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made before the Alcaldo of the port of Oratava in presence and
hearing of this deponent appeared)
was staved by the neglect of the Mariners of the shipp Industrie after
the same was in the tackle of the sayd shipp And that
as touching the staveing of the sayd pipe of wine in manner as in
the Interrogatorie is expressed hee cannot answere otherwise than negatively
And as touching the stowage Interrogate hee cannot answere/

Reeated before Collonell Cock/



The first day of September 1658:

The Lord Protector against a certaine shipp called the}
Saint Lawrence, (whereof Peter Binnewysent was and is}
Master) and the wynes and goods in the same taken}
by some of the shipps in the immediate service of this}
Commonwealth and against John Caseby and others}
coming in for their interest. Budd - Francklin}

Examined upon an Allegation
given in the Acts of Court
by francklin as Proctor
for the said John Caseby
and others, and upon nyne
bills of lading thereunto [XXX GUTTER]
and by him exhibited./


dt. ffrancklin

Peter Binnenwysen[?ts] of hoorn in holland
Mariners and Master of the said shipp the Saint Lawrence
aged 29. yeares or thereabouts a Wittnesse produced
and sworne before the right worshippfull John Godolphin
doctor of Lawes one of the Judges of the Admiralty saith
as followeth, to witt/

That the nyne severall Bills of lading to the said Allegation annexed
and now produced and severally and distinctly showne unto and [?XXX]
well observed by this examinate, to witt, the first bill of lading concerneing
forty five pipes of Canarie Wines and one hundred and thirty
bundles of salsaperilla, and the second bill of Lading annexed
wherein are mentioned nynety and fower pipes of Canary wyne, and one
hundred and sixty peeces of Campecha wood, and thirty bundles
of Salsaperilla, and two baggs of Cacao, and the third bill of
Lading expressing and importing fowerteene pipes of Canarie w[?ines]
and a fowerth bill of Lading being in English wherein are mentioned
five pipes of Canarie wynes, and a fifth bill of Lading mentioning
six blocks of silver, and a sixth bill of Lading mentioning two
blocks of silver, and a seaventh bill of Lading mentioning three
pipes of Canarie wynes and an eighth bill of lading mentioning 22. pipes of Canarie wines hee dooth upon due and distinct
inspection and observation thereof depose and declare , that all
and singular the said severall and distinct parcells and quantities
of wynes silver and other goods therein severally mentioned were

[+ extra line, unclear where it fits in] bill of lading mentioning 18. pipes of Canary wines and 49. sticks of Campecha and Braz[?XXX ?XXXX]



John Caseby


Primary sources



C 6/398/9 Short title: Clapham v Bevan. Plaintiffs: William Clapham merchant of London. Defendants: Robert Bevan merchant. Subject: An injunction to stop the defendant from proceeding against the plaintiff for the payment of his gaming debt. He lost at dice and trunktable whilst in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain and settled the debt there: mentions Don Allanso de Calderon, of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, Don Christopher Brackmonte merchant, of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain, John Caseby merchant, of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain. Document type: bill, answer. 1665