HCA 13/72 f.57v Annotate
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ánd being with her in Marget Roade at an anchor, and this deponent
and company hearing many guns goe off, and supposing they
might have occasion to stand in defence of the said vessell, and lading,
desired some powder to be brought aloft for the guns, whereupon
Edmund Lemmon that was aboard on behalfe of the Commissioners
for prize goods, having the key of the powder roome went
downe accompanied with William Tufnall another prize officer into the said powder
roome, and being there, they spent about an houre and
and halfe searching there, and at length under the br[XXXd] found a parcell of
Spanish tobaccoe of nine rolls, which they brought aloft
and said they beleeved the same had bin there hidd by the men
of the yarmouth frigot, And saith they tooke the said tobaccoe and
put the same into the prizes boate, and carried the same
the betwixt eleaven and twelve of the clock at night (of the
one and twentieth day or thereabouts of Aprill last) aboard the
ketch that was Convoy for bringing up the said prizes,
and soe the same was taken away by the said Lemmon and
Tufnall and disposed of by them. And saith the said
mr Lemmon and mr Tufnall spoke to and desired this deponent
and the company that they would take noe notice nor marke
any words of the taking away of the said tobaccoes, and to the
end the men should hold their peese concerning the same,
they the said Lemmon and Tufnall gave them five and twenty
shillings a peese, and when the shipp came to London they
gave this deponent three pounds in money, and praid him not
to speake of the taking away the tobaccoe aforesaid.
George Craynell [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The twelveth of June 1657.
A busines of exámination of Witnesses}
on the behalfe of Roger Phillips against one}
two and thirtieth part of the dover Marchant}
and against Peter Bultele. Smith.}
Exámined upon an allegation given on
the behalfe of the said Phillips.
Thomas Rodberd of the parish of Saint Buttolphs
Bellamsgate London Cheesemonger, aged 48 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and examined.
To the first and second articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth
that hee well knoweth the arlate Phillips who hee saith was the
time arlate Commander of the shipp the dover Merchant arlate
(which hee likewise well knoweth) and had the charge and command
thereof committed unto him by the arlate Bultele and the rest of
her owners, and that the said Bultele was the said time owner
of one two and thirtieth part of the said shipp and of her tackle and
furniture, and for such commonly accompted, which hee knoweth seeing the
said Phillips in the execution of the said command and this deponent being alsoe a
, and seeing the said Bultele was an owner at a meeting of
St Botolph by Billingsgate: Thames Strett Sowth Side:Thomas Ratburd (sic) 5 hearths"