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a vintner at the Greene Dragon in ffleete street for the space of six yeers of thereabouts ending about
twelve month since, and hath bin imployed in one busienes or other
touching the Surprizall aforesaid, to and againe from Rye to Dover
by his said brother Edward Standish and in other busienesses for him, and is maintained
by him. Et alr nescit
Ad 2 rendet that hee knoweth not for whose acount the goods in question were
laden, or where laded, neither can he specify the particular
parcells of them. Et alr nescit
Ad 3 non concernit eum.
Ad 4 nescit rendere Hee not being at Mallaga the time Interrate.
Ad 5 nescit deponere salvis predepositis nor concernited
Ad 6 rendet That if the said ship or lading proove lawfull prize this deponent
Expects his share as being one of the Company that tooke her: And
saith this deponents brother had or tooke from the Captaine of the Jesus Maria
Joseph, Nine peeces of Eight and three shillings for which he told him
he would bee responsible in case the ship and lading prooved not prize,
and Captaine Tozier has also a little gold ring with a blackstone, in it which
was taken out of the Captaines Chest, And some cloaths hee saith the Company
of the Surprizall tooke from onboard the Jesus Maria Joseph Saint Andrew
Et alr nescit.
Charles Standish [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repetit coram dra Mylls surrogate
unto Edw:o Browne Notary publique
Primo Septembris 1666 [CENTRE HEADING]
Super allone predict. Examinat.
Gabriel Morgan parochia de Stepney in Commitu Middlesex Nauta, ubi
habitavit per Septenniu aut circiter annos agens
36 aut circiter testis productus et Juratus.
Ad 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. et 16. arlos super quibus solum mod o Examinatur
et directions Mri Exton deponit et dicit That on or about the beginning
of ffebruary last past the arlate ship the Jesus Joseph Mary Saint Andrew came
with a ffaire wind to Malaga Mould ffor feare as was said she should bee taken by Sir Jeremy Smith
then being at the Streights mouths And saith that at such
her coming thether she came full laden with muscadino candies and pickled
Lemmons which were by the Common report of merchants and others there
laded in the riverao or Bay of Genoa by the Dutch Consull there and two other
merchants there (whose names hee remembreth not) for their
account to bee delivered at Amsterdam for the same account And saith
the said ship going there by the name of the Genowesse Petache might
have departed and gone away with her said lading to Hamborow the
wind being then Easterly and faire for her, And there was a Hamburger
man of warr of thirty six peeces of ordinance or upwards and
fourteene merchant men under his Convoy which then rode neere
the same mole where the said shipp Jesus Joseph Saint Mary then rode
which said Genowesse Petache he saith runn up as farr as she could