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conceiveth contained sugar) and with the rest of the said wine[?s GUTTER]
and fruite and the said eight chests shee departed thence on or about
the twentieth of January last, bound for London, and saith that in
her course of proceeding for London, comming off dover shee was
met with set upon and seized by a man of warr of Callice
(whereof Captain John Bennard was commannder) and with
the said wines, fruits and chests carried to Callice, where shee
was unladen, and that it was about two monethes before
the said shipp was cleared thence againe, which hee knoweth
being one of her company and seeing the premisses soe donne.
To the third hee saith that when the goods came afterwards
to be restored aboard, there were severall butts of the
said wines, and severall barrells and peeces of the said fruite wanting, which
were quite taken away and withheld, and lost to the said owners
Alsoe hee saith that the shipps powder, shott and victualls
were taken away while shee was at Callice under the said
seizure and much of her cordage cut spoiled and
imbeazeld, and the shipp her selfe much broken and spoiled
and saith that the goods that were there restored were dammified
besides hee saith the shipp was much let and hindered in her
imployment by the said seizure and detention, And otherwise hee
To the fourth hee saith that the said owners have bin at great
cost here since the shipps arivall, to repaire her of the dammage
received while shee was under the said seizure at Callice.
And otherwise hee saith hee cannot depose.
Repeated with his precontest before
Richard Skinne [SIGNATURE ON RH SIDE]
The 23th of May 1656.
On the behalfe of Samuel harwar touching}
a losse in the Anne of London. Assur.}
Rp. X X cop:
Richard Daynes of Wapping Mariner
aged 26 yeeres or thereabouts sworne before
the right Worshipfull Charles George Cock
Esquire one of the Judges of the high
Court of the Admiraltie examined
upon certaine Interrogatories ministred on the
part of the said Samuel harwar saith
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knew the [?good GUTTER]
shipp called the Anne of London (whereof John Carey was [?master GUTTER]
at the time of her last being at Plimouth, whence hee saith
C 5/78/88 Short title: Bonner v Harwar. Plaintiffs: William Bonner. Defendants: Samuel Harwar. Subject: the King's Head Inn, in Southwark, Surrey. Document type: bill, answer. 1685
C 6/172/69 Short title: Morgan v Basnett. Plaintiffs: Jane Morgan spinster, Edward Cooke, Francis Bagshaw, Christopher Estwicke, John Troughton and Samuel Harwar. Defendants: Thomas Basnett, Thomas Love, Samuel Snell, William Jolliffe, Joseph Chambers and Mary Hopkins widow and others. Subject: property in Stoke, Warwickshire. Document type: bill, two answers. 1655
PROB 11/194/524 Will of Randall Harwar, Woollen Draper of Saint Leonard Eastcheap, City of London 30 December 1645
PROB 11/360/219 Will of Samuel Harwar of Stoke, Warwickshire 05 July 1679
PROB 11/398/424 Will of Samuel Harwar, Grocer of London 10 March 1690