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sayd Master alsoe defrayed the charges of Careening of her
and alsoe of warpeing of her up to Jambee and of bringing her downe
thense to Qualla againe and there searching for the causes of her
leakinesse by the Carpenter of the shipp Endimion which hee there procured
to that purpose but what the sayd charges amounted to hee knoweth
not And further hee cannot answere/

To the 4th hee saith that the sayd shipp the Golden Cock did continue
tight and staunch and in good condition for the first eighteene moneths
after her departure from Gravesend and hee beleeveth and in deede knoweth
that shee was fitt to have come from the Indies for England
soe shee might have come from thense tyme enough
to have returned to England by the expiration of the sayd
eighteene moneths and in case shee had come thense soe as to have
finished her voyage to England within the sayd eighteene moneths
hee (and as hee beleeveth all the rest of the sayd shipps company)
would willingly have adventured home for England in her And
further hee cannot answere/

To the last Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth that the sayd Master of the Golden
Cock hath since his goeing out from England paid to the shipps Company money in Royalls
of eight at five shillings every peece of eight and delivered to them
some peeces of damnified cloth in part of their wages as by
an Accompt under the hand of the sayd Chappell the Master sent
by this deponent and by him delivered to the sayd Maurice Thompson
and still remayning as hee beleeveth in the hands of the sayd Thompson
or of the sayd John Page and Thomas Canham or one of them doth
and may more particularly appeare of them that receaved th[at GUTTER]
hee at present remembreth not but for more certaynty therein hee
referreth him selfe to the sayd Accompt remayning in the hands
of the sayd Thompson Canham and Page or one of them. And
further hee cannot answere/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/



The last of November 1657.

Greene and others against}
the Edward and John and}
against Balder{rew} and others}

examined upon the foresaid allegation given in on the
behalfe of the said Baldrew.

vide jus A4:


Robert Gale of London Merchant aged 46 yeeres or
thereabouts sworne and exámined.

To the first and second árticles hee cannot depose saving what followeth

To the 3 article and schedules therein mentioned now showne unto him
hee saith and deposeth that hee well knew monsieur du Colbrant wh[ose GUTTER]
name is subscribed to the first schedule, and knew him to be Gr[effier GUTTER]
(or Registrar) of the Admiraltie of dunquirke,
and before that Secretary to the Marquis de feda Admirall of [the GUTTER]
for the king of Spaine in fflanders and Governour of dunkirke
in which offices hee beleeveth the said Marquis still continueth
and saith that this deponent at the life time of the said Colb[XXX GUTTER]



Robert Gale


Primary sources


POSSIBLE MATCH PROB 11/297/351 Will of Robert Gale 10 April 1660
PROB 11/447/508 Will of Robert Gale, Merchant of London 31 October 1698

PROB 11/433/325 Will of Thomas Canham, Merchant of London 05 August 1696