HCA 13/72 f.330r Annotate
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after the landing, and before it was housed, and sent away
the rest (of what hee soe sent away as aforesaid) in the space of sixe
or seaven weeke after, and sent it all away (saving the said
seaven tonnes) in a matter of eight weekes after such landing
thereof. But the name of the shipp the said oiles came home
in hee knoweth not,
And saith the said sixteene or seaventeene tonnes were soe
sent away before any of the oiles were put into a warehouse,
and the rest were put into warehouse, whence the rest (of
what was aforesaid sent) were sent away. And otherwise hee
cannot anwer saving as aforesaid.
To the fifth hee saith hee knoweth not what difference there
was in the said oiles, saving that some were whiter than other.
And otherwise hee cannot depose for hee doth not know Captaine
To the 6th hee saith the said Barfoote was Cooper of the said
oiles, and as Cooper looked to them, after their landing, and
was the man that put the said seaven tonnes in a warehouse and after they
had laine about fourteene monethe at the Stillyard and that noe body would move them they
were disposed of by the said Barfoot. And otherwise saving
as aforeaid hee cannot anwer.
The marke of
O Barth. Cuff. [MARKE, RH IE]
The same day.
Examined upon the foresaid libell.
Thomas Roots of the parish of Greate Allhallowes
London Porter, aged 29 yeares or thereabouts sworne
To the seaventh, 8 and 9th articles (upon which alone hee is by
direction of the partie producent examined) hee saith and
deposeth that betwixt Bartholomew tide and Michaelmas last
was twelve moneth (as hee remembreth the time) there was
a parcell of oiles brought in lighters and landed at the
Stillyard key, amounting (as the common report and estimate of
the quantities then and there was) to fiftie seaven tonnes, and
saith that in a matter of six weekes space or thereabouts
after the said landing all the said oiles saving seaven tonnes or
thereabout, were sent away by the arlate Edmund halley and
his order some to one place and some to others, which hee knoweth
because hee this deponent wrought as a porter in the said landing
and helping to loade the said oiles away, and the said mr
halley who imployed him paid him and other for their paines
And for the said seaven tonnes that were
left, the said mr halley declared and said that they were left
for Captaine Thomas, and saith the said seaven tonnes were put afterward by mr
Barfoote into a warehouse, noe body else looking after them. And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
"London Hearth Tax: 1662: In the Third precinct of the parish of Alhallowes the greateThomas Root 0 hearths status: j"