HCA 13/71 f.209v Annotate
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To the 2 and 3 Interrogatories hee saith that in the Accompt by this
deponent drawne up as aforesayd betweene the sayd Robert Barker and the sayd
Travers it was expressed that the sayd Robert had paid to the sayd
Travers in money only one hundred seaventy pounds in liew of his the sayd
Roberts quarter part of the sayd Tobaccoes, [XXXXX GUTTER]
quarter part as by the sayd Account appeared the sayd Robert Barker was
in all to pay the sayd Travers fower hundred fower score and two pounds or
thereabouts,) but saith as is predeposed that the whole
Accompts being perfected it did and doth appeare the sayd Travers
was and is indebted to the sayd Robert Barker in the summe of sixe
hundred and odd pounds over and above the moneyes due by him the
sayd Robert Barker to the sayd Travers for the sayd quarter part of
the sayd cargo of Tobaccoe And further hee cannot depose./
To the 4th hee saith hee this deponent hath seene the Accompt Interrogate and was the very person
who drew up the Accomptes made betweene the Interrogate Travers and
Barker, and drew the same according as the same was declared to him
by the sayd Travers and Robert Barker out of their bookes which they then
each of them had at the tyme of makeing up the sayd Accompt, And to the
rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively for that as is pre[?deposed GUTTER]
it did by the sayd Accompts appeare that the sayd Travers was indebted
to the sayd Robert Barker in sixe hundred and odd pounds./
To the 5th hee saith that hee this respondent being the Interrogate Robert
harvey did at the request of the sayd Travers and Robert Barker deceased
perfect the Accompts betweene them the sayd Travers and Barker in manner aforesayd and
further hee cannot answere not knowing that the Interrogate Alderman GUTTER
Barker was at any tyme spoken to to perfect the sayd Accompts or did
refuse soe to doe./
Repeated before the Judges/
Robt Harvey [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 24th of May 1656.
On the behalfe of Mr Tivell and Page}
aforesaid touching the Noahs Arke.}
William Durham of Plimouth Mariner
late Master of the shipp called the
Noahs Arke sworne as aforesaid saith and
deposeth as followeth, videlicet.
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knew and was master of
the shipp the Noahs Arke in her late voyage from Newfoundland
to Malaga and soe to Plimouth and afterwards, and is master of her
at present, And saith that shee went from Newfound land with
a cargo of fish in August last bound for Malaga, and there arived
and delivered the same for the account of the producents John Tivell of
London, Marchant and John Page of Plimouth Marchant owners of
the said shipp, which deliverie shee made in or about September last
and having soe delivered the same, shee at Malaga tooke in sixteene