HCA 13/71 f.244r Annotate
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heard ánd beleeved that the said Albert hath Inhabited there a much longer
time then this deponent hath knowne him, and saith that about three
yeeres since the said Albert went out of Brest in the service of the
kinge of ffrance in the Vice Admirall of ffrance called the Virgin,
(whereof hee the said Albert was pilot) which were with the
kings ffleete into the River of Bordeaux towards the reducing
of Bordeaux then in hostilitie, and contineued in the said service
about the thirteene monethes, which hee knoweth because hee this deponent
went out in the same fleete in anothers shipp and continued alsoe
in the same service, and during the same hee often sawe the said
Albert, and where they afterwards disbanded, the said Albert
retourned to Brest in another of the kings frigots, wherein this
deponent served. And otherwise hee cannot depose
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin with his precontest
The marke of John Petun [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The thirteenth of June 1656.
On the behalfe of Adrian van}
Roade of Saint Omars touching a}
losse in the Julian of London}
Richard Brian Commander}
[LH GUTTER XXXX 9. 2us in A. 18. @ XXXX]
Thomas de la val of Dover Merchant and
aged 36 yeares or thereabouts, sworne before
the right worshippfull John Godolphin doctor of lawes
one of the judges of the high Court of the Admiraltie
and exámined upon certaine Interrogatories ministred on
the behalfe of Adrian van Rode, saith and deposeth.
To the first second and third Interrogatories hee saih and deposeth that
somewhat before Christmas last was twelve moneth the shipp the Julian of
London of which Richard Brian was master, came from Roane
bound for dunquirke with a lading of ffrench wine in her for
the account of the producent Adrian van Roade and others, which were to have bin
transported to and delivered at dunquirke for the same account, and
that in her course of sailing from Roane for dunquirke meeting
with excessive stormes and tempestuous weather, shee was neere deale
in kent stranded and cast away, and the shipp bilging, the
wines were in danger to have bin all lost, but by the greate care of
this deponent and the paines of the persons then hee imployed, there
were a good part of the said wines, saved, but many peeces of those
that were saved were damnified, and saith there were many lost and quite spoiled and
cast away by the said disaster, amongst which that were soe lost and
perished, hee saith the said van Roade lost nine and thirtie
puncheones of wine, and saith the said disaster happened about
in the moneth of November 1654, All which
hee knoweth being especially imployed both by the said van Roade
and by mr M[?ervin] on the behalfe of the Assurers about the said salvage, and further saith that the
said van Roade by the said wines lost and by the dammage of those that
were saved and by charges in and about the said salvage, hath sustained
losse and dammage to the summe of five hundred pounds sterling and
upwards, the very charges comming to about two hundred and sixtie pounds
for the proportion of the said van Roade.
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./.
Thos De Lavall. [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]