HCA 13/72 f.88r Annotate
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to goe master of her when shee should be brought;
And saith that about May last the said kendall
Michelson and company aforesaid sent an hundred and sixtie hogsheads
of tobaccoe to Amsterdam from Virginia by this deponent who went
passenger therewith in the a shipp called the Angall of Yahall,
and had the disposall of it for
their account. And this deponent ariving in the beginning of
July last with the said tobaccoe at Amsterdam, and not finding a good
marke presently, but having a speedie occasion to come for England,
hee left the said Tobaccoes with Abraham Janss of Gracht in Holland
with order for him to sell the same and buy a shipp therewith for
the said kendall and company, and shortly after this deponents
comming over, hee received lettres from the said Janss purporting
that hee had bought a shipp with the proceeds of the said
tobaccoe, for the said kendall and company which hee wrote was formerly called the Shepard but nowe the Northampton and sent this
deponent the bill of sale of and for the same, which this deponent hath
nowe in his custodie, and is shortly to goe to Amsterdam to
take possessipn of the said vessell for the foresaid account,
Wm Whittington [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
On the 26th of August 1657.
William Greene Master of the}
shipp the Sixe Brothers against}
William ffisher Merchant}
Upon an articulate allegation given
in and admitted on the sayd Greene's behalfe.
Thomas Greene of Mary Magdalen Bermondsey
in the Burrough of Southwarke Mariner, aged
about 34 yeares, a wittnes produced, sworne
and exámined deposeth as followeth Videlicet./
To the first article of the sayd alleagation he deposeth
and saith that he very well knoweth the arlate shipp the
Sixe brothers he the deponent having gone Bozen in her
two voyages and Masters=Mate two other voyages, whereof
the voyage allegate was the last and that thereby
or by reason therof he the deponent well knoweth that
the arlate William Greene the producent did goe Master and
Commander of the sayd shipp in all the sayd voyags (sic) and
especially in her last voyage videlicet in the months of January
ffebruray and march 1656 and alsoe in the monthes of
March, Aprill, May, June July and August 1657, The
premises he deposeth for the reason aforesayd And
further he cannot depose.
To the second and third articles of the sayd allegation he
deposeth and saith that the sayd shipp the Sixe Brothers being
at Porto Port in Portugall about Aprill last past did