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that one of the King of Denmarkes Council told this Deponent that
hee durst give him sixty pounds per Cent for the said Goods, And
lastly saith that hee sawe the said Henry Winskinkes said originall
Petition, and hath a Copy thereof. And further cannot depose.

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true:



The 29th of June 1659:

Examined on the said Allegation:


Phillip Travers of London Merchant
aged 44 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and
Examined saith and Deposeth as followeth

To the first and second articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
thatin the monethes of October and November 1653: hee this Deponent
being the arlate Phillip Travers) was the true and Lawfull owner and
Proprietor of three bales of Suffolke Cloathes which cost this deponent with
Charges of Shipping them 176: li 2: s And this Deponent alsoe then had in
his hands ffoureteene Bales containing 66 Suffolke Cloathes, which belonged
to some of this Deponents ffreinds in the Country (who are English men and
subjects of this Comonwealth as this Deponent likewise is) which said 14 bales
Cost with Charges of shipping as this Deponent is Credibly Informed by them, and as hee
verily beleeveth 943: li. And ffive Bales Containeing five and
twenty Suffolke Cloathes. which did alsoe belong to his said ffrends
and they cost with Charges of shipping, as this Deponent is Credibly Informed
by them, and as hee verily beleeveth 329: li. And this Deponent
had the mannagement of the Packing the said goods, and paid the Customes
and all other Charges of the shipping the same, aboard the ship hereafter
named, and had bills of Lading from the Master for the same:
And saith that in the said moneths of October and November 1653 the arlate
John ffreeman the elder, and John ffreeman the younger were Owners
and proprietors of severall Bales of Goods: and had severall other
in their Custody which did belonge to other English men which cost with the Charges of Shiping
(as this Deponent is Credibly informed) the summe of 1510 li 16 s sterling or
thereabouts, All which said Goods as well those which this Deponent was
owner of and had in his Custody belonging to his ffreinds as the said
Bales of Goods which the said Mr ffreemans and other English men
were owners of as aforesaid, amounting to the vallue abovesaid
were all of them really and truely laden on board the shipp the
Salvadore of Sunderbergh whereof Claes [?Wineshinke] was Master
This Deponent beeing one of them shipped of and saith that the sayd Mr
ffreeman had bills of Lading for the said Goods which hee shipped
as aforesaid for himselfe and other English merchants. And
saith that one Jacomo Tasse of Dunkirke is mentioned in
all the said Bills of Lading to be the Owner of the foresaid goods
but the same was done Colourably to save the said goods from seizure
by the Dutch. And the same did all really belong to Englishmen
and subjects of this Comonwealth, as aforesaid:/: And saith that all
the foresaid goods
were to be Transported in the said Ship Salvadore from hence to Dantsick and
there the said [?XXXX] was to Deliver the same to the ffactors of this Deponent
and the Merchants aforesaid, according to the Consignements; And


Primary sources



SP 46/98/fo6-7 Petition to the Lord Protector of John Freeman, Senior and Junior, and Philip Travers on behalf of themselves and other merchants whose goods have been detained since 1653 by the King of Denmark, for a letter to be written to him: 1656 Subscribed: Referred to the Privy Council; 6 Mar. 1655/6. Endorsed: Ordered; 29 Apr. 1656