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On the behalfe of Hugh Riley and)
comp: touching the ffortune
The 11th of May 1654
Alexander Covell of Portsmouth Barber, aged 25 yeares
or thereabouts sworne in Court the say above said before the
right hono:ll William Clarke and John Godolphin doctors of
lawes Judges of the high court of the Admiralty saith and
deposeth by reason of his oath
Tha the shipp the ffortune of CaXXXXn was mett with and seized at
sea to the Northward about ?Christmas last by
Captaine John Dudley commander of the Mary, w:ch hee knoweth
being one of his companie and present and ?seeing the said seizure
of y.e ffortune, w:ch was laden with malt and barley, and XXXX by the
XXXX XXXXX and company brought XX into the River of Thames
The marke of Alexander Coverll [His mark]
Case: Clayme of Mannuel Leis Carnero: Deposition: Juan Thomas Milati, of Cadiz, merchant
The Clayme of Mannuel Leis Carnero
for his goods in the shipps the ?Tagus
Kings and John de Grace
The eighteeneth day of May. 1654
Examined upon the sayd allegation.
Juan Thomas Milati[[FootNote(Juan Thomas Milute of Cadiz, merchant, aged 23, was also deposed on June 3rd, 1654, in a different case. See P1090827)]] of Cadiz in Spayn
merchant aged 23 yeares or thereabouts a
witness sworne and examined deposeth and saith
as followeth videlicet
To the first and secon articles of the said allegation and two schedules here
mentioned and hereto annexed This deponent saith That coming
in August 1653 last past as a passenger from Cadiz in Spaine to Saint
Malloe ffrance in a certaine shipp named the S:t Vincent hee