HCA 13/73 f.561r Annotate
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beleeveth and the said Josiah Burgis did at ffallmouth after the
said ships arrivall there lade and put on board her foure dozen and
a halfe of pickle Oysters and about twenty pounds weight of Tynn
which hee soe put onboard for his owne account, and hee was
the true and law full owner thereof and so accounted and this deponent saw the
said Burgis pay for the said Oysters. and there was alsoe then
and there laden onboard the said ship two hogsheads of Pilchards
which were laden in the Masters name but (as this deposeth hath bin Credibly
informed) the same did belong to the said Burgis and the
said ship Proceeded on her said voyage to Ciprevach Leghorne and the Coast
of Genoa, and the said Burgis did at Ciprevach sell the said Oysters
and Tinne and the said Pilchards were there alsoe sold by the master
of the said ship named John Plompton, and the said Burgis
sold his said hatts only on the coast of Vera which it on the Coast of Genoa, and hee the
said Burgis did with the Proceed of the same lade onboard
the said ship the said voyage on the coast of Vera One hogshead of Oyle and
a quantity of Rise , and at Legorne Eight barrells of Lepra frute
and three barrells of Anchovas, all which hee soe laded upon and
for his owne proper account and Adventure as this deponent doth
in Conscience beleeve, and hee the said Burgis was Commonly
accounted by the said ships Company to be the true owner thereof
and saith that soe soone as the said hogshead of Oyle was
stowed in the said ships hold the said Burgis borrowed this
deponents marking iron, and in this deponents presence did put the
letters I.B thereupon, being the first letters of his names. and hee
the said Burgis during all the voyage tooke care thereof
and after the arrival of the said ship in the River of Thames
hee entered the same in the Customehouse and cleered the
same there as this deponent hath bin credibly informed. And
saith that the foresaid John Plompton (the Owner of the said
ship did in the said voyage severall times before this deponent and
others of the said shipe Company acknowledge that the said
Hogsheads of Oyle did belong to the said Josiah Burgis The
Premisses hee deposeth being Cooper of the said ship and going
from houre the said voyage in her as Cooper of her, and soe continuing
for and during all the said voyage and an Eye and eare
witnes of the Premisses et alr. nescit ./
Ad 5.a nescit deponere./.
Ad 6.a refert se ad registrum hujus Curia./.
Ad 7.a nescit deponere./.
Ad 8.arefert se adjura:
Ad ultimum dicit preposita per [?XXX] esse vera./.
Sigmun dicti PT Pauli
Tucker [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Eodem die: [CENTRE HEADING]
Henricus Robson de Limehouse in com midds Nauta
aetatis 25 annorum aut [?cerciter] juratus et Examinatus
dicit prout Sequitur./