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HCA 13/65 f.47r Annotate
First transcribed 14 March 13  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 47  +
Parent volume HCA 13/65  +
Side Recto  +
Status First cut transcription started and completed on 13/03/14 by Colin Greenstreet  +
Transcription [IMAGE FAILED TO LOAD IN SCRIPTO] Scilley[IMAGE FAILED TO LOAD IN SCRIPTO] Scilley was assaulted sett upon surprized and taken<br /> by two Jersey men of Warre and by them with her<br /> ladeing together with this deponent and company were<br /> carryed first into Scilley and afterwards into Jersey where<br /> the same was condemned for and made prize of<br /> And saith that the said shippe and ladeing was soe seized<br /> by Nicholas Hill and Nicholas Cloud[?e] Comanders of the shipps the<br /> ''ffrancis'' and the ''Patricke'' of Jersey upon the first<br /> day of ffebruary last past old stile. The premisses<br /> hee deposeth hee this deponent being as aforesaid Master<br /> of and abord the said ship the ''Mathew and John'' when shee<br /> was seized and was with many of his company carryed<br /> into Jersey where hee and they were detayned<br /> Prisoners for diverse moneths together. And further hee<br /> cannot depose To the 3d. Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that at the said tym of the surpri[?zall]<br /> of the said shipp the ''Mathew and John'' Edward Arlibeere the Elder<br /> John C[?o]per Richard [XXX] John Harris James Newman Mr Long<br /> George witham Alexander Eves William Salmon Thomas<br /> Fawson George Pasfeild and hee this deponent all Inhabitants<br /> in abd about London were the true and lawfull owners and<br /> Proprietors of the said ship and of her apparell and<br /> furniture And saith that at the said tymw<br /> the said Edward Arlibeare the Elder was owner<br /> of one 8th and one two and thirteth parts of the said shipp<br /> and the said John C[?ape] of one 16th and one 32th part and<br /> hee this deponent of three 16th parts of the said shipp the ''Mathew''<br /> ''and John'' which hee knoweth to bee true because hee this deponent<br /> hath seene the bills of sale which the said Edward Arlibeere the<br /> Elder and John [?Cape] paid for theire said parts in the said ship and<br /> hath one himselfe for his owne share therein All which were<br /> made out by the said William Salmon who had the grand bill of<br /> sale of the said ship. And further hee cannot depose. To the Crosse Interrogatories on the behalfe of Richard<br /> Shute and ffrancis Sayon assurers. '''dt shute.<br /> [XXXX XX]''' To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that the said ship the ''Mathew''<br /> ''and John'' arrived at the Canaryes upon or about the 13 or<br /> 14 day of december last old stile and came from thence for<br /> London upon the 9th day of [?ffebruarye] next following as<br /> hee hath predeposed to which hee referreth himslefe And<br /> further hee cannot depose. Tolt;br /> further hee cannot depose. To  +
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