HCA 13/71 f.289v Annotate
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Tompson arlate went alsoe ashore, and went and came severall times
to and from shore, and at length came aboard and said they had order to goe to
ligorne with the said shipp, and accordingly hee saith they went thither, and
there safely arived with her, where hee saith they repaired to mr Norleigh
and mr Constable, all which hee knoweth going from place to place in the said
shipp whereof hee was boatswaine; and saith the said Captaine [?Crampe]
(as hee reported and said to this deponent and others of the company) was told by
mr Norleigh and mr Constable that they had noe goods nor imployment
for the said shipp, and therefore wished him to retourne for England. And
soe hee saith the said Cramp and company (after about five or sixe dayes stay
at ligorne) sailed her for England, and here arived with her on the
eleaventh of Aprill last, and that the last of the said shipps homward
lading was dispatched in this port on the seaventeenth of May 1656,
all which hee knoweth being present and seeing the same soe donne. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the tenth hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the eleaventh hee saith that the said shipp the George Bonadventure
the voyage aforesaid was and remained in the service and imployment of
the said George ffarrington from the tenth of december 1654 untill the
17th of May 1656, during all which time the said John Crampe was
and remained in the service of the said mr ffarrington, and well deserved
six pounds per moneth for his said service, and that the arlate
Samuel Swan servant of the said Cramp served about foure monethes
in the said shipp and then went away at Zant, and well deserved 25 s
per moneth for the said time of his service, and that Austin
Petty arlate who served in her about twelve monethes and a halfe
(and then went away at Plimouth) and was the said Crampes servant)
well deserved for his said service thirtie shillings per moneth, And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the twelveth hee saith that there is due to the said Crampe
and the rest of his company of mariners for the primage and
average of goods carried out the said voyage in the said shipp from
England to Zant the summe of sixteene pounds and five shillings
lawfull money of England-
To the thirteenth hee saith that the factors of the said ffarington
the said voyage caused many gunns to be dischardged by way of
salutations and festivities, whereby hee saith a good quantitie of
powder was spent, but howe many barrells hee knoweth not.
And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 14th hee cannot depose..
To the fifteenth hee cannot depose.
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition was and is true.
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee was in the said shipp and served in her
all the said voyage, and otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
To the second hee saith that hee was not present at the direction or
appointment interrate given by the said ffarington to the said Cramp. And
otherwise hee cannot answer.