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by the meanes whereof shee was in danger of perishing with
her company, and was hurt and [?en]damaged
in her maste sailes, rigging and hull, to the valew of two hundred
pounds sterling or thereabouts, which had undoubtedly bin
avoided in case the said dutch had not soe stayed and hindered
her as aforesaid. yielding a reason as aforesaid.

To the twelveth hee saith that the said Abraham hill, John
Gregory, henry Crane and company by reason of the said
wrongs and hinderances soe donne them by the said dutch
shipps and companies, have in losse of time as aforesaid
deterioration of the said ship in her masts, sailes, rigging
and hull as aforesaid, and otherwise suffered losse and
damage to the summe of two thousand pounds sterling or
thereabouts in his estimation. And hee cannot
further depose.

To the 13th hee saith that Bantam afoeresaid is a place
to and at which the English have traded for many yeeres
namely (as hee hath bin credibly informed) for fourtie or fiftie
yeares last, and have not bin hindered that ever hee had heard till
about May 1656 that the dutch interrupted such their
freedom of trading there, and saith that by common repute
there hath bin an English factorie and severall English merchants
and factors there resident for all the time aforesaid. And
this hee saith is publique and notorious.

To the 14th article and the schedule annexed hee saith and
deposeth that hee this deponent was presenton the
day of the date of the said schedule namely the 21th of March
1656(57) aboard the said ship at Pulla[?gund] aforesaid, when
and where hee saw the arlate ffrederick Skinner, James
Bostock and Robert Cock subscribe the same with their respective
hands, and that the said Skinner was then Agent for the
English East India Company at Bantam, and the said
Bostock and Cock were English merchants there resident,
And saith the contents of the said schedule were and are true and
soe had and donne as therein is contained, yielding a reason of
his knowledge as aforesaid, and further doth not depose.



The nineteenth of August 1658

The claime of Vincent delabarr)
Thomas delaval, Michaell da haze,)
henry Reig[?n]ier, and company for the
Vincent now called the Elizabeth etcetera)

Examined upon an allegation
given in on the behalf of the
said dela Barr and others the
fourth instant.

Rp. 1

Humphrey Bourne of dover Mariner, aged
35 yeares or thereabouts a witnesse sworne
and examined.




James Bostock

Vincent Delabarr


Primary sources



C 2/ChasI/D38/51 Short title: Delabarr v Paige. Plaintiff: Delabarr. Defendant: Paige. Document type: [Bill and answer or answers] Short title: Delabar v Lawes. Plaintiffs: Vincent Delabar and another. Defendants: Anthony Lawes. Subject: money matters. Document type: answer. 1654

C 5/377/92 Short title: Hide v Delabarr. Plaintiffs: Silvanus Hide. Defendants: Vincent Delabarr, and John Delabarr. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, answer. 1650
C 5/378/52
C 5/408/35 Short title: Delabarr v Wormell. Plaintiffs: John Delabarr and Vincent Delabarr. Defendants: William Wormell. Subject: personal estate of the deceased John Kipp. Document type: bill, answer. 1655

C 6/18/32 Short title: Billingsley v Delabare. Plaintiffs: Richard Billingsley. Defendants: Vincent Delabare and Barbara Delabare his wife. Subject: manors of Siston, Gloucestershire, and Redwick, Magor, and Salsbury, Monmouthshire. Document type: bill, answer. 1659

C 6/64/35 Short title: Delabarr v Bayly. Plaintiffs: Vincent Delabarr. Defendants: Susannah Bayly spinster, Mary Goddard widow, Elizabeth Pendleton widow, Mary Pendleton spinster, James Smith and Mary Smith his wife. Subject: not specified, Middlesex. Document type: plea. 1671
C 6/200/27 Short title: Delabarr v Phillips. Plaintiffs: Vincent Delabarr and Thomas Delavall . Defendants: Isaac Phillips . Subject: money matters, Kent. Document type: bill only. 1660

C 10/30/142 Dame Christian Leigh widow v Vincent Delabarr: Bexley, Kent. Answer 1652
C 10/30/144 Dame Christian Leigh widow v Vincent Della Bare (Delabarr): Bexley, Kent. Bill and demurrer 1652


PROB 11/283/344 Will of James Bostock, now Chief Factor for the Honorable English East India Company in Manasser 13 November 1658
PROB 11/315/365 Will of John Delabarr, Merchant of London 02 December 1664
PROB 11/323/370 Will of Elizabeth De Haze alias Bulteel, Widow of Saint Giles Cripplegate, City of London 06 March 1667
PROB 11/328/4 Will of Mary Delabarre, Widow of London. 15 August 1668