HCA 13/69 Silver 7 f.7r Annotate
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The first day of September 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
The Clayme of James Lordell English}
man for one barr of sylver et cetera}
Examined upon an Allegation on the
behalfe of the sayd James Lordell
Thomas Barker of Saint Nicholas
lane London Cloth worker aged five and
thirty yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne
and examined deposeth and saith as followeth
To the first Article of the sayd Allegation This deponent saith he very
well knoweth th aarlate James Lordell and so hath done for theis twelve yeares
and upwards for and during all which tyme of the knowledge
of this deponent he hath traded and still doth trade to Cadiz and Saint
Lucar in Spaine for sylver and other goods, and siath he is an
English a (sic) man, a merchant Inhabitant of London and a subject
of this Commonwealth and so accounted, And saith that within theis
two yeares now past he hath sent severall parcells of merchandizes
of good value to Saint Lucar and Cadiz for his owne Accompt to be
there disposed of by his factors and by them returnes thereof to be
made by the way of fflanders; the premisses this deponent knoweth
to be true for that he hath assisted him for theis twelve yeares now
past in the doeing of his busines in his way of merchandizing and
within theis two yeares he saw the letters of advise which he sent to his
factors in Spaine ordering them to maake him returnes of his goods
then sent by the way of fflanders, and hath since that tyme seen
the answers returned out of Spaine to the sayd letters intimating that
his order was observed there and that accordingly a barr of sylver
marked as in the margent was by the writer of the sayd advise laden and putt aboard the shipp the
John Evangelist arlate for his the sayd James Lordell and sent consigned for
fflanders. And further he cannot depose.