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The 7th of March 1655. [CENTRE HEADING]
Alderman ffrederick and others against}
Keate and others. Budd. Smyth}
Explained upon the foresaid allegation
Captaine Edward Hall of the parish of Saint
Mary Magdalene Bermondsey in the County of
Surrey Esquire, aged 55 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
To the fifth article hee hath saith and deposeth that the direct way of
sailing from Salina trade of Cyprus for London is to course to
the Straights mouth, which hee knoweth having Long frequented those
parts in the way of navigation. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the sixth hee saith that in case the arlate George Hughes
at any other had sailed the Thomas Bonadventure or anyother shipp
in a right course with ffaire weather from. Salina trade to the Straights mouth or from
Zant and to the Straights mouth, have or they had had now made to have
come to Corsica, which hee knoweth for the reason aforesaid. and
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the seaventh article hee deposeth that the direct way of sailing
from Salina Roade of Cyprus and to the Straights mouth is
645 leagues or thereabouts, and that to saile from Salina roade
to Zant and thense to the Straights mouth is 662 leagues or thereabouts
which is 17 leagues or thereabouts out of the right way of sailing
from Salina Roade to the Straights mouth, which hee knoweth having
used those parte in sailing, and hath lately
received his cards and plats about the distances of the said places.
and other wise hee cannot depose.
To the 8th hee saith that the direct cause of sailing from Zant
to the Straights mouth is 400 leagues or thereabouts, and that to
saile from Zant to Corsica and thence to the Straights mouth
is 490 leagues or thereabouts, which is 90 leagues or thereabouts out
of the direct way of sailing from Zant to the Straights mouth.
and further that to saile from Zant to Ligone and thense to the
Straights mouth is further by 8 or 10 leagues or thereabouts, that to
saile from Corsica to the Straights mouth, yeelding a reason of
his knowledge as aforesaid.
To the nineth article hee saith and deposeth that from Salina
Roade in Cyprus to saile to the Straights mouth by the way of Zant
and so to Corsica is about 750 leagues, which is about 105 leagues
out of the direct way, of sailing from Cyprus to the Straights mouth, all
which which hee knoweth for the reason aforesaid. and otherwise hee cannot
upon the rest hee is not examined by direction of the producent.
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee cometh requested by the mr Chowne
and mr ffowke to testifie the tenth in this cause, wherein hee hath noe
interest at all, nor will it be any benefit or losse to him which of
the parties litigant soever prevailes or be worth more therein
To the second hee saith hee hath sailed by Cyprus but was never there
not at steeving of woolls, nor knoweth the manner of steeving cotton wooll
there. And otherwise hee cannot answer.