HCA 13/72 f.57r Annotate
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thing that Merchants use to arrive at and looke at in freighting shipps
for the voyage betwixt London and those places, All which hee knoweth
because hee this deponent as a factor lived twelve yeeres at Bilboa
on the said coast with Saint Sebastians, and hath thereby bin well acquainted
with affreightments and the produce thereof and practice of merchants
therein betwixt those places and London, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
John Wheake [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Exámined upon the fore said allegation.
George Barons of London Marchant, aged 31 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the fourth article hee saith that the usuall expectation of
Merchants in freighting shipps from this port for Saint Sebastians
and Bilboa is to make their maine profitt in the
homewards freight thense, having little expectation of proffit out wards
and this hee saith is generally observed amongst merchants trading
betwixt London and those parts, and were it not for the homewards
proffit in freights to London from those parts, hee beleeveth there
would bee noe shipps freighted thense thither, for hee hath as hee
saith knowne severall shipps that have made but an hundred
or an hundred and fiftie pounds freight hens to Bilboa, but thense
to this port in their homeward voyage, have made some eight
hundred, some nine some a thousand pounds freight
and some more, All which hee soe knoweth having for sixe
yeares and upwards lived as a factor in Bilboa (about fifteene leagues from Saint Sebastians) and observed the
course and practice of Merchants in the use aforesaid, And further
that tenn shillings per tonne freight is usuall for the outwards
voyage thense, but the [?XXXX] freight is made homewards, and this
hee saith is publique and notorious. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
George Barons [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated with his precontest before
The nineth of June 1657.
Touching Tobaccoes taken out}
of the Virgin Mary prize}
Da Rosar for the State.}
George Crapnell mariner, Master of the Essex
frigot in the imediate service of this Commonwealth
sworne in Court before the right worshippfull John Godolphin doctor of lawes
Charles George Esquire - Judges of the
high Court of the Admiraltie saith and deposeth
by vertue of his oath.
That the shipp called the Virgin Mary and All Saints of Cartagena being
by the yarmouth frigot taken as prize and brought into the downes,
where this deponent master of the Essex frigot and nineteene more of
the Essex frigots company were there put aboard her to bring her up to London
PROB 11/383/176 Will of George Baron, Merchant of Saint James Garlickhithe, City of London 14 May 1686. SEE Ancestry Digital Image