HCA 13/71 f.174v Annotate
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att the Instance of the sayd Mr Bressey. ffaulkener or one of them.) [?were GUTTER]
monished not to depart the sayd shipp to the preiudice of her sayd
intended voyage or to that effect. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fifth article he saith that so long as hee this deponent did
remayne att Millford haven which was till about the first of
Aprill 1655. they the sayd plaintiffes in conformity to the sayd
decree did stay in and with the sayd shipp aććording to their
respective places and imployments. And otherwise he cannot
To the sixth article he saith he ćannot depose.
To the 7th article he saith he referres himselfe to the Law and
to the acts of this Court. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the 8th. hee saith his deposition is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
He referrs himselfe to his answers to the Interrogatories propounded
on behalfe of the sayd Bressey in the next precedent cause
of Thomas Attwood. which his answers are here understood
to be inserted verbatim.
Repeated in both Causes before Doctor Godolphin/.
Tho: Sharpe [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 30th of Aprill 1656/ [CENTRE HEADING]
Travers against Burridge and Spicer/
Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the sayd Travers
Henry Negus of London Merchant aged 32 yeares or
thereabouts a wittnes sworne and examined saith and deposeth
as followeth videlicet./
To the 4th and 5th articles of the sayd allegaton hee saith hee that at her
arrivall of the arlate Shipp the John and Mary in the Roade, of Lavatara in
the Islands of Teneriff the voyage in question hee this deponent was then
a Merchant resident in the sayd Islands and being Informed that there
was freight to be lett in the sayd shipp and that the arlate Mr Robert
Bevin as factor of the arlate Gyles Travers (who was there commonly
accompted the sole freighter of the sayd shipp) had the letting of such
freight as was to space therein over and above what was to bee ladeing
should be laden there upon for Accompt of the sayd Travers, did take of
the sayd Bevin freight in the sayd shipp for forty nyne pipes of wyne
and by reason that there was then an Imbargo made by the King of Spain
upon the goods of all English Merchants here the sayd Bevin was
enforced for the enioyment of licence to lade his sayd shipp to pay or
agree to pay to the officers of the King of Spaine
for indulto or admission money a certayne quantitie of moneys the
certayne summe hee knoweth not but beleeveth it is to be fifty eight Ryalls
or thereabouts per pipe and the reson of such his this deponents beleefe as
for that hee the sayd Bevin did beside the summe agree upon betweene
this dependent and him for the freight of the sayd forty nyne pipes laden by this