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Boutill and Samuel Micó, And hee saith hee alsoe very well
knoweth the shipp the Lyon Interrate (William Greene Master)
and was Supra cargo of her at the time of her taking
And otherwise hee cannot answer:/:

To the second hee saith hee well knoweth the reputed owners
6of the said shipp, who (were and are Mr Thomas Parris, Mr John Ray,
Mr Nathaniel Herring, Mr James Drawater, Mr Joseph Hamon
Mr William Cockrof Mr William Boutil, and Mr James Napper,
which Napper was the true and lawfull owners of an Eighth part of the
said shipp, tackle and furniture.

To the 3d. and 4th hee saith the said shipp was last at the Port of Saint
Remo in the Revero of Genoa, before her taking and saith
she set sayle from thence, on or about the 12th of January
last, (old stile), bound for Amsterdam, and saith hee the said Napper had
on board at and after the second day of September 1656
an Eighth part of foure thousand three hundred and sixty
kentalls, of drye Newfoundland ffish which was discharged of
Genoa, and saith this deponent tooke aboard at Newfoundland by the order of the
said James Napper (,which hee verily beleeveth was for the said Nappars
sole accompt about Eleven kintalls, and a halfe of drye ffish, as a
private Adventure which this deponent sold at Genoa, and Invested
the said Money in Corrall beads by his order, to the about
the vallue of thirty two peeces of Eight, which were in this deponents
Custody at the time of the said shipps taking, And
hee the said Napper alsoe had an 8th part interest in 2000 peeces of 8: delivered
the ffreighters of the said ship, which money was to be receaved
with the ffreight, at her Arrivall in Amsterdam, which
and was utterly lost, together with the said shipp: and otherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the 5th hee saith hee well knoweth that the said shipp the Lyon was taken
and surprized by two men of warr, which belonged (as this deponent
beleeveth) to Saint Sebastians in Spaine, and saith shee was
taken at sea, about 40 Leagues west of Ushent, and was
carryed by the said men of warr to Saint Sebastians aforesaid, and
hath credibly heard shee was there Condemned and sold, at Brig
and verily beleeveth there hath bin noe manner of satisfaction
made to the said James Napper for the same The [XXXXX {TORN PAPER}]
deposeth being Supra cargo aboard the said shipp at the time of {TORN PAPER}

To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and otherw{ise he cannot}

Repeated before doctor Godolphin

Richard Biles [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


Primary sources



PROB 11/320/440 Will of Sir Samuel Mico, Mercer of London 24 May 1666