HCA 13/71 f.132r Annotate
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To the seventh article of the sayd allegation, This deponent saith that there being
some composition made for the sayd shipp with the Governour of Cadiz
the sayd Braining the master did lett her out to freight
to take in wynes at Grand Malagos and fruit at [?Vels] MalagXa and so to
returne for London. And aććordingly she went to Grand Malaga
and there tooke in wynes, and departed for [?Vals] malaga, but
did over=shoot that Port and in stead thereof putt into Amloneck
where she had nothing to doe and there by the wilfulnes of the
sayd Braining the Master she fáll foule of an hollands shipp there
lying, and not long after rann upon the rocks and was splitt
to peices, whereby the sayd vessell was lost and none of her saved
amd this he saith he saw and knoweth to be true, and beleiveth
that by this meanes the Owners of the sayd shipp are endammaged
six hundred pounds or thereabouts, And otherwise hee cánnot
To the 8th article of the sayd allegation he saith that the morning of the day (whereupon
the sayd shipp was lost as aforesayd) the sayd Braining the Master without
any provocation given him fell in furious manner upon the Boatswayn
of the sayd shipp and with a stick or Cudgell knockt him on the
head and wounded him very sore, to the endangereing of his life
so as he became unable to give any assistance when the shipp was
in danger. for lack of whose helpe and the losse of the sayd shipp
was in some sort occasioned, which he knoweth to be true being then
and there present and seeing the depth and danger of the sayd wound
given as aforesayd to the sayd Boatswayn. And otherwise hee cánnot depose
To the .11th. and 12th. he ćannot depose saving he heard that the said Braining
receaved some moneyes of some Jarves, or others, which were afterwards
To the 13th. article he saith that the sayd Braining the master did att
Suta give away a small bagg of Almonds, and att Cales did hangout
a [?waffe] to invite certayne masters of shippses aboard him, unto whom
he gave some almonds and dates, and att Santa Cruze hee gave
away a rundlett of vinegar//. And otherwise he ćannot depose.
To the 14th article he saith there were about three quintalls of Almonds
spoyled and wholly lost for want of dennage which was the fault of
the sayd Braining the Master who would not be perswaded to have
better or more dennage layd. And otherwise he cannot depose
Upon the next he is not éxamined by direction of the producent.
To the Crosse=Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 1st Interrogatory he saw he saw not nor observed any manner of [?diligant GUTTER]