HCA 13/71 f.264r Annotate
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after noone of the said thursday and sawe him living but sicke and weake and labouring for life
and the next day about noone this deponent was present at his said
lodging and sawe his dead corps, and sawe the same embalmed, and
assisted at the said embalming, being thereto imployed by his said
master, who was alsoe present.
Repeated before Collonel Cock.
Edward Huntte [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 25th of June 1656
Ash and others against Drinkewater}
Examined upon an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the said Ash and others.
Nathaniel Hutchinson of the parish of Saint Olaves
in Southwarke Mariner, aged 57 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and exámined.
To the first article hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth the
shipp the Jonas of London arlate and well knoweth the producents
ffrancis Ash and Michaell [?Rayner], and saith that they and company
were the time arlate the true owners and proprietors of that said shipp
the Jonas and and of her tackle and furniture and for such commonly
accounted which hee knoweth being some part of that time master of
the said shipp and constituted Master by them
, and they paying him his wages, and before hee was master hee
was her masters mate.
To the second article hee saith and deposeth that in or about the
moneth of November 1651 Samuel Weston and Nathaniel Drinkewater
arlate laded and caused to be laded aboard the said shipp then lyeing at or
neare dublin in Ireland six hundred ninetie two barrells of herrings
and a halfe, containing (at eight barrells to a tonne) eightie sixe
tonnes and a halfe and halfe a barrell; and alsoe one hogshead of
thread, and consigned the said goods to be delivered in this [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT, POSSIBLEY "PORT OF" SHOULD HAVE BEEN INSERTED BY CLERK]
London to William drinkewater for the use and accompt of the said Samuell Weston and Nathaniell drinkewater who hee
knoweth becasue this deponent was then master of the said shipp
and received the same aboard, and signed a bill of lading for the same
To the third articles hee saith and deposeth that the said samuell
Weston and Nathaniell drinkewater at or about the time of the said
lading of the said goods promised and agreed to and with this deponent
the master of the said shipp that the said william drinkewater (to whom
the said goods were consigned) should pay unto the said ffrancis Ash
Michaell Rayner and company or their assignes for the freight and
transportation of the said goods (upon delivery thereof in this port)
after the rate of one pound and tenn shillings per tonne besides
primage and average accustomed, and halfe the other insident charges
And saith that about Christmas next following the said shipp
safely arived in this port and there made effectuall delivery of the
said goods to the said william drinkewater according to the said
correspondent, which hee knoweth being master and seeing the premisses
soe donne, And otherwise referreing himselfe to the law, hee cannot
To the fourth hee saith that the pilotage and charge for the said voyage