HCA 13/68 f.17r Annotate
|← Previous Page |
|Uploaded image; transcribed on 07/07/2015|
|Edited on 07/07/2015 by Colin Greenstreet|
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 13/68 f.17r.
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:
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.
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.
- 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>
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
To the tenth he saith he cannot answer to this Interrogatory eyther
affirmatively or negatively as this thereby required, for that he is
wholly ignorant what the common opinion of mariners is in the case
putt and suggested in this Interrogatory. and saith he never heard that
case argued amongst Seamen and knoweth it is not the case or matter
of fact now in question.
To the eleventh he saith he was aboard the Golden Starr after she came
into the Hope and not before, and tooke out of her a small whipsaw of
the value of 2 s or thereabouts and nothing else. and saith severall
of the Companies of the Waterhound and Advantage were aboard the
Golden Starr before she came into the River and afterwards, and he doth
beleive that severall things were by then taken out of her but by
whom in particular, what things in particular, or to what value he saith
he cannot depose. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the twelfth he saith it is usuall for any shipp att sea being haled by
another shipp who weares false colours and thereby gives suspition of being
an enemy or pirat to stand upon the defensive guard. but the sayd shipp
Advantage did not weare any false colour when she haled the Golden Starr
as aforesayd but the English colours onely.
To the thirteenth he saith if the sayd shipp Morning Starr prove prize he
expecteth a share as Carpenters mate of the Advantage frigot according
to the Lawes and provisions made in that behalfe, and not otherwise. and
further he cannot depose.
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin)
and Doctor Clarke}
the marke of
George C Moulin [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The seventeenth day of October 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the sayd allegation
William Taylor of Nightingale Lane in London
Mariner one of the Company of the Advantage frigot
aged one and twenty yeares or thereabouts a witnes
sworne and examined deposeth and saith as followeth
To the first second third and fourth article of the sayd allegation this deponent
saith that the arlate shipp the Advantage Captaine Mills Commander and
the Waterhound Gyles Shelley Captaine in the month of ffebruary 1652
about 3 or 4 days after Portland fight did take and surprize a certayne
shipp called the Morning Starr having a golden starr in her sterne
being the shipp Golden Starr arlate, upon the English Coast off of Beachy
about four leagues from the English shoare, And saith the Advantage
and Waterhound were att that tyme in the immediat service of this Commonwealth
and the Golden Starr did then steere her direct course for Holland and
that at that tyme for many monethes before there was publique [?XXXXXXX] betweene this Commonwealth
and the States of the United Provinces, and beleiveth the same was well
William Taylor of Nightingale Lane in London, Mariner one of the Company of the Advantage frigot, aged one and twenty yeares or thereabouts
Captaine Mills, commander of the Advantage
Golden Starr or Morning Starr