Browse wiki

Jump to: navigation, search
HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate
First transcribed 14 March 23  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 82  +
Parent volume HCA 13/65  +
Side Recto  +
Status First cut transcription started and completed on 23/03/14 by Colin Greenstreet  +
Transcription out from thence and in theise or the like out from thence and in theise or the like words said<br /> [Gentlemen. I charge you every one upon perill of the losse<br /> of youre wages and as you tender the good and wellfare of the<br /> ship the ''Lawrerell'' and her ladeing and the profitt of the owners<br /> Merchants freighters thereof that you doe not app[?ose]<br /> the said Men sent in the said Man of warres boate<br /> but that you quietly permitt them to come abord and serach the ship:] Adding further, that if any mischance should<br /> happen by such [?apposition] then they shoud beare the blame that<br /> made the [?apposition] and that if any thing otherwise then w[?ell]<br /> happened unto any of them for observeing<br /> of his Commands then hee would make good the same<br /> with his estate and fortune or soe in effect. whereupon hee<br /> saith the said Men came againe in the man of warres<br /> boat and then by reson of the said commands and sayeings of<br /> the said Maplisden they were permitted to enter and come abord<br /> the ''Lawrell'', and that hee saith the said Maplisden sent for halfe<br /> of his company to come to him which they did and soe by th[?ose]<br /> meanes and in obedience to his comands left the said ship<br /> the ''Lawrell'' with and in the possession of the other halfe of her<br /> Company (whereof this deponent were two (sic)) but under the<br /> power of the said Armed men belonging to the said Man of warre<br /> where they stayed a while and then hee the said Robert Hicks saith there was another<br /> boate sent from the said Man of warre which brought a note from<br /> the said Maplisden by which hee desired all the rest of his Company<br /> to come abord tto him in the said Man of warre. there to<br /> testifie to some Act of his, which done they should returne<br /> againe upon reading of which Note theise deponents withall the<br /> rest of his Company abord with him went forthwith to theire said<br /> Commander abord the said ffrench man of warre, where they<br /> were noe sooner come but they were all of them forthwith<br /> seized upon and secured and kept Prisoners and after about 48 howers<br /> detention they thesise deponents with all the rest of the Company belonging<br /> to the ''Lawrell'' being about 5 in number together with one<br /> [XXXman] were about midnight turned and put into theire owne<br /> boate and soe put to shift for theire lives which with much<br /> danger and hazard they secured by gayneing<br /> the shore att Ca[XX] Cursego, where they landed amongest a barbarous<br /> and a strange people. leaveing the said Mr. Maplisden, and<br /> the Cape merchant of the ''Lawrell'' abord the said Man of warre and<br /> the said ship the ''Lawrell'' abord the said Mann of warre and<br /> the said ship the ''Lawrell'' in the Custoday of the Company belonging<br /> toay of the Company belonging<br /> to  +
Transcription image P1170538  +
Has queryThis property is a special property in this wiki. HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate + , HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate + , HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate + , HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate + , HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate + , HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate + , HCA 13/65 f.82r Annotate +
Categories Pages  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 30 March 2014 06:22:03  +
hide properties that link here 
  No properties link to this page.


Enter the name of the page to start browsing from.