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de Cornovaille (who is lately dead) and saith they were and the said James
de Cornovaille and John de Mescham are the owners of the said shipp
the Saint Julian and of her tackle and furniture, and caused her to be
built at Brest and afterwardes set her out on this present voyage
from Brest, wherein the said ffloran de Cornovaille
came in her; all which hee knoweth because hee sawe the said vessell
when shee was in building and tooke notice that shee was built at
the costs of the said producents,
, and hee beleeveth that the freight belongeth to the
said producents alone, and that none other person hath any interest
in the said shipp. And lastly that the said producents were and
are the subiects of the kinge of ffrance, and frenchmen and for
such commonly accounted. And otherwise hee cannot depose, being
that this is her first voyage. and that this deponent was one of her
The marke of the said [?Matheu]
[MARKE (AN "O") ffeas:MARK ON RH SIDE
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the said allegation.
William Mignon of Cameret neere Brest in
Bretany, aged 23 yeeres or thereabouts, sworne
To the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth
the vessell the Saint Julian of Brest in question and well knoweth
the producentes James de Cornovaille and John de Mescham and
well knew ffloran de Cornovaille who is lately dead, and saith
they were and the said James and John are the owners of the said shipp
and for such commonly accounted, and ffrenchmen and subiects of the
kinge of ffrance, and caused the said vessell to be built at
Brest, and this deponent sawe part of the wood and timber
(imployed in the said building) furnished from the Lordshipp of the
said Messieurs de Cornovaille, called kerineau, and sawe the
said vessell in building at Brest by their order, whereof hee
tooke notice being a mariner and frequenting that part, and
saith the said producents fitted and sett her out on this present voyage
(which hee saith is her first voyage) and the said James and ffloran
de Cornovaille Sieur de kerineau came alonge in her as owners
for this port of London, where the said ffloran is since dead. And
saith the freight of the said vessell belongeth to the said owners, and
hee beleaveth that noe other person whatsoever hath any interest
therein. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Guillame le mignon [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined upon the foresaid allegation.
John Tiffany of Cameret afore said Mariner, aged
25 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and examined
To the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee sawe the
Cameret neere Brest in Bretany