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informed by an oile man who bought the rest that was
brought home. [?More] an hundred fourtie and nine barrells of
anchov[?oe]s, which were worth and would then alsoe have yeelded to
be here sold fourtie five shillings per barrell, and of the
shipps [XXXX], tackle, furniture and appurtenance to the valew of
two hundred and fiftie pounds sterling sixteene shillings and sixe
pence. And saith that by meanes of the said seizure and detention
the said shipp lost a good market for her lading which shee brought
home, in regard other shipps in the meane while arived with the
same commodities, which they had not donne, in
all probabilitie if the said seizure had not happened, and
that the said owners the producents by the said losse of market
of the goods they brought home being twenty sixe tonnes and
an hundred and seaven gallons of oile were dammaged in the [?oiles] by that
said seizure the summe of eight pounds per tonne, and upon twenty
nine barrells of anchovas alsoe brought home, they were alsoe
dammaged in losse of market eighteene shillings per barrell
which was occasioned alsoe by the said seizure. And saith there
were silkes, sweet meates, rice and paper lost and embeazeld
by the said seizure, to the val[?ue] of twenty pounds sterling
And further that the said shipp the Parker frigot was Detained
under and by meanes of the said seizure the space of sixe weekes
and saith that the said owners have bin at charges in
[XXXg] to recover the said shipp and goods at Cadiz, and
for charges of fitting and provisioning of her instead of what
shee wanted and was deprived of by the said seizure, and for
the companies victualls and other necessarie expences, thae
summe of fiftie sixe pounds and seaven shillings sterling,
The totall summe of all with [?force] [XXXXed] dammages according as
this deponent hath cast the sume up amounteth to fifteene hundred
thirtie six pounds, tenn shillings and six pence, And moreover hee
saith the said shipp was well worth sixtie pounds per moneth
to bee imployed, and that the said [XXXXs] were over and above
the premisses dammaged by her said six weeks stay and losse
of imployment for that time, the summe of ninetie pounds
sterling in his this deponents estimation, yeelding a reason as
aforesaid, And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the eighth hee saith that upon their comming to Cadiz
hee heard it commonly said that there was pease and amitie
betweene this Commonwealth and the States of the United
Netherlands, and that the said pease was made before the
said seizure which seizure was upon the said thirteenth of May 1654
English stile; And otherwise referring himselfe to the articles
of teh said Pease, hee cannot depose.
To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Edward Harrison [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]