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To the second hee saith that about this time hee knoweth his
deponent met the producent Thomas Browning at Cadiz in the
shipp the ffortune arlate whereof the said Browning was the master,
and where with the said Browning from from Santa Cruz as this deponent was informed
by him, And while hee was soe at Cadiz this deponent sawe the said
Browning severall dayes on shoare about his shipps busines, And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee cometh in the instance of the said Thomas
Browning to speake the truth in this cause, and that hee hath noe
relation at all to him; and saith hee this deponent sawe the said
Browning severall times in the house of the interrate Mr Wilson in
Cadiz about the shipps business, and that this rendent was not in her
that voyage, And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the second hee saith that as hee hath heard the said Thomas
Browning had an Adventure of his owne on board the said shipp
the said voyage, and this deponent holdeth the said allowance of
a peece of eight per day in the case aforesaid to be a duety from the
owners and not a gratuitie, in as much as a master or purser cannot
well be at lesse daily expense on
shoare; and hee doth not conceive that the owners having a factor
on shoare shall not excuse the said allowance, for a master is seldome
or never consigned to a port, where[?in] the owners have not some
factor or other person to give him assistance and that the masters
going ashoare to him and staying there and waiting on him about
the shipps business is for the most part equall expense to him as if there were noe
factor there, and that rate of a peece of eight per diem is a
mans ordinary expense there, and often more than lesse. And
otherwise cannot answere saving as aforesaid.
John Stevens [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
The 29th of ffebruary 1655./ [CENTRE HEADING]
William horne Thomas Cornelius and Robert}
Richbell against Thomas Mills and Paule}
Richards: Clements Suckley}
Examined upon an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the sayd Thomas Mills and Paule
George Garneham of Portsmouth in hampshire Mariner
Master of the shipp the Prosperous aged thirty five yeares
or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and examined saith and
deposeth as followeth videlicet./
To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent
being Master of the shipp the Prosperous arlate knoweth that at such tyme as shee
went out upon the voyage in Controversie from Southampton shee had in her only two peece
of Ordnance sixe Musketts tenn or twelve charges of great shott, a hundred
weight of burr shott and a considerable quantitie of Muskett shott and
powder sufficient and proportionable to those gunnes and shott and that there was on