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John Buck and Charles Mariscoe}
of London merchants against a}
certaine shippe called the}
Lewisa Charlotte alias the}
Armes of Cureland whereof}
John Brand is Master Purser and}
ffactor and her Tackle}
apparrell and ffurniture in a}
suite of bottomry in a cause}
admirall and civill and against}
the said John Brand ffrancklin}

The same day before the same
Jusges in Doctor Godolphins
Chamber in the presence of
the same Notary Appeared
personally Charles Mariscoe
of London merchant and on
the behalfe of himselfe and
John Buck of London merchant
produced a judiciall convention
made and allowed and entred
in this Cort the 28th of
Aprill 1656 whereby it appeared
that the said John Bucke and Chalres
Mariscoe had lent upon bottomry upon the
keele and bottom of the shippe the Lewisa
Charlotte alias the Armes of Coureland of which
John BRand was Master and Purser (and alsoe
the goods that were or should bee laden therein
for the use of his Excellency James Suke of
Courland owner of the said shippe) and upon the
goods and freight and ffurniture of the said
shippe the summe of nine hundred ffifty twoe
pounds seaventene shillings and foure pence
sterlinge money and that they had lent the same
as pecunna trajectitia and were to runn the
Riscoe and perill thereof upon the said bottomry
upon the voyage in the said Judiciall Convention
specifyed that is to say upon her then intended
voyage from that porte of London to Guinney
and Topagoe (intended agreed to bee performed
within tenne daies next after the date of
the said Judiciall convention) and alsoe from
Topago to Plymouth Dartmouth or the
Downes intended and agreed to bee within
foure monthes next following the said Tenne
monthes soe as if the said shipp shoudl perish
in that said intended voyage thn the said
money soe lent and layd out to runne upon
the riscoe and hazard of the said Bucke and
Mariscoe Butt that if in case it should please
god to blesse the said shippe soe that shee
should returne from the said voyage safe to
Plymouth Dartmouth or the Downes of should
bee in being and not lost perished or surprized
within the space of foureteene monethes that
then the said Riscoe and perill of the said
Bucke and Mariscoe and the said nine
hundred fifty twoe pounds principall to gether
with Vent per Vent agreed to bee allowed for
the interest Rescoe and perill and adventre
of the said Burke and Mariscoe aforesaid
upon the said bottomry to bee allowed