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shipps and goods, and such as ought to be condemned to this
To the 39th he saith That he is a Chirurgeon by trade and
callinge, and hath bin a Leuetenant of horse for the Parliament
for the most part of the late warrs, And that he payeth all duties
of his parish but not anie thinge to the taxes of the Armie or
Navie not beinge of abilitie thereto, having bin plundered by
the kings partie:/
To the rest hee is not examined by direction of the partie ministrant:/
Repeated before doctors Clerke and Godolphin.
William Astell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 14th of October 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the foresaid allegation.
William Pembridge of the parish of Saint Magnus
London haberdasher, aged 42 yeares or thereabouts, sworne
To the nineteenth article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
on or about the 22th of January last hee this deponent being in
company of Corneluis Peterson Trumpeter of the shipp the Salvador
arlate at the signe of the shipp in Woolwich, heard the said Corneluis
in discoure acknowledge and confesse that the said shipp that voyage
was bound for Amsterdam or [?halled] there to dischardge, and had
her owners there dwelling. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Upon the rest hee is not examined by direction of the producent.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 33th hee saith that the said confession of the said Trumpeter was
made in dutch and English mixt, in an upper roome of the said house having
the signe of the shipp towards the waterside, about midnight, and that there
were then and there present besides this deponent and the said Trumpeter,
his precontests Abraham Johnson and William Astell together with one
Mr Simonds of the prize office and the saile maker of the Salvador
and saith hee this deponent was not in the voyage in question, And
otherwise saving as aforesaid hee cannot depose
To the 36 hee saith that if hee were Judge of the businesse and that
it were in his power hee would condemne the shipps the
Sampson, the Salvador and the Saint George in question and the silver and
goods in them for prize to this state, for that hee verily beleeveth
them to be good prize, and as good prize as any that in a longe
space came or were [?brought] into England.
To the 39th hee saith hee is a haberdasher by trade, and useth
to waite aboard shipps for the prize office, and is constantly
taxed and payeth towards the Armie and Navie as a [?parishoner] and
hee [?XXXX XXX] a house hee dwelleth.
Repeated before doctors Clerk and Godolphin.
William Pembridge [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]