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had then another bale at his Disposall belonging to one John Cockerill
an English man as this Deponent likewise is. which said bale Contained
ffive Suffolke Cloathes. which cost with the Charges of shipping as this
deponment hath bin Credibly Informed by the said Cockerill, and as he verily beleeveth
the summe of 79:li 19:s sterling, both which said Bales this Deponent requested
his Precontest Mr John ffreeman the younger to lade on board the ship
the Salvadore whereof Claes wineshinke was Master to be Transported
in the said ship Directly to Dantzick and there to be Delivered
to this Deponents ffactor there, And the said Mr John ffreeman did lade
the same on board the said ship and Shewed this
Deponent a bill of Lading for the same. And saith that there were alsoe
a great Quantity of goods laden on board the said ship by the said
Mr ffreeman and other merchants, as this Deponent hath bin Informed
both by bills of Lading and otherwise, and were likewise to be
Transported directly to Dantzicke and saith that as hee hath bin Informed
and beleeveth the said shipper Claes wineshinke Contray to his Agreement
did not saile directly to Dantzick, but sailed through the Belt
and soe passed Middleford Sound and there paid noe Customes
(as this Deponent hath bin Credibly Informed) and from thence sayled to Sunderburgh
(where the said Claes lived) and there the said Claes and his ffather
Henry Wineshinke unladed the said goods into their owne house
and kept them there Concealed for severall dayes (as this
Deponent hath bn likewise Informed and verily beleeveth) which was soe done Contray
to the minde and good Likeing of this Deponent and Alsoe of ther= rest of
the Merchants as hee beleeveth and without their knowledge
And further cannot depose:/:

To the 3. and 4 hee saith that the said Goods after they had bin unladen
and Concealed for severall dayes as aforesaid were
seized on by the King of Denmarke or his Agents (as this Deponent
beleeveth) for non Payment of Custome And have bin soe
since detained by them from the said owners to the great Prejudice Losse and damage of the said Owners of the
same, And further cannot depose./.

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./.



The 30th of June 1659

William Wood Nicholas Bradley and}
company against henry Colquite}
Smith Suckley}

Examined on the allegation on behalfe of the
sayd Colquite./


George Barton of Barkeing in the County
of Essex Mariner aged twenty seaven yeares
or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that by reason hee
this deponent went Boatswaine of the arlate shipp the desyre (of
which the arlate henry Colquit was Master) the voyage in question
hee well knoweth that the saud shipp desyre did not in the sayd voyage
(which was to the Canaries) come into the place where the





Primary sources



PROB 4/2861 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Colquite, Henry, of Redriffe, Surrey. 22 October 1669