HCA 13/71 f.220Av Annotate
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The 15th of May 1656.
On the behalfe of the same said}
Mayenbergs and others touching}
a losse of goods in the Hare in the feild}
Henry Briggs of the parish of Saint
Dunstans in the East London Packer
aged 35 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and
To the first, second and third Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that
this deponent being his precontest Mr Boones Packer, was imployed
by him to goe to a warehouse at Porters key and
there to looke upon certaine goods that were taken out of the shipp the hare in
the feild and ordered to be restored, and were in the custody of the Prize
officers, to whom this deponent was to open the packs and showe them
they were the same goods that were ordered by this Court to be restored
and amongst other goods that this deponent was to looke upon and open
there were seaven small boxes or packs of goods marked and numbred as in the
margent; which packs according to the Invoice thereof (which was showed
[MARKE, LH MARGIN]
to this deponent) contained 26 peeces of gold and silver Mohaire,
otherwise ffrench watered tabbies of gold and silver. But saith
that comming to view them there could be but 6 of the said seaven
small packs or boxes found, (and those six that were soe found, had bin
opened and some peeces taken out of them.) and that theseaventh was
wholly wanting and lost. And saith that hee took one and [?counted]
the peeces that were remaining in the said six packs, which hee
saith were fourteene peeces and noe more, and that the [XXX XXXX]
peeces were by the losse of the said pack, and by what had bin
taken out of the six, wholly wanting and lost; and further
that the said twelve peeces soe wanting and lost ([?respect ?being GUTTER]
had to the said Invoice, and to the 14 peeces that were remaining) worth
the summe of two hundred and sixtie pounds sterling. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
Henry Briggs [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
The sixteenth of May 1656.
On the behalfe of William Cox}
of London Merchant concerning a}
losse by him sustained by the death}
of Sir William harbert Lord Powis.}
Rp. [X X cop.] 1
Thomas Champian of Shearlane neere
Temple barr Doctor in Physick, aged
48 yeeres or thereabouts sworne before the
right worshippfull Charles George Cock Esquire one
of the Judges of the high Court of the
Admiraltie and examined upon certaine
Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe of the said
William Cox, saith and deposeth as followeth
To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that hee very
wel knew the interrogated Sir William harbert Lord Powis, and
soe had donne for the space of seaven yeares or thereabouts next before [?the GUTTER]