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The 16th of december 1654. [CENTRE HEADING]
Touching the leakinesse}
of the shipp the Patience and}
the costs therein}
ffrederick Hoverling of Euchusen in North holland Mariner
master of the said shipp the Patience aged 21 yeares or
thereabouts sworne as in the acts of Court saith and
deposeth as followeth, videlicet.
That the shipp the patience lieth in the shallowe water neere
Saint Catherines, that every lowe water shee lies aground, and thereby the
caskes wherein her alading of wines are, are at every lowe
tidesoe strained and forced together that they leake exceedingly, and
the shipp is much strained and damnified theerby, soe that shee is
likely to be very leakie, and that unlesse the said wines beforthwith
landed or taken out, they will be in greate danger to be quite
lost and spoiled, and the shipp to be very much damnified.
And soe leakie are the wines alreadie, that the pump runs almost
with cleare wine.
frederick hoveling [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 16th of december 1654. [CENTRE HEADING]
Justinian Wills and company, Imployers}
of the handmaid against the Saint Jaques.}
Examined upon an allegation given in on
the behalfe of the said Wills and
company on this day.
Rp. EA. j.
Charles Wills of ffoy in the County of Cornwall
Captaine of the shipp the handmayde aged twenty three yeares
or thereabouts a witnes sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet./
To the first 2 and 3 articles of the saud allegation and schedule in the third article mentioned hee saith that hee this deponent
was and is Captaine of the shipp Called the handmaide and soe hath bin for
neere about two yeares last past and during such his being Captaine of her
had a Commission under the seale of this Court to imploye the sayd shipp
upon a warlike designe against the shipps and goods of the ffrench Kinge
amd his subiects And saith that hee this deponent and his Company were at
Sea upon the sayd warlike imployement in the moneth of September last past
and being soe at se hee this deponent and Company with this sayd shipp the
handmayde did on or about the twentith day of the sayd Moneth of September
last past by vertue of his sayd Commission surprize and take the arlate
shipp called the Saint Jaques (a ffrench shipp and belonging as appeared to
Grand Vills in ffrance) and possessed them selves thereof and of her
ladeing And brought the same shipp Saint Jaques and ladeing togeather with
her master and some of her company into Plymouth intending there to have
caused them to be examined by vertue of a Commission from this Court to that
effecte And saith that after the sayd shipp and ladeing was soe brought to Plymouth
one mr Smith a proctor