HCA 13/71 f.242r Annotate
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and saith that whatsoever dammage or leakage hath befallen any of
the said wines, happened merely by the said storme, and not by any defect in
the shipp (which was otherwise very staunch and tight), nor by any neglect of the
master or any of the mariners, who all did their utmost for the preservation
of the said wines, as hee saith it more than ordinarily concerned them, their
owne lives being at stake. And otherwise cannot depose, referring
himselfe for the freight to the Charter partie made betweene the parties
To the nineth hee saith that after the said shipps arivall in this port and
before any deliverie of any of the said wines, the said shipp and storage of
the wines were viewed by two experienced and honest masters of shipps
who declared that they found the caskes to be well stored (as in truth this
deponent saith they were) and that the dammage happened to the wines
must needs have bin occasioned by fowle and stressie weather and not otherwise.
To the tenth and 11th hee cannot depose.
Robert Mitchell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 11th of June 1656.
On the behalfe of Alderman Andrew Riccard}
and others touching the shipp the Love}
whereof Robert Tindall is Commander.}
Robert Tindall of the parish of
All hallowes Barking London
Mariner, aged 48 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne before the right worshippfull John
Godolphin doctor of lawes one of the Judges of
the high Court of the Admiraltie and examined
upon certaine Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe
of the said Alderman Riccard and others saith as followeth
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knoweth the said shipp
the Love and was Commander of her in her late homewards voyage from
the South Seas, and went out in her from this port thither in which going
out this deponent was master of her. And saith that her lading of
pepper, which shee tooke in at Andropare in the Island of Summatra
was to have bin carried to Ligorne and there to have bin delivered, and
whither shee was ordered by the said Alderman Riccard and the rest of her
Imployers (before and upon her going out thense) to goe and deliver her lading
that shee should bring from the South Sea, which hee knoweth being
acquainted with the said order and Commission, which was given in writing
and which this deponent hath in his custodie, and nowe leaveth for the
further satisfaction of this Court and all others that may be therein concerned
To the second hee saith that there went out hense in the said shipp the
said voyage ninetie five mariners (men and boys) whereof hee saith
three and thirtie died in the voyage, and many of the rest were very
much affected with sicknesse, and amongst those that died hee saith
that Captaine Jourdain (who went out Commander of her) was one,
who hee saith departed this life about two dayes after her setting saile
from Andropare aforesayd to retourne and goe for Ligorne, to which place
hee saith it was (upon her said departure from Sumatra) fully
determined and resolved by the said Captaine and this deponent and the