HCA 13/72 f.70r Annotate
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for the same, and this deponent sawe and read them and thereby knoweth that
they were both of one tenour, and knoweth that they were true and reall.
And saith the said Antonio da ffonseca ffranca embarqued himselfe with the
said goods in the said shipp, which sett saile from Cartagena with the said goods
and other goods and the said ffonseca in her and other persons, in or about
the said moneth of ffebruary last, which hee knoweth because hee sawe the
premisses and alsoe embarked himselfe in the said shipp to come for Spaine
To the twelveth hee saith that the said shipp the Virgin Mary and all
Saints of Cartagena in her course from Cartagena aforesaid for the coast
of Spaine, was chased by two frigots of this Commonwealth
and afterwards seized and boarded by one of them, and that the said fourtie
nine potaccoes of tobaccoe, and sixe hundred sixtie and three hides
and foure chests of Tortoise shells were all then in her and were
alsoe taken and seized by the Captaine and company of the said frigot
and brought to the downes in the frigot in company of their said
shipp the Virgin Mary and All Saints, which was then brought up
into the River./
To the thirteenth hee saith that the said Antonio da ffonseca ffranca
was in the said shipp the Virgin Mary and all Saints of Cartagena at the
time of the said seizure, and had one of the said bills with him, as
alsoe his paper showing his service aforesaid as Alfarez under the
king of Portugall, as and alsoe his license and other papers for his voyage
from Angola and other documents of and touching his said lading brought
from Cartagena, all which hee had in his chest aboard the said shipp
saving some few of them hee carried about him, and saith that upon
the said seizure they were all taken away from him by the officers or
mariners of the said frigot, who broke open his chest and tooke
out all that were there, and his lettre case of papers out of his pocket
and sawe this deponent sawe them throw them over board into the
sea soe that the said producent is deprived thereof. And otherwise hee
To the fourteenth hee saith that twentie of the said fourtie nine potacoes
of tobacco, marked with the first mark in the margent, and twenty
nine potacoes (being the rest of the parcell) marked with th second
marke in the margent and the said five hundred sixtie and three hides
marked in the fleshie side with the third marke in the margent, and
the said foure chests of Tortois shells (upon each of which was written
(arcys) were all really and truely provided, laded an put aboard
the said shipp the Virgin Mary and All Saints of Cartagena with the goods
and effects of him the said producent and for his account, and that noe
Subiect of the king of Spaine hath any interest therein, which hee knoweth
for the reasons aforesaid. And further cannot depose.
To the fifteenth hee saith that after the bringing the said shipp into England
with her lading, the said producent being with this deponent and others