goods, And say that the sooner they are disposed of the better they
will be, and will growe worse and worse by longer lying.
John Stevens. [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Ambrose [?XXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 10th of May 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
The claime of Lewes Lambrecht and others}
for the ffortune of Neiuport and goods in}
the same taken by Captaine Golding.}
Joos de Vinck of Nieuport in fflanders
Mariner aged 45 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
"Peter Perkins against the vessell}
called the Cabbidge man o
which Cornelius Cason is Master}
and her Tackle et cetera and against the}
said Cason and all others et cetera}
Friday the ninth day of May
1656 before the [?same] Judge
et cetera Appeared the said Budd
for the said Cornelius Cason
and Company and made
himselfe partie for them and
alleadged that the said shippe
called the Cabbidge man did at the
time of the arrest in this behalfe made
and still doth belonge unto him and produced
for sureties Robert Gate of the parish
of Saint Dunstans in the East London Grocer
and Ambrose Pomeroy of the parish of Saint