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other things on board her, to be transported in her upon his
Private Adventure but the Vallue thereof hee knoweth not
And saith that hee hath bin Credibly Informed that the said
Richard [?Vetmaker] alsoe laded a Private Adventure on board
the said Ship, And saith that the foresaid Cargoe and
Private Adventures being Laden onboard the said Ship shee
departed with the same onboard her in or about December
1657: The Premisses hee deposeth for that hee was the
foresaid time servant to the said Thomas Burton, who was
appointed by the rest of the said Owners to provideing the
foresaid Cargoe and this Deponent by the said Burtons
order received most of the same from the Persons from whom
it was bought, and went therwwith on board the said ship
and alsoe with his owne hands paid for a good part thereof and gave order for the payment for the rest and this
Deponent knoweth that the
said Partyes bought the said Ship, a little before the said
Cargoe ws put on board her And further cannot depose
saving hat hee hath bin Credibly informed that the said
Ship and the lading shee had in her were seized on the
Coast of Affrica in or about July 1658. by the Governours of
Angola and Bengall./.
To the 5th. hee saith that hee hath bin Credibly Informed by
Persons that have traded on the said Coast of Affrica that the
said goods would there have yeilded after the rate
of Tenne for one, And further cannot Depose.:./::
To the 6th. hee saith that hee hath bin credibly Informed both by an Inventary and otherwise that
the said ship did cost the said Owners at first the summe
of 1565. li and after they had bought her this Deponent knoweth that they paid
672. li 11. s 2. d or thereabouts for Sailes Cables, Anchors, Ropes
Ordinance, and other furniture and repaires done and bestowed upon
the said Ship, some of which money this Deponent paid by order of the said
Burton. And saith that there was Provisions and Victualls
here Laden on board the said Ship for the said voyage
which did amount unto 454. li 15. s 3. d or thereabouts. most part
of which this deponent by order of the said Thomas Burton
paid. And further cannot depose.
To the 7th. hee saith that for many yeeres last there hath bin and
is Peace and amity betweene this nation and
Portugall. and further cannot depose./:
To the 8th hee saith that the said Owners by reason of the
said Ships (sic) being seized with her Goods. have sustained
grat dammage and losse but howe much hee cannot
Estimate. And further cannot depose.
To the last hee saith that hee hath Credibly heard the Effect
arlate and further cannot Depose./:
William Jackson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]