HCA 13/71 f.119r Annotate
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[?Neck], and saith that they went and served in the said shipp the said voyage
the said [?Neck] at 30 s per moneth and this deponent at 20 s per moneth
and so much they well deserved for their said service, and soe much they
earned and was paid their said master for their like service in former voyages.
And saith that both the said Christofer Mitchell and alsoe this deponent
and the said [?Neck] entred into pay in the said shipp on or about the first day
of March 1647, and sailed in the said shipp to severall parts and places
beyond the seas in the said imployment of the said harris and Chambers
and continued in the said service and imployment namely the said Mitchell
the master to the tenth of November next following or thereabouts at
which time hee died, and then the said [?Neck] who to that time had
sailed as boatswaine of the said shipp was by the following master
Arthur [?Coysgame] appointed masters mate, and this deponent who
to that time had sailed as a common man was appointed boatswaine
in that said [?Necks] place, and they both served in the said qualities about tenn
monethes after the said Mitchells death, so that the whole time
of the service of the said [?neck] and this deponent in the said shipp the
said voyage, was eighteene monethes or thereabouts, and saith the
said [?Neck] for the time hee served masters mate in the said
shipp deserved three pounds per moneth for his said service and this
deponent 30 s per moneth for the said time hee served boatswaine
and such were common rates for the like service. And otherwise hee
To the fifth hee cannot depose, saving hee hath heard Mr
harris say that Mr Chambers had a booke wherein the mens wages
and names were entred or to that effect.
To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition and cannot
To the 7th hee cannot depose, saving hee hath heard the producent
Sara Bannock make demand of the said wages of the said harris.
Repeated before Dr Godolphin.
Will. [XXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
see the 2d in A3./.
The 18th of March 1655/ [CENTRE HEADING]
Wright and Company against Lenthall and Nutt}
Examined on an allegation given in and admitted on the
behalfe of ffrancis Lenthall the yonger and George Nutt/
Samuell Whitby of the Cittie of London Merchant
aged 20 yeares or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./
To first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent being then at
Mallaga and imployed by the arlate Robert Whitby there as an Agent for him
in his Merchandizing affayres thereby well knoweth that the sayd Robert Whitby
did on the behalfe of the arlate ffrancis Lenthall and George Nutt (upon the arrivall of
the arlate Shipp ffreindship neere Mallaga or within a very short tyme after) procure