HCA 13/71 f.1v Annotate
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harby for the account and as the money of the said William Williams and
Company and for their service to be imployed in the said buying and ladeing
of Currants at Petras as mr harby said and acknowledged which moneys captaine ffudge commander of
the Caesar tooke out of the Elizabeth and Anne, and carried or sent
the same to be put aboard the Caesar of this deponents sight and knowledge,
and as this deponent was informed, the said Captaine ffudge gave
a bill of lading under his hand for receipt of the said moneys of the said
mr hardwick, but this deponent did not see the signing thereof.
And further saith that after the premisses, namely on or about
the twelveth day of September last, the said shipp the Caeser
and therein the said mr harby and this deponent departed from
Nathalgo for Petras, where they safely arived in her the next
day, or very shortly after such their departure, and the said money was
carried alonge with them in the said shipp Caesar, And otherwise
To the seaventh hee saith that after the arivall of the said shipp Caesar
at Petras, the said Clement harby there bought and procured a
greate quantitie of currans, in the buying and paying for which, hee laid out and
imployed the said three thousand dollers soe received of mr hardwick towards
payment for the same and having soe bought the said currans
hee thereof caused to be delivered unto this deponent (soe specially
paid along to that end) thirtie seaven butts; five Carratels and
three quarterolas of the same, and this deponent tooke and
received the same accordingly, and put them into caske for and on
behalfe of the said hardwick, and marked the same for the
use and accompt of the said mr williams and company with the mark
[4 WITH CIRCLE UNDERNEATH, LH MARGIN]
in the margent, having order from the said mr hardwick upon this
deponents departure from him as aforesaid, to marke the currants hee
should receive with that very marke.
To the eighth árticle hee saith and deposeth that after such this
deponents receipt and possessing himselfe of the said currants for and to the
use of the said William Williams and Company, hee this deponent with
the privitie of the said Clement harby laded and caused the same to be
laded aboard the said shipp the Caesar at Petras, for the said use and
account, to be received and transported therein to Argastall, and
there to be delivered to the said humphrey hardwick or order for the
use and account of the said William Williams and company. And that
it was both by the said harby and this deponent at the time of the said
lading of the said curranse at Petras on board the Caesar, signified
and made knowne to the said ffudge that the same were accordingly
to be delivered at Argastall to the person or order of the said
hardwick for the use and account aforesaid, and the said ffudge tooke
notice thereof and acknowledged the same.