HCA 13/73 f.140v Annotate
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To the 5th of the said Allegation (upon which alone hee is
by direction Examined) hee saith that the arlate
Henry Baldero, William Harris, and John Sheppard
were and are all English men Borne, and
Subjects of this Commonwealth of England, and live
in Holland meerely as Merchant Strangers and
not as Subjects of the States if Holland, neither
doe they beare any Offices in Holland, as Subjects
of the States of Holland doe use to beare, And that Baldero is one
of the Cheife Merchant Adventurers of England
The Premises hee deposeth for that hee this deponent
for about thirteene yeeres last hath bin Imployed
by the said Mr Baldero Mr Harris and Mr Sheppard
to Carry Goods upon their Account from hence to Holland, and to
severall other Ports and places, whether the said
Producents have ordered him to goe unto: And further
hee cannot depose./:
Repeated before Collonell Cock:
The marke of the
said Nich: N Jaspard/: [MARKE, RH SIDE]
[THE SECTION BELOW FOR WILLIAM MARTIN IS STRUCK OUT IN THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT]
The 30 day:
Examinined on the said Allegation:/.
William Martin of London Ship
wright, aged 39: yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined:/.
To the 5th article of the said Allegation hee saith hee
The 30th day of March 1659./:
Examined on the said Allegation./.
Thomas Helme of Lower Shadwelll
neere London, Merchant Taylor aged
58 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and Examined
To the Last Article of the said Allegation upon which alone hee is by direction
of the producent Examined, hee saith and deposeth that hee this deponent
hath well knowne the arlate John Thampson for theise [XXXX GUTTER]
yeeres last or thereabouts: and saith that about foure yeeres
since, the said John Thampson came to this deponent to his [house GUTTER]
in Lower Shadwell, and desired this deponent to provide him
Lodging, and accordingly this deponent did provide a Lodging for
the said Thamson at the house of Richard Nappar at Shadwell
Dock, neere this City of London, at which said Lodging and
at other Lodging neere this City, the said John Thamson
hath ever since had his residence, (saving when hee [?hath GUTTER]