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all the said goods and Merchandizes belonging to the said Humphrey
and Mathias Adington, were and are utterly lost to them, without
any recompence or satisfaction for the same, And further hee
cannot Answer:/:

Repeated before doctor Godolphin:

Joseph Bankes [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 18th of January 1657.

Rp. 2.

Edward Colston of Allhallowes the Wall
London Merchant, aged 21: yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined as aforesayd./.

To the first, second, and third Interrogatories, hee saith that hee
very well knoweth the Interrate Robert Bankes, who was
Master of the Interrate ship the Valentine of London, at such
time as shee was last in the River of Thames, And
saith that shee was then directly bound from this Port
to Porto in Portugall, And that the Interrtae humphrey
Aldington, and Mathias Aldington, did before her departure
from this Port, on the said Intended Voyage, lade, or cause
to be laden aboard the said ship, for their owne proper
Accounts and Adventure, a good quantity of goods and
Merchandizes, namely the said Humphrey, one bale
Containeing thirty peeces of Perpetuanas
and one Hatt and a small box, both Containeing forty two dozed
of mens; and twenty nine dozen of womens, and Childrens
woosted stockings, All which Merchandizes, together with the Charges
of dying, Packing, and shipping, really and truely
Cost the said Humphrey 200: li at the least; And saith there was laden, or
caused to be laden aboard the said ship by the said
Mathias Aldington, 6: Bales, containeing ffifty peeces
of Perpetuana's, and twenty peeces of Longe Bocking Bayes
which Six Bales, together with their Charges in Shipping and
otherwise, really cost the said Mathias: 300: li and upwards
all whoch hee knoweth to be true, living with the
said Humphrey, And Mathoas Aldington, and Perusing
their bookes of Accompts, and factories, wherein the said
goods were entred, And further saith that the said goods
were to be transported in the said ship, from this Port of
London, to Porto aforesaid, for the onely proper use and accounts
of them the said Humphrey, and Mathias, And further hee cannot


Primary sources



C 6/389/59 Short title: Colston v Wyndham. Plaintiffs: Edward Colston merchant of London. Defendants: Mary Wyndham widow, Sir John Trevelyan baronet, of Nettlecombe, Somerset, Thomas Drewe esq, of Broadhembury, Devon, James Sheppard gent, of Honiton, Devon, Amos Bampfield esq, of Culverhayes, Somerset, Arabella Bampfield (alias Arabella Wyndham) his wife, Amos Grymes clerk, Sarah Grymes his wife, Christabella Wyndham, Joanne Wyndham, Frances Wyndham, Elizabeth Wyndham, Carolina Wyndham the younger, Carolina Wyndham the elder and Shem Bridges clerk of the court of Chancery. Subject: A bill of revivor to recover £5500 lent to Edmund Wyndham, of Kentsford, Somerset, deceased, on the security of a mortgage: property in Kentisbeare, Devon; Payhembury, Devon; Clyst Hydon, Devon; Catchanger, Fifehead, Somerset; Isle Abbotts, Somerset; Talaton, Devon; Chalcott, Stogursey, Somerset; Edston Farm, Stogursey, Somerset and Cockand, Stogursey, Somerset. Document type: bill, answer. 1697-1698

C 6/391/76 Short title: Colston v Earl of Westmorland. Plaintiffs: Edward Colston esq, Papworth Gidney merchant, of London, Mary Gidney his wife, George Gooday stationer, of London, Stafford Fairbourne gent and Dorothy Fairbourne his wife. Defendants: Gregory Hascard clerk, Dean of Windsor, Edward Austin esq, of Bexley, Kent, Rachel Fane Dowager Countess of Westmorland, guardian and Vere Fane Earl of Westmorland infant. Subject: Settlement of the will of Vere Fane Earl of Westmorland, deceased and the payment of his creditors, the plaintiffs, to whom was owed £12000 on mortgages and bonds: property in Baker Farm, Mereworth, Kent. Document type: bill, two answers, certificate. 1695