HCA 13/71 f.178r Annotate
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shipp and her sayd ladeing and saith the sayd hewlyn one of the sayd Owners
was killed on board the Union in the fight shee maynteyned with the sayd
Ostenders and dunkirkers before shee was taken by them, And saith that
the sayd shipp Union was (as this deponent heard at dunkirke (when hee
came out of prison there) sold to some persons belonging to Zealand
and further to this Interrogatory hee cannot depose/.
James hatton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor John Godolphin
The first of March 1656.
ffurley and Page against Jacob}
Examined upon the foresaid allegation.
Stephen ffurley of Colchester Merchant, aged 25 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first, second, third fourth fifth and sixth articles of the said
allegation hee saith and deposeth that the producents John ffurley and John
Page having from Rotterdam received advice from the arlate William
Lowe master of the arlate ketch the Coronation of Colchester for or from some other there that in
this the said [Xowes] course the voyage arlate from Colchester for Rotterdam hee had bin met
with and boarded by a private mann of warr of dover
who had taken out their goods that were aboard his vessell, namely twenty
peeces of serges belonging to the said John ffurley, and tenn peeces belonging
to the said Page and carried them away, and suffered him with his ketch
and some oisters then hee had aboard to proceede on his voyage for Rotterdam
or to that effect, and that having notice that the commander
of the said private man of warr was named derrick Swine and was of Dover, they imployed
this deponent Swine twice to make enquiry at dover after their said
goods and get restitution and satisfaction for the same, and this deponent
went thither accordingly, and at the first time found out the said Swine
and having understood by him that the allegate Jacobs, Goodwin and
Tiddiman were his owners and imployers, and lived in the
said towne of dover, this deponent went to the said Jacobs and Goodwin
and of them demanded restitution of the said goods to and for the use of
the said John ffurley and John Page (Englishmen and subiects of this
Commonwealth) the owners thereof, which said Jacobs and Goodwin
denying that they had any notice of any such goods seized, sent him
back to the said Captaine to have account thereof from him whereupon this deponent
returning to the said Captaine derrick Swine, and telling him hee
was by his owners referred to him about the said goods, hee confessed
that hee had bin aboard an oister ketch in her passage
for Rotterdam, and had taken out certaine peeces of serges, but not soe
many as this deponent demanded, and that they were upon the seizure
distributed and shared amongst his men, and this hee saith being all hee
could get at that time, which was in summer 1653, (as hee
remembreth) hee was againe shortly after imployed by the producents
upon the same businesse, and then at dover speaking with the said Goodwin (the others
being absent) hee appointed that the next morning hee and the other said
owners would give this deponent a meeting and make an end of the businesse
and the said Goodwin nominating the house of Mr delaval and dela Barr