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HCA 13/72 f.103r Annotate
First transcribed 2 March 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 103  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 02/03/2013  +
Transcription and a bonnett sayle which hee had borrowedand a bonnett sayle which hee had borrowed of the sayd Croford and<br /> also brought two of the sayd Crofords Company<br /> aboard the ''Recovery'' to view the leakes and condition of the sayd shipp,<br /> who at the request of the sayd Bartlett did accordingly make a view<br /> of her and found her soe leakie and insufficient and soe destitute of<br /> tackle and other necessaries that shee was not (as they sayd) in<br /> their Judgment fitt to proceede on her voyage to London without being<br /> first repayred of her leakes and rigging and other necessaries which<br /> shee wanted, and did certifie to that effect under their hands by<br /> a certificate in writing which they gave unto the sayd Bartlett, which<br /> and alsoe told him that they thought it was best for him to beare<br /> up to some of the Islands before hee were gone too farr from them<br /> or to that effect, which done the sayd Crofords two men returned<br /> aboard their owne shipp and the sayd Bartlett still continueing<br /> his resolution to keepe Company with the ''Gilbert'', his Company<br /> told him, that they were soe wearied with pumpeing that they were<br /> not able to continue it longe, and therefore desyred him that hee would<br /> beare up for some of the Islands, as both the sayd Croford and his<br /> men had before advised him to doe, whereupon the sayd Bartlett<br /> answered thus or the like in effect to his company, well, if you cannot<br /> worke any longer in continueing on our Course after the ''Gilbert'', then<br /> make a w[?e]ffe and shoote off a gunne and lett us goe aboard the<br /> ''Gilbert'', but the Company being unwilling to leave the shipp and<br /> goods to perish in the sea, John Bond the Gunner (since deceased)<br /> did lett flye the mayne sheate and an other of the company (whose<br /> name hee remembreth not) bore up the helme, and the whole company<br /> seeing the danger they were in, did by generall consent, make for<br /> Barbados, but could not fetch it, and thereupon made for Antego, and<br /> thereupon the sayd Bartlett seemed to bee displeased presently upon<br /> the bearing up of the helme and makeing towards the Islands, and went<br /> into his Cabin and continued there two or three dayes refusing to<br /> neglecting to take upon him any care of the sayd shipp, but<br /> the shipps Company having with great labour and Continuall<br /> pumpeing brought the sayd shipp within sight of the Islands, the<br /> sayd Bartlett came forth of his Cabbin againe, and tooke upon<br /> him the charge and government of the sayd shipp as formerly, and<br /> helped to sayle her to Antego, whether shee came safe with her<br /> ladeing about the fourteenth or fifteenth day of december 1656 which<br /> was about five or sixe dayes after shee left the Company of the ''Gilbert''<br /> who gave the ''Recovery'' one Gunne as a farewell at parting,<br /> And saith that at the arrivall of the ''Recoverie'' at Antegoe provisions were<br /> veryt Antegoe provisions were<br /> very  +
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