HCA 13/72 f.47r Annotate
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she wás in the late great storme predeposed of, they
were faine to heave over board/ some of the goods
then aboard her, And further he knoweth not to answere
To the 11th Interrogatory he answereth that the interrate Nicholas
Scidmore did by the division of the interrate Croford pilate
the sayd shipp from Penarth to Kings=road interrate
where the sayd shipp lay at ancor 3 or 4 dayes, but
it was because the sayd shipps company would not sayle
her for London acording to the intent and command of the
sayd Croford And further he cannot answeare./
To the 12th interrate he answereth that the interrate Croford
did (as this deponent beleiveth) send to his Owners at London
the news of their shipps being arrived at Kings roade but
not to the purpose interrate for that he saith the sayd
shipp was well able to have brought her Lading to
this port of London, as she then was, without any
repayring, And further he cannot answeare./
To the 13th he answereth that the interrate Mr Broadwick
came downe to Bristoll unto the interrate Captaine
Croford, and sayd he came from the Owners of the
sayd shipp, and that by the order of and directions of the
sayd Broadwick the goods were unladen at Bristoll
And further he knoweth not to answere./
To the fourteenth interrogatory he answereth that being the shipp
was at Bristoll where timber is cheape and better than here
at London, some small repayers were bestowd upon her
but he saith that without those repayers she might well
have come to London with her lading And further he
To the fifteenth interrogatory he answereth that the wind did blow
(at the time interrate= long enough to have brought the
sayd shipp in a way to have gott towards Milford, And
further he cannot answeare./
To the sixteenth and seaventeenth interrogatories he referreth himselfe
to his former deposition (and further he cannot answeare
To the eighteenth and nineteenth he referreth himselfe to
his former deposition and further he cannot answeare.
To the 20th he answereth that he hath received about
three months wags (sic), and that Mr Bradwick promised him this
Rendent when he was at Bristoll, that he showld receive
the rest of his wages here at London./
To the 21th Interrogatory he answereth that the shipp interrate
begann her voyage interrate from Gravesend on the fifth of
Aprill 1656, and that on that day the shipps Company
entred into full pay And further he knoweth not to answeare.
To the 22th he answereth that he expecteth nothing nor is he
promised anything for his this deposition.
To the 23d Interrogatory he answereth negatively
John [X]psonn [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./