HCA 13/71 f.418r Annotate
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The 3d of December 1656:/.
hopgood and others against the Stamboline}
aforesaid and against Hill}
Examined upon the foresaid Libell:/.
Robert Garrat of the parish of Alhallowes
Barking London, Waterman aged 56 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and Examined:/
To the first second third fourth fifth and sixth árticles of the said libell
and to the schedule annexed hee saith and deposeth that hee well
knoweth the shipp formerly called the Stamboline and nowe the
Ligorne factor, and well knoweth the arlate John Case who in the time
arlate was as hee saith Commander of the said vessell, and for such
commonly accounted, And likewise well knoweth the arlate Thomas
Abrahall, from whom hee saith hee this deponent being a waterman in or about the
moneth of Aprill 1654 carried aboard the said ship then called the
Stamboline, lying at Ratcliff crosse and outwards bound a boats lading
of such goods as are mentioned in the eighth schedule nowe read unto
him, and being as hee beleeveth the very same goods schedulated,
And all which hee saith hee received into his boate at Tower dock
by direction of mr Abrahallls servant who came along with the
cart that brought the said goods from the said Abrahalls shopp,
and saith the said goods (whereof the said Abrahall was to the time
of deliverie commonly accounted the owner) were received aboard
the said shipp by the officers thereof and to her use. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.
The marke [MARKE] of the said [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
The 13th of January 1656.
On the behalfe of Phillip dieu
[GUTTER ?du]prey and Henry West}
[?GUTTER touching] three ballotts of}
[GUTTER ?paper and one] ballot of Canvas}
John Samborne of Cane in Normandy Merchant aged
34 yeeres or thereabouts sworne before the right worshipfull 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 Phillip Dieu, John
du prey and henry West saith and deposeth
[THREE PETALLED FLOWER IN LH MARGIN]
To the first 2. 3. 4. and 5 Interrogatories hee saith and deposeth that about nine
monethes since (the time otherwise hee doth not nowe call to minde), the
interrogated Phillip Dieu having at Cane [XX] three ballotts of paper
marked as in the margent and one ballot of canvas of the
same marke (the numbers hee remembreth not) aboard a shipp there
riding whereof Bastian Pou[?t] was master, this deponent
bought the same goods of him the said Phillip (who to that time
was as hee beleeveth the owner thereof) for the account of John
du prey and henry West, from whom this deponent had received order
to buy such goods, and lade them for London, and this deponent bought
the same as their factor, under this P[?remise] that the said Phillip Dieu
should take his payment of and from the said du Prey and