HCA 13/72 f.84r Annotate
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Upon the third day of August 1657.
appeared personally John de vos of the parish
of Saint Buttolphs Algate London marriner, aged
two, and fiftie yeares, or thereabouts, and made
oath upon the holy Evangelist that he the said
John de vos was, and is, master of a certene shippe
called the Golden ffox of London, and that by the
particular and expresse order and authoritie of
Gaspar ván Cullen, Jernonimo ván Cullen
and John Tilley merchants (who was the
true, and sole owners of the said shippe) d[XXXXX]
unto, and given unto him for sale of the said
shippe, her tackle, apparrell, and furniture, he
hath by bill of sale signed, and sealed by him the
said John de vas, and by him delivered as his
act and deed, and duely executed (which bill
of sale beares date the thirtith day of July
1657) for and in consideration of the sume of
one thousand and fower
hundred pounds of good, and lawfull money
fl[XXX]and, really and truely sold the said
shipe, and her tackle apparrell, and furniture
unto Peter vanderputt and Lucas Lucy of
London merchants, whoe was and are subiects
of the Common wealth of England, and
for such comonly accompted, and that the said
sume of one thousand and fower hundred
pounds hath bene really, and truely paid
and satisfied unto him the said John de vas
for the use of the said Gusp, and
Jeronimo van Cullen, and John