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HCA 13/70 f.661v Annotate
First transcribed 14 September 2014  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 661  +
Parent volume HCA 13/70  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 14/09/2014  +
Transcription The 29th of November 1655. The Lord ProteThe 29th of November 1655. The Lord Protector against the shipp}<br /> the ''Camell''. Jacob Tyson master} '''Suckley.}<br /> [?XXXX]} dt.''' '''Jacob Tyson''' master of the said shipp<br /> the ''Camell'' aged 40 yeares or thereabouts<br /> sworne as in the acts of Court, saith<br /> and deposeth as followeth. To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said shipp the ''Camell''<br /> belongeth to the port of Amsterdam, and that John Brouwers and<br /> Isaac hermans both dutchmen and marchants and Inhabitants of<br /> Amsterdam and subiects of the Lords the States of the United Netherlands<br /> were and are the sole owners both of the said shipp and of the<br /> lading that was aboard her at the time of her seizure in question. And<br /> otherwise negatively. To the second Interrogatorie hee deposeth that the said lading was put<br /> aboard the said shipp at Amsterdam by her said owners, and was to be<br /> transported to the Canary Ilands, whether the said shipp was bound, and<br /> saith shee came out of the Texel on the said voyage on the third of<br /> October last new stile, and afterwards was by contrary winde put into<br /> the Ile of Wight, afterwards into Torbay and lastly into Plimouth<br /> whether shee came on the fourth of this instant new stile. To the third hee saith that hee had two briefs or writings aboard<br /> which concerned the said shipp, and hee had alsoe two bills of lading which<br /> hee did not remember but had forgotten them when he was at Plimouth<br /> examined, being in greate perplexitie and distraction through his being<br /> detained with his said shipp and goods, when as other shipps that came in<br /> thither with him were dischardged, and saith there were alsoe<br /> aboard this deponents seabrief, and passe port and last-brief, and<br /> some other papers and letters of small importance the particulars whereof<br /> hee remembreth not, but referreth himselfe to the same, being in the hands<br /> of the officers of this Commonwealth who seised the same. And saith<br /> there were not any papers made away or throwne overboard, nor was<br /> there any Charter partie for the voyage, the shipp sailing in her owners<br /> service. To the fourth hee saith that hee was ordered by his said owners and imployers<br /> to deliver the said lading at Teneriff in the port of Santa Cruse<br /> to Nicholas Motelier, a Wallon by Nation, and a Subiect<br /> (for ought hee knoweth to the contrary) of the king of Spaine, And<br /> otherwise hee cannot depose. To the fifth hee saith the foresaid owners bought the said shipp at<br /> fflushing in or about Aprill 1653, and in May following shee being<br /> brought thence to Amsterdam this deponent was thereby then constituted<br /> master of her, and ever since this deponent hath continued master and<br /> the said John Brouwers and Isaac hermans sole owners of the said<br /> vessell to this present, And otherwise cannot depose, hee not<br /> being present at such her buying. To> being present at such her buying. To  +
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