HCA 13/71 f.303v Annotate
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The answere of the said John Danielsen to the fu[rther GUTTER]
Interrogatorie. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the said Interrogatorie hee saith that his contest Robert hunter
bought the fore said two pipes of wine (said by this deponent
to bee belonging to mr webb) of John Lopez del Miranda, in exchange
or truck for a bale of goods, and after they agreed that the said two pipes
should be there delivered to mr John Page, paying sixtie pounds sterling
for the same. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
Jan danielsen [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The answere of the said Balhache to the said Interrogatorie.
Saith that two pipes of wine which mr hunter bought of this
deponents said master John Lopez da Miranda the said hunter was here to deliver (by agree[?ment GUTTER]
betweene him and the said Miranda, to which this deponent was [XXX GUTTER]
to mr John Page, hee the said Page paying sixtie pounds [for the GUTTER]
same. and otherwise hee cannot depose, saving
mr hunter gave the said Miranda an obligation to Jay baillerhache [SIGNATURE, SIDE]
deliver the said two pipes to mr Page, to this deponents
Jay baillerhache [SIGNATURE, CENTRE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
The 19th of July 1656
Touching the shipp the}
Transportation, whereof William
Twaits was late Master}
Alexander Symonds of Kings Lynne in the County of
Norfolke Merchant, aged 40 yeares or thereabouts, and
Charles Gander of Shadwell in the County of Middlesex
Shipwright, aged 36 yeares or thereabouts sworne
as in the Acts of Court, say and depose by
vertue of their oathes.
That the shipp the Transportation (whereof William Twaits was
Master) and whereof three eigthth parts were
lately condemmd by default in this Court) is in a perishing condition
and through want of tarring, splits and teares with the heate of the
sun, and opens and otherwise perishes, which they knowe further
they have on this day bin aboard her as shee is lying neere
Shadwell Dock, and [?veiwed] and found her to be in such ill condition
as aforesaid, and if shee lives longer shee will deteriorate and grow
daily worse and worse through want of calking and other necessarie
Both repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Alex. symond [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Charles gander [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]