HCA 13/76 f.10v Annotate
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riding thereby, there were the same morning a parcell of three
hundred skinnes (which as hee undertood were buffola skinnes) brought
in the said frigates pinnaces and put also aboard the Richard and
Elizabeth, and alsoe a parcell of kidd skinns (the number hee
cannot declare) and also a parcell of flax, to be also brought
for London: all which goods were by the company of the Assistance
declared to be prize goods, and to that purpose they were loath
that the Generall should see and take notice of them. And
saith that in the said shipp Richard and Elizabeth all the
said goods were brought up the River of Thames to Ratcliff Crosse
where they came to an anchor therewith on monday night the
third of September, and this deponent in regard of the danger
hee tooke his house and familie to be in, by meanes of the fire
getting leave to goe home, hee went that night ashore to his
house on the banck side leaving all the said goods aboard under
command of the said Bothwick. And on the Satturday next
following being the eighth of September this deponent
comming to goe aboard the said shipp, met with Samuel
[?Clapshaw] the boat swaine ashore at Ratcliffe crosse, and
they goeing together into a tap house to drinke a cup of beare
together, this deponent (who had got some intelligence that
the said goods were carried ashore by the said Masters order) asked
the said Boatswain as they were in discourse thereabouts, how
they could doe, to get parts to carry the said goods soe farr uplands
to which hee made answer that hee the said boatswaine by the said
Masters order got carts from Captaine Swanley from Stepney
to carry the said goods to Captaine Swanleys warehouse there
and that the thether they were carried accordingly. And this deponent
going to seize the said goods at Captain Swanleys, and
commanding a Constable of Stepney to assist them, the said
Constable declared unto them that some of his watchmen
assisted in unloading the said goods out of the carts into the said
Captane Swanleys warehouse, and this deponent having
since spoken with one of those watchmen (whose name hee
now remembreth not) heard him affirme the same.
Thomas [HIS MARKE] holbart [MARKE, RH SIDE]