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To the fifth and 6th hee saith that some of the other foure hundred
toba Potaccoes of tobacco (not laden by or claimed by the producent)
AD [LH MARGIN]
were marked SL, and some AD but howe many of each, or
the other markes hee remembreth not, it being soe longe since
the lading, but for the markes of the tobaccoes claimed by the
producent hee referreth himselfe to his former deposition made
in this cause. And saith that all the markes were as
hee beleeveth very firmely sewed to the Potaccoes, and
such as hee tooke particular notice of were firmely sewed
and that if this deponent and company, or any other that
would have bin carefull in the unlading, had had the unlading
of the said tobaccoes, they would and could have preserved the
markes intire, and fixed on the tobaccoes, but probably
since the seizure and rummaging and tugging of them
without care, severall of the markes may have bin brokin
or torne of. And otherwise hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid.
To the last hee cannot answere saving as aforesaid.
William Martyn [SIGNATURE, LH SIDE]
D, diego de Baton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin,
with his precontest.
The nineth of September 1657.
On the behalfe of John Andrew}
Zanardi, touching a losse in the Peter}
in a busines of Assurance}
Samuel damerel of Stepney Mariner
aged 36 yeeres or thereabouts, sworne and
before the right worshippfull John Godolphin doctor
of Lawes, one of the Judges of the high
Court of the Admiraltie and examined
upon Interrogatories ministred on behalfe of the said
Zanardi, saith as followeth.
To the second Interrogatorie (upon which alone hee is by direction of the
producent exámined) hee saith and deposeth that hee this deponent
in the shipp Sara (whereof hee was Purser) ariving in may last
was twelve moneth on a trading voyage in Tripoli, there found
the shipp the Peter interrate as alsoe William Williams her commander
and his company who were there detained in Captavitie, and having speech
with the said Wilmar and some of his company, this deponent was
informed by them that they had bin there about two monethes in slavery,
and that they were taken in the said shipp Peter with and her lading comming
from Smyrna bound for Venice, and by Tripoli men of warr
and brought up to Tripoli, And saith Captaine Sammon commander
of the Sara, redeemed the said Wilmar and his mate with money, but for
the shipp and lading hee saith they were and are utterly lost to the owners
being taken away and disposed of by the Tripoli men, And further cannot depose
ssam:ll Damerell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
PROB 18/6/3 Prerogative Court of Canterbury: Allegations. Probate lawsuit Damerell v Baker and Larbe, concerning the deceased Rachael Hall, widow of Stepney, Middlesex. Allegation and interrogatory 1673
PROB 18/5/78 Prerogative Court of Canterbury: Allegations. Probate lawsuit Damerell v Baker and Larbe, concerning the deceased Rachael Hall, widow of Stepney, Middlesex. Allegation and interrogatory 1673