HCA 13/71 f.150r Annotate
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To the 6th. article of the sayd Libell This deponent saith he did not buy nor contract
for any of the goods and provisions arlãte in the sayd second third and
fourth schedules mentioned, nor can depose of the price of them
severally. but he saith It is true that the sayd Mary Dell did deliver
the sayd goods arlãte in the monethes of January. April and
July aforesayd for the use of the sayd shipp the Three Sisters, And
this deponent or his Agents did by order of the sayd Pickering
receive the same of the sayd Mary or her Agents for the use
aforesayd. And there being bills made of the same this deponent
signed them. videlicet. he signed a bill for the goods in the sayd second
schedule mentioned, the summe of which bill did amount to thirtyene
pounds eight shillings eleven pence, and the bill did beare date. the 30th.
of January 1653. and he signed to a bill bearing date the twelfth
of Aprill 1654. amounting to twenty three pounds eighteene shillings
eleven pence for the goods mentioned in the sayd third schedule.
and allso signed to a bill dated the eighteenth of July 1654 amounting
to nyne pounds fourteene shillings and a penny for the goods
mentioned in the sayd fourth schedule. All which he deposeth for the
reasons aforesayd and for that he hath even now perused the Originall
bills for the sayd goods which he signed for the same respectively
as aforesayd. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 7th article of the sayd Libell he saith that the severall and respective
goods and provisions aforesayd in the sayd first second third and fourth
schedules respectively mentioned were really delivered by the
sayd John and Mary Dell respectively as aforesayd or their Agents
on board the sayd shipp then lyeing in the River of Thames about
the severall and respective monethes aforesayd, and the same were
necessary and usefull for the sayd shipp, and were receyved for
the use of the sayd shipp by this deponent or his Mariners and Agents,
and were really and actually imployed in and for the sayd shipp
in or about the respective tymes aforesayd and in severall voyages and
ymployments which the sayd shipp within that tyme made for the benefit
of the sayd Owners. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 8th article he saith that the foresayd goods and provisions in the sayd
schedules mentioned were (as he beleiveth) att the respective tymes
aforesayd worth the respective summes in the sayd sched bills mentioned
and so ćommonly sold. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 9th article he saith he ćannot depose saving that there hath not bene
any demand of any money made of this deponent for the sayd provisions
or any of them.
To the 10th article he referreth himselfe to the Acts of this Court.
To the .11th. negatively.
To the 12th and .13th. he saith the sayd Hatchel is an Englishman and so accounted and further
referring himselfe to the law he cannot depose
To the last he saith this deposition is true.