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this citie of London, and subiects of this Commonwealth, And
the said John Weekes further deposeth that hee sawe the summe
of foure hundred and fiftie pounds sterling really paid on the
behalf of the said Jacob Luce and Charles Corsellis, to the use
of the said Laurence Martel for the said vessell, and that hee the
said John Weekes as servant of the said Laurence received the said
summe from them to his use.
John Daniell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Samuel Vernon [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
John Weekes [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The seaventeenth of August 1657.
Affidavit: touching goods Laden
aboard the shipp Victory
John Gaultier Commander
Bertrand dibarbore of London Merchant aged 29
yeeres or thereabouts, sworne before the right Worshippfull John
Godolphin doctor of lawes one of the Judges of the high
Court of the Admiraltie of England.
Whereas on the tenth of June last hee hath in this Court made
affidavit touching goods laden aboard the shipp the Victory of
Saint Malo's, John Gaultier Commander, for the account of
John Jaques fforné and others, (as by the said affidavit whereunto
hee referreth it to be seene) Now hee saith and deposeth that hee
hath lately received a lettere of advice from his correspondents
Michaell Charpentier and John Reynault Merchants of Paris,
and there dated the 11th of this instant (new stile) wherein they
write that there is laden for their account upon the said shipp
the Victory at the Barr of Cadiz six bales of Roane linnens
from numbers 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38 marked R, and an hundred sixtie
foure peaces of bombazin of hamborough to be carried in the said
shipp upon her designed voyage for their said account.
Ben bar bore [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Michaell Charpentier and John Reynault (Merchants of Paris, correspondents of Bertrand Dibarbore, Merchant of London)
Bertrand Dibarbore (London merchant)
John Jaques fforné
C 2/ChasI/B130/43 Short title: Broughton v Barbore. Plaintiff: Broughton. Defendant: Barbore and others. Document type: Answer. 01 January 1625 - 31 December 1660
C 5/58/32 Short title: Dibarbore v Sadler. Plaintiffs: Bertrand Dibarbore. Defendants: Blount Sadler, [unknown] Hanson, and others. Subject: money matters, London or Middlesex. Document type: bill, demurrer. 1670