HCA 13/71 f.205r Annotate
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soone as to prevent the Embargo, yet there was liberty obteyned by this deponent
ánd the sayd Stephens on the behalfe of the sayd fferdinando Boddy
for her to take in goods in case she ćame after the Embargo, and
to that purpose Dutch dispatches and [?pays] were provided to have bene
given to the master of her to have taken in her lading quietly
ánd freely without danger: And aććordingly of this deponents
sight and knowledge by such like meanes severall English shipps
were laden and departed from the Canaries in safety after the sayd Embargo
came thither. And otherwise cannot depose.
To the 19th article of the sayd Libell, This deponent saith, that whilst hee
stayd att Teneriffe (from whence hee came in November last and not before)
severall English shipps arrived att the Canaries, which as was then sayd
and as hee beleiveth came from this port toward the latter end of August
1655 last past. And the sayd shipps receyved their ladings of wynes
there and are since arrived safely in England. And so might the
sayd shipp Little Mary have done had she proceeded upon her sayd
designed voyage, as this deponent for the reasons aforesayd is well
assured. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 20th hee saith he cannot depose further than as aforesayd.
To the 21th article he saith, that the sayd fferdinando Boddy by the
meanes aforesayd in that the sayd shipp did not proceed upon her sayd
designated voyage, and in losse of his outward market, and wynes they
which his goods might have produced and losse of the sayd seventy
pipes or thereabouts provided as aforesayd (in case they be lost as is most
probable for the reasons aforesayd) hath suffered dammage in this
deponents Judgment and estimat to the value of two thousand
pounds sterleing or more thereabouts. And otherwise hee saith
he cannot depose.
To the 22th. 23th. and 24th. articles of the sayd Libell. he referreth
himselfe to the Law, the Acts of this Court and his preceeding deposition
which he saith is true) And otherwise cannot depose.
To the Crosse=Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatory he saith he comes to be a wittnesse att the request of
the sayd fferdinando Boddy, whom he acquainted what he could depose
[?videlicet] to the effect predeposed. and expecteth nothing for his
deposition. And further otherwise than negatively cannot answere
To the second he saith he was not present when the sayd fferdinando
Body gave his dispatches here, nor when the sayd shipp was disptached
att waxford. And further otherwise than negatively cannot depose.
To the third hee saith he was not att Kinsale, or any port in Ireland
the tyme interrate.
To the 4th. hee saith he was not att ffalmouth nor knoweth any thing