HCA 13/73 f.50r Annotate
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To the 5th and 6th hee saith that about the moneth of march
last the said Producent, did hire and take to ffreight of
and from Mr Richard fford Merchant of this City (as hee
verily beleeveth) by Charterparty: the arlate ship the Saint
Laurence. Peter Bennewijisent Master to goe to the Canaryes to
Lade wines and other goods and to returne to this Port againe
and saith that hee this deponent hath severall times paid summes
of money (by the Producents order) to Mr ffords man for mr fford for freight
of the said ship Saint Laurence, and further cannot depose./.
To the 7th and 8th hee saith that after the hyring of the said ship Saint Laurence
the sayd Producent at this Port caused to be laden on board her for his owne
account about, sixteene bales and Caskes of severall goods marked and numbred some
[FIRST MARKE, LH MARGIN]
with the first marke and numbers in the margent and the rest marked
and numbred with the second marke and numbers in margent
[SECOND MARKE, LH MARGIN]
to be Caried and Transported in the said ship to the Canaryes.
and there delivered to the said Alvarado the ffactor of the sayd
Producent, And saith that the said goods were worth, and Cost
here, about five or six hundred pounds sterling, And saith
the said Producent sent letters in the said ship Saint Laurence directed
to the said Alvarado, wherein hee did advise him, that hee the
said Caseby had sent goods to him the said Alvarado, and
desired him to barter or sell the same
and with the proceeds thereof or other goods which hee had in
his hands belonging to the said John Caseby, to buy or provide
wines and other goods, and to send the same in the said ship
Saint Laurence, for his the said Alvarado sent letters to the said
Mr Caseby in the foresaid Susan ffrigot, wherein the said Alvarado
wrote that the ship the Saint Laurence was arived at the
Canaryes. and that hee had received the goods which came
in her for the account of Mr Caseby, and alsoe his Letter and would Provide
and lade what goods hee could on board her for the said
Mr Casebyes account or to that effect and Purpose. And having
now perused the Bills of Lading to the said Allegation Annexed
hee saith the same was really signed, in this deponents presence on or about the day of the [?XXXXX] thereof
by the sayd Peter Bonnewijsent, and saith it is one of the said three
bills. which were signed for the said Goods sent outwards in the foresaid
ship Saint Laurence, and saith that those Goods mentioned in the
said bill which were marked and Numbred with the the first marke
and Number in the said Bill were Laden aboard the said Saint Laurence
for account of Mr Lingham Merchant of this City, and those
of the second and third markes and Numbers in the said bill
namely of the marke and numbers aforeasid, were Laden
aboard the said ship, for the account of the said Mr Caseby and