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HCA 13/71 f.231r Annotate
First transcribed 29 September 2012  +
First transcriber Jill Wilcox  +
Folio 231  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 29/09/2012  +
Transcription To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith hee thTo the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith hee this deponent was the person who gave<br /> notice to the Interrogatorie Samuell Mathews in manner predeposed and saith hee gave<br /> him the sayd notice in the moneth of Aprill 1655 within two or three dayes<br /> after the arrivall of the shipp ''William'' in the sayd River but the certaine day<br /> hee remembereth not And further saving his forgoeing deposition he cannot<br /> answere./ To the 7th hee saith hee cannot answere saving hee saith that about the<br /> middle of the moneth of July and before the protest made before the sayd Clayborne the foresayd Samuell Mathews being on<br /> board the shipp the ''William'' in James River the sayd Phillip Ewers complynith<br /> unto him the sayd Mathews that the sayd shipps ladeing was not sent on board according<br /> to Charterparty and told him in the presence of the sayd Clayborrne and<br /> this deponent and divers others, that hee the sayd Ewers must and would<br /> make a protest against the sayd William Watts for not causing the<br /> sayd shipps ladeing to be laden aboard her according to Charterparty<br /> whereto the sayd Samuell Mathewes replyed and sayd hee could not<br /> helpe it, for hee had not goods of the sayd Watts sufficient to freight<br /> her according to agreement, nor could get tobaccoes sufficient to<br /> freight her with, and therefore the sayd Watts must be content<br /> to pay what dead freight the sayd shipp returned with or hee<br /> spake words to the same effect./ To the 8th hee saith the sayd shipp brought home from Virginia<br /> the voyage in question three hundred and twenty hogsheads of tobacoes<br /> or thereabouts which at fower hogsheads to the tonne (which is the usuall<br /> Account in Virginia) amounted to about<br /> eighty tonns of tobaccoe of which only fifteene hogsheads were<br /> for the Account of the sayd William Watts, and the rest for Accompt of<br /> severall persons who had here in England contracted alsoe for freight<br /> in the sayd shipp (shee being a vessell of the burthen of two hundred<br /> tonnes) but the names of the severall persons hee at present remembreth<br /> not And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot depose/ Repeated before Colonell Cock and doctor Godolphin Stephen [XXXXer] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ******************************** The same day Examined upon the sayd libell./ '''Rp. 2us''' '''ffrancis Canter''' of Wapping in the parish of Stepney and<br /> County of Middlesex Mariner Gunner of the shipp the ''William''<br /> aged thirty two yeares or thereabout a witness sworne and<br /> examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet To the first article of the sayd libell hee saith that during all the tyme<br /> arlate the arlate Phillipp Ewers hath bin and still is Master of the<br /> arlate shipp the ''William'' of London and for such was and is commonly<br /> Accompted this hee the latter knoweth having gone Gunner of the sayd<br /> shipp the voyage in question and alsoe a former voyage to Virginia next<br /> before the sayd voyage in question and knoweth in both the sayd voyagesstion and knoweth in both the sayd voyages  +
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