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HCA 13/63 f.224v Annotate
First transcribed 11 March 2015  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 224  +
Parent volume HCA 13/63  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 11/03/2015  +
Transcription much from their husbands, and that all thomuch from their husbands, and that all those reports about the faire<br /> reception of the Pincke at Santo domingo, and giving her dispatch for<br /> trade and the like were meare pretenses and purposely given out to<br /> intice the said Captaine ashore and drawe him to trade with them<br /> and land his Negro's and goods that soe they might the better seize<br /> them, which when the said Allen (retourning aboard) had made<br /> knowne to the rest of the Company, diverse of them seeing the<br /> said Captaine Jacket cause the said Negro's and goods to be put<br /> ashore, and nothing retourned aboard in lieu thereof<br /> (as in truck and trading there ought to have bin) to prevent the<br /> said treacharie of the Spaniards, petitioned the said Captaine<br /> Jacket in writing, and besought him that hee would be more<br /> wary and circumspect, and that hee would not suffer or cause any<br /> more negro's or goods to be landed, untill hee had received aboard some<br /> retournes for what were already sent ashore, telling him that<br /> if hee delivered and put ashore the remainder, and tooke nothing<br /> aboard in truck for the same, there would be nothing left to pay<br /> them their wages, acquainting hin withall, with what they heard<br /> and iustly suspected touching the Spaniards said designe upon him,<br /> them and the said shipp and lading, or to that effect, whereat<br /> the said Captaine Jacket being much enraged, tould them in<br /> greate passion, that hee would spend five thousand pounds<br /> rather than they should have a penny wages, and that hee<br /> would make their bellies cleare to their backs, in case they went<br /> about to hinder him in what hee did and intended or to the<br /> same effect, and soe neither would nor did desist, but still<br /> proceeded to send the rest of the Negro's and goods ashore<br /> without receiving ought on board in lieu thereof, Reddens<br /> rationem scientia sua ut supra. Et alr nescit deponere. Ad 21um arlum deponit that besides the landing of all the said<br /> Negro's and goods out of the said shipp the ''Mayflower'', hee<br /> the said Captaine Jacket as if hee had conspired with the<br /> Spaniards for the betraying up of the shipp, company and goods into<br /> their hands, caused all the caske wherein the waster was for the<br /> companies use and drinking, to be alsoe taken out and carried<br /> ashore, and put into a condition of being captivated and<br /> made a proxy to the Spaniards together with shipps and goods, [?as GUTTER]<br /> it afterwards happened. Et alr nescit. Ad 22um arlum deponit et dicit that forthwith after the premisses there [?XXX GUTTER]<br /> the Alcalde of Barcelona and another Spanish officer on board the<br /> shipp and treated with her company about delivering her up, which they were [?XXX GUTTER]<br /> to doe having neither water nor sufficiencie of other provisions to sustaine [?them GUTTER]<br /> or bringe her away, and soe the said shipp and goods were utterly lost to her<br /> said imployers and merchants, and that by the fault or miscariage of the said<br /> Jacket, Reddens rationem ut supra. alr, Reddens rationem ut supra. alr nescit.  +
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