HCA 13/72 f.170v Annotate
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To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee cometh to testifie the truth in this cause
at the instance of one (whose name hee knoweth not) that followes the
busines for the said Cox, which Cox hee hath knowne about foure
yeares and a halfe, but doth not know Norbrooke, and saith hee
favoureth the parties indifferently, And otherwise negatively.
To the second hee saith hee doth not knowe the name of the said shipp
out of which the said Cox was soe impressed as aforesaid, and
that hee this rendent was a common man in the Marston Moore
To the third hee saith the said Captaine Mings at the Barbadas the
said voyage pressed severall man out of other shipps, namely two
man out of Captaine Totties shipp, and otheres to the number of
tenn or twelve out of other shipps, the names whereof hee knoweth
not, and afterwards cleared five or sixe of them againe, and saith
hee saw the pressing of them and bringing of them aboard, but
hee doth not know the names of the men soe pressed, saving of two,
namely Mathais Tonelin and John hughesen, and saving the said Cox.
To the fourth hee saith that the said Captaine was going ashore
in his boate when hee soe called aboard. and pressed the said Cox,
and this deponent was then one of the boates crew and heard him
soe call, and saith that one Angell that was masters mate of the
said shipp wherein Cox was, being dischardged out of her came aboard
the Marston Moore and entred himselfe into her service, and
acquainted the said Captaine of the said Cox as being in the said
shipp, and when the Captaine went ashoare showed him the
said shipp, And otherwise hee cannot answer, saving hee cannot
conceive the said Cox should use any meanes to be pressed into the
said frigot which was going for Jamaica, of which voyage every
one was shie and willing to avoide if they could
To the fifth hee saith hee was present and saw the said Cox upon
his first comming aboard the Marston Moore and heard the said Captaine
bidd him welcome, and say, Thomas, I am glad I have you aboard
why could you not come without fetching, or to that effect, And
otherwise hee cannot answer saving his foregoeing deposition to which
hee referreth himselfe.
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin.
John Morris [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day.
Exámined upon the foresaid allegation.
Edward Collier of London Sailer, now lodging at the
goat in Cheapside, aged 23 yeares or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
To the third, fourth and fifth articles of the said allegation (upon which
hee is by discretion of the producent exámined) hee saith and
deposeth that hee this deponent was one of the Company of the
Marston Moore frigot the voyage wherein shee was lately at
the Barbades, where namely about Christmas last (as hee
remembreth the time) Captaine Mings commander of the said
frigot impressed the producent Thomas Cox to serve aboard her
And saith the said impressing happened to his remembrance as this
manner, the said Captaine Mings in this deponents hearing