HCA 13/71 f.591v Annotate
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tonnes (or there abouts) with three peeces of ordnance and eighteene men,
severall bales of Roane linnens, thredd and silk laces of Paris,
bombazin, Taffata's of Grenada, box combes and diverse other
Merchandizes, amounting all together with the charges of the said shipp
(which belongs to the said John James fforno) to the summe of fowrscore thousand livers
Tournois, to be carried and transported in the said shipp to Cartagena
in the king of Spaines dominion in the West Indies.
there to be vended and invested in silver and other Indian commodities
for the same account and adventure of the said John James
fforno, Michael Charpentier, and John Reynault, who (as hee saith GUTTER
they write) caused the said Captaine and his Company to be put on
board the said shipp, because the king of Spaine or his officers will not
suffer any other (but Spaniards) to goe to his dominions in the Indies
And that assoone as the said shipp is or shalbe dispatched from the said port
of Cadiz on the said voyage, they expect a perfect Invoice of the said
lading for their account, which (if occasion shall require) they will cause
to be produced to this Court. And lastly that the said shipp in her retourne
from the West Indies is by them intended to be manned at the Canaries
with Hollanders, (if occasion shall soe require) and brought to some
of the ports of England or ffrance,
B di' barbore [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
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