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HCA 13/70 f.296r Annotate
First transcribed 3 February 2015  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 296  +
Parent volume HCA 13/70  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 03/02/2015  +
Transcription there dwelling was informed that the said there dwelling was informed that the said vessell with<br /> the said tobaccoes in case she had not bin staied and detained at<br /> Portsmouth as she was after the said tobaccoes were on bord her might<br /> well have bin at London (and soe in all probability should) long before<br /> the said damage hapned aswell as other shipps and in that tyme<br /> went from Cowes in the Ile of wight and arrived safely at London<br /> And further cannot depose. To the 10th and 11th articles of the said Allegation hee cannot depose. ****************** The same day. [CENTRE HEADING] Examined upon the Allegation given in the second place. '''2''' '''Edward Haver''' of the parishe of Saint Margaret<br /> Loathbury London Cittizen and draper of London aged<br /> 30 yeares or thereabouts a witnesse sworne and Examined<br /> deposeth. To the first second third and fowrth articles of the said Allegation hee<br /> saith hee cannot of his owne certaine knowledge depose any thing<br /> thereunto./ To the 5th 6th and 7th articles of the said Allegation That upon his<br /> this deponents comeing to Portsmouth upon or about the tyme of the sincking and<br /> damnifying of the Tobaccoes now in question hee was there by severall<br /> credible and understanding persons informed That the shippe the<br /> ''Mayflower'' arlate in and upon which the said Tobaccoes were and had bin<br /> laden, at such tyme as the same was soe laden thereupon (haveing but<br /> a very short tyme before bin well mended and repaired in all particulars)<br /> was a very firme and a tight ship and very able and fitt to carry and<br /> transport Merchants goods, And that the night in which shee was sunke<br /> was soe stormy and Tempestuous as that severall other shipps then in<br /> the Harbour of Portsmouth were broke and forced from theire Anchors and Cables<br /> by violence thereof. And otherwise saveing his foregoeing deposition<br /> hee saith hee cannot depose./ To the 8th article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth that ymediately up<br /> pon such the putting of the said Tobaccoes on bord the said Ship<br /> the ''Mayflower'' the producents and Company did send Expresse<br /> Orders and directions in writeing unto John Bayly the master of<br /> the said vessell to come away with the same from Portsmouth<br /> to London with the first cnvenient winde and weather, which ordders hee the<br /> said Bayle upon the hapning of the disaster of the sincking of<br /> the said Shippe and Tobaccoes did att Portsmouth in the hearing<br /> of this deponent and others declare hee had received And that<br /> hee was ready accordingly to have come away therewith long before<br /> the said disaster hapned if the said ship and goods had not (as the same was)<br /> bin stopped and seized for the Ciustomes due upon the same. And<br /> further cannot depose. ToAnd<br /> further cannot depose. To  +
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