HCA 13/72 f.173v Annotate
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and sold it to one of the officers (speaking of and meaning the said
Lemmon and the said other man) that came from London, and from
the time this deponent did not see the said bedd, nor knoweth hee
the valew thereof. And otherwise hee cannot depose, not knowing
ought of any Tortois shells conveyed or taken away.
To the fifth hee cannot depose.
To the 6th and seventh hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories here ministred
upon which alone hee is exámined by direction of the
the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee cometh ordered by mr
Goodwin of dover to this citie to be examined in this busines, and was
by him directed to mr desborow, who directed him to this Court, and
saith the said Mr Goodwin (telling this rendent that hee was ordered
to agree with this deponent for his charges and time in comming up
they agreed that this deponent should have fourtie shillings
for his charges in going up and downe and losse of his time, and
two shillings a day for the time hee should stay here about this
busines to be examined, and that mr desborow was to pay him
at the prize office, to whom this rendent had a lettre from mr
Goodwin, and saith hee never knew the said Lemmon and Tuffn[ulls GUTTER]
or either of them saving the time aforesaid, wherein they and hee
were about six dayes aboard the said prize together, and at Graves=
end this deponent went off her, and otherwise hee cannot answer
saving as aforesaid.
To the second hee saith that mr Goodwin of Dover or hee with others
came aboard and sealed up the hatches and scuttles of the said shipp
the Virgin Mary, and to his remembrance the said Lemmon
and that other man called Tufulls or Tufudt (sor some such name)
were then aboard, but whether they came aboard with mr Goodwin
or were aboard before hee knoweth not, and saith the said seales
were firme and unbroken up for ought hee
knoweth to the contrary when hee this deponent soe left the said
shipp at Gravesend, only hee saith that the same day next
proceeding the night wherein the said boate carried away the foresaid
goods as hee hath predeposed, namely about one or two of the clock
in the after noone, this deponent having bin asleepe on the forcastle
and being awaked with a noise of knocking, saw some of
the seamen opening of coker nuts by knocking, whereupon hee
asked them where they had them, and was answered by them that
they had bin below for powder and that the scuttle was opened
and unlocked for such their going downe by the Commissioner
(speaking of and meaning the said Lemmon or Tufnell or Tufudt
and that they saw Powder that was fetcht from below, and
saith the said mr Lemmon had the keyes as hee was informed from the
hands of mr Goodwin.
To the third hee saith there were many men of Captaine Markes