HCA 13/76 f.10r Annotate
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Ad Interria [CENTRE HEADING]
Ad jum rendet that hee cometh at the request of one Captaine Steel who hearing
that this deponent was at Malega when the ship the Jesus Mary Saint
Andrew was there spake to this rendent to testify the truth herein. Espects
nothing for his paines herein. And hath bin for five yeares and two
months last upon a merchandizing voyage from port to port, and
knoweth not whether hee bee worth anything or nothing. Et alr nescit
Ad 2 rendit that hee cannot specify the perticular parcells of the goods in question And
saith that hee hath bin informed that the owners of the Petache are Italians and
that they lett her to ffreight to the foresaid Dutch consull and merchants at Genoa
and that there was insurance made at Genoa upon the said ship by which the ffreighters were to pay for her
in case she should bee taken by the English. Et nescit se ad predepoita Alr nescit
Ad 3 nescit saying hee left the Hamborow and Osetend convoy at Malega when hee
Ad 4 rendit that Sir Jeremy Smith went from Malaga about tenn dayes
before this respondent who came thence yout the sixth of March last past and left by the Hamborow convoy there. Et alr nescit
Ad 5 et 6 deponit that the words aforesaid were spoken in the presence of many of
the Company of the John of London aforesaid. And saith theforesd Clubfooted
Pilot was taken in at Alicant as this deponent hath bin informed by letters from severall
merchants in Alicant, where he saith about tenn or eleaven weekes
this deponent saw the said pilott and hath once bin in his house there where hee hath
lived for about three yeers space as hee beleeveth. Et alr nescit rendira.
Gabriell Morgan [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The nyneth of October 1666. [CENTRE HEADING]
On behalfe of his Majestie, touching}
goods embeazeld out of the Richard and Elizabeth}
Thomas Holbert of the parish of
Saint Saviour Southwarke Waterman
aged 44 or thereabouts, sworne in the
high Court of the Admiraltie of England
saith and deposeth by vertue of his oath.
That the said shipp the Richard and Elizabeth (whereof
Richard Bothick was and is Master and part owner) being a Victualling
shipp in the service of his Majestie riding on tuesday before the
late lamentable fire at anchor in Solebay neere to the Assistance
frigot, Captaine Browne commannder, and the said Captaine
desiring some firewood to be delivered aboard him out of the
Richard and Elizabeth, shee laid the frigot aboard the next
morning being Wednesday, and delivered wood aboard accordingly.
And while the Richard and Elizabeth lay lashed aboard the
said frigot, there were on the said Wednesay morning about foure
or five baggs of Spanish wools put out of the frigot aboard
her to be brought for London as for the use of the said Captaine
Browne, and then througe fowle weather the Richard and
Elizabeth bearing a sterne the frigot by the frigots helpe, and