HCA 13/71 f.124r Annotate
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The same day,
The foresayd John N[?u]tting examined upon
the sayd Interrogatoryes saith.
To the first Interrogatory he saith hee comes to be a witnesse by the meanes of the
sayd Boys; and that he was Carpenter of the sayd shipp as aforesayd, and
hath thirty pounds of his wages deteyned from him by an attachment
procured by the sayd Boyes, but under what pretence knoweth not. And
otherwise cannot depose.
To the 2d hee saith the sayd sugars were not all dry and well conditioned
after the sayd hurricano but were damnifyed (as aforesayd) thereby, howbeit
some of them as he conceyveth did remain dry. And saith that the
sayd shipp was not tight after the say hurrican (sic), but was leaky, and that
after she [?struk] upon the Rockes she became much more leaky
And saith she struck upon the Rockes not by or through any want of
skill or care in the sayd Pilot but by a Gust of wind that fell
suddenly athwart her, and brought her former wind scanting upon
her. And otherwise he cannot answer
To the last hee saith he knoweth not in what condition the sayd goods or
sugars were laden. nor how much of them damnifyed or spoyled upon their
arrivall att this Port. And further or otherwise cannot answere.
Repeated with his precontests before Doctor Godlphin./.
John Nutting[?e] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The xxvth day of March 1656.
Ashurst against Hubbart and one Barrell}
of bever brought from Boston in}
New=England to this Port of London}
in the shipp John Adventure of}
New=England whereof John Cutting}
Examined upon an allon on the behalfe of the
Emanuel Springfeild of Billerica in the County
of Essex Draper aged one and twenty yeares
or thereabouts, a witnesse sworne and examined
saith as followeth. videlicet.
To the sayd allegation and severall Articles thereof, and to the Bill of lading
thereto annexed, and now shewne him, he saith, That in the month of december
last past he came as a Passenger together with his Contest in this cause
and the arlate Robert hubbard from Boston in New=England in the
shipp John Adventure aforesayd, whereof
upon which shipp the sayd hubbart had (as appeared to this deponent by
Bills of lading which hee saw signed as hereafter is sett forth, laden
a barrall of Bever. And he saith that the
sayd shipp having sayled from Boston upon her voyage for this Port
of London, [#] [INSERTION MARK]
[#] [LH MARGIN] arrived safely about
five weekes after her
departure from Boston
upon the English
Coast neare to or not
far from the Duijnes
over against the County
of Kent, and then and
XXXXX XXX] [SIGNATURE, LH MARGIN]
the sayd Hubbart did offer to the sayd Cutting three bills
of lading all of one tenour for the sayd barrell of Bever and other
goods laden by him the sayd Hubbard, and the sayd Cutting perused the
same in this deponents presence, but refused to signe the same till
the words alleged videlicet. [the Bever four pounds per tonn] were interlined,