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away with the longe boate, those whome the two smale boates were
not able to receave must of necesssity have perished with the shipp,
by which meanes the shipp hercules and her gunnes tackle furniture
and provisions were seized by the dutch (after the Captaine and her Company
that stayed with him (all save fower or five which remayned aboard because
the boates would not hold them) had left the shipp, and the dutch by that
meanes possessed them selves of her, and gott her off from
ground, and carried her away, to the hreat iniurie of
this Commonwealth, and to the strengthening and assisting of the
enymye, which had not happened if the sayd persons had not gone
away with the long boate, for if they had stayed with the long boate the sayd
Captaine might with safety have put his designe into act of fyring or
sinkeing the sayd shipp, and yet hee and all his Company might with
the helpe of the sayd long boate and the sayd two other boates have all come
safe to shoare and prevented the shipps falling into the hands of the enymye
and further to those articles hee cannot depose./

To the 9th hee saith the hercules the tyme arlate was a shipp of
fower hundred tonnes burthen and upwards and had thirty fower
gunnes and good store of provisions with provisions for about sixe monthes for and hundred and fifty men aboard, which shee had
newly taken in at Portsmouth, And saith in his this deponents
Judgment the sayd shipp and her tackle and furniture gunnes and provisions
were at the tyme of their seizure worth fower thousand pounds sterling
or thereabouts And further hee cannot depose./

To the last article hee saith hee hath heard and beleeveth that the hercules
was by her Owner lett to freight to this Commonwealth for a
shipp or warr And beleeveth the state would have given her
owners satisfaction for her if shee had bin destroyed in their
service and not suffered to come into the enymies hands as
prize And further hee cannot depose./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

John ffytzherbert [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 7th day of Aprill 1658/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Blake against Page}
Suckley Smith}

Examined upon an allegation given in on the behalfe of
Sydrack Blake in the second place And dated the 23th of
October 1655/



Arthur Ingram of London Merchant aged forty one
yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet.

To the 8th article of the sayd allegation upon which alone hee is by
direction examined hee saith that hee this deponent being in the Island
of Teneriff when the shipp the Industrie was there the voyage in question
which was in the yeare one thousand sixe hundred fifty fower hee this
deponent did agree with the arlate Gowen Paynter the father in lawe of
the arlate Page for tonnage of forty pipes of wine (which this deponent
had ready to lade for his owne and his Companyes Account which



Arthur Ingram

"Hearth Tax, 1666

St. Dionis Backchurch: Fanchurch Street north side

Sr Arthur Ingram 20 hearths"[1]


Primary sources



PROB 11/367/477 Will of Sir Arthur Ingram of City of London 26 September 168
  1. 'Hearth Tax: City of London 1666: St Dionis Backchurch ', London Hearth Tax: City of London and Middlesex, 1666 (2011), viewed 25/12/13