HCA 13/71 f.210r Annotate
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buts of wine, two hundred and fiftie barrells and foure hundred frailes
of raisins all for account of the said Mr Tivell and Mr Page to be brought
for England, all which hee knoweth
because hee was master of the said shipp and went all the said voyage in
To the second hee saith that in or about the moneth of december last past
the said shipp with the said wines and fruite aboard her came from
Malaga, and prosecuting her homewards voyage there with, safely
arived at Plimouth in January next following and there delivered thirtie of the said buts of
wine, ninetie foure barrells of raisins and two hundred frailes of raisins,
and there tooke in eight chests of sugar, and with the said eight chests
of sugar and the rest of the wines and fruite soe taken in at Malaga
and not delivered at Plimouth, shee departed from Plimouth in or
about the twentieth of the said moneth of January last bound for this
port of London, here to discharge, and comming off Dover shee was
in or about the three and twentieth day of the said moneth of January
Last met with sett upon and taken. and carried to Callice by a man
of Warr of Callice of which one John Bonnard was captaine, and there
upon her comming in this deponent her master and his company were
all dispossessed and turned out of her, and all her goods were there
unladen and taken ashore, and there the said shipp and goods were
detained about seven weekes; which hee knoweth being master
of her and carried thither in her.
To the third hee saith that when afterwards the said goods came to
be restored, this deponent found wanting and with held or taken
away (and which were never restored) tenn butts of the said wines
twenty and one barrells of raisins and eighteene frailes of raisins,
but the valew thereof hee cannot estimate. And saith that when
the said shipp soe lay under the said seizure there was all the victualls,
powder and shott taken away and a greate part of her cordage
imbeazald. and the shipp her selfe much broken and hurt, having
seaven or eight of her timbers in the [?X]uyt broken and much other
dammage, and her imployment much hindered and retarded by the
said seizure and keeping at Callice, besides hee saith that when
the said goods that were restored aboard came to be dischardged here
in this port they were found to be much hurt and damnified, which
happened while they were soe taken ashore and under the said
restraint at Callice, all which hee knoweth for the reasons
aforesaid. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fourth hee saith that the said shott and powder, victualls and
cordage that was wanting and taken away at Callice were worth
fiftie pounds sterling, and that the repaire of the said breaking and
[?maimes] that the said shipp suffered at Callise came to and was
worth (to be donne) one hundred pounds sterling, and soe much
the said repaires have cost, and hee estimateth the dammage of the
said shipps owners by the said retardament and hindereing of her
imployment by the said seizure to amount to an hundred and fourtie
pounds sterling, And otherwise hee cannot depose.
WD [HIS MARKE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before the two Judges in Court