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but the said Difference was Determined by the worshipfull Roger
ffowke, and the said Rosse, Southerne, and Bond; were
receaved aboard the said ship againe, and Continued
in her untill the said Disaster happened, saving the said
Rosse not being obedient to this deponents words and
Comands was by him this deponent put into the Guinney frigot
about three weekes before the said disaster happened. and
further cannot answer:

To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to his answer made to the
4th Interrogatorie in the first place; and further Cannot



Sims against Browne}

The 7th of March 1658

Examined upon the foresaid libell.

Rp. 2.

Joseph Lambell of London Marchant aged 43 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first, second and third articles of the said libell hee saith and
deposeth that hee well knoweth the producent John Syms, and saith
that about eleaven or twelve yeares since hee this deponent living in the
Iland of Teneriff and being correspondent of the said Sims, received a letter
from him dated at Lynn purporting that hee the said Sims in a shipp
whereof Captaine Belfore was commander had at Lynn in England laded for his
account and consigned to this deponent to be delivered at Oratava two
bales of stuffs, three XXXXXX one third part of the tenn thousand and eightie
pipe staves, and some pipe staves strippd and hooped and some nailes
and foure packs of linnen cloth, marked (to his remembrance) as in the
margent, And further hee cannot depose saving what followeth, it being soe
long since, and this deponents letters and dispatches being seized and taken away
at the Canaries upon the falling out betwixt this Nation and Spaine./

To the fourth, fifth and sixth articles hee saith and deposeth that upon the arrival
of the said shipp the time aforesaid at XXXXX and this deponents receipt of the said letter
(which came in the said shipp) hee this examinate sent the said Belfore order
to land the said goods soe sent by the said Simms and consigned to this examinate
but received answer that they were all landed by the said Captaine amongst
goods of one Mr Carling before such time as this deponents said order came
unto him, Whereupon this deponent went to the Custome house at
Oratava to take order about receiving them, but found, only
packs of linnen cloth which hee received ?and hath wXXX XXXXX XXXX the XX interr XXX XXXX mr SXXXXXX but for the rest of the said goods
before mentioned, hee saith they were missing or XXXing, and though this
deponent used much endeavour to finde them out and receive them hee could by
noe meanes come by them, the said master having otherwise disposed them
and conveyed them into other hands, and keeping himselfe purposely aboard
that this deponent should take noe cause in lawe against him for the same
And having nowe seen the factory or second schedule annexed, hee saith that
Mr ?Simmes the time aforesaid sent this deponent a factorie
of the said goods, and hee beleeveth the said factorie annexed to be a true XXXXX
or copie thereof and to agree with the same, and the contents thereof to be
true, and saith thet each thousand of the pipe staves as they were mentioned
in the said Invoice ?a factorie were then on the Canaries worth fifteene pounds


Primary sources



PROB 11/312/126 Will of Joseph Lambell, Merchant of London 28 August 1663