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HCA 13/70 f.301r Annotate
First transcribed 5 January 2015  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 301  +
Parent volume HCA 13/70  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 05/01/2015  +
Transcription arlate videlicet during the stay of the saarlate videlicet during the stay of the sayd Captaine<br /> Stanton with his said man of warre in the Isle of Wight<br /> heard him the said Stanton say that he would not goe to se, but would stay and<br /> see what was or woudl become of the prizes he had<br /> already taken, And further he cannot depose. To the eleaventh article and to the schdeule therin mentioned he<br /> cannot depose. To the twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth articles he deposeth<br /> and saith that to his this deponents best remembrance<br /> the wind was faire for the said shipp the ''Elzabeth'' to<br /> have gone to sea upon her said imployment from the<br /> Cowes (where shee lay) allmost all the months of January<br /> ffebruary and March 1651 arlate if the said<br /> Stanton would have gone, and that within that time<br /> many shipps did from thence goe out to sea, of his<br /> this deponents certaine knowledge And further he doth not<br /> depose. To the fifteenth article he deposeth that divers of the said<br /> prizes taken by the said Stanton were laden with french wines<br /> to the Number of about 600 Tonns, and that the arlate Rich<br /> did order the said wynes to be brought for London, and that<br /> they were contrary to the said Riches order kept and deteyned<br /> by the said Stanton or his meanes at Cowes; And<br /> that therby the said wynes leaked out and were perished<br /> And further he cannot depose. To the sixteenth and seaventeenth articles he deposeth and saith<br /> that he this deponent was aboard the shipp ''Elzabeth'' the<br /> man of warr arlate when a Trunck covered with Canvas<br /> and mailed with Cords, and two bayles of linnen which were<br /> taken out of the arlate shipp the ''flagg'' of Truro<br /> by the said Captaine Staintons order were brought on<br /> board the said man of warr, and that this deponent was<br /> helping in carrying the said trunck into the great Cabbin<br /> of the said man of warr and the said two bayles of<br /> linnen into the Roundhouse by the speeciall order of the<br /> said Stainton And further he cannot depose, saving<br /> that the said Trunck was soe heavy that three men could<br /> on shipp board but well carry it, And saving that the [#] [# LH MARGIN AT 90 DEGREES]<br /> sayd Captaine Staniton did on or about the one or two and twentith day of December 1651 being aboard<br /> the sayd mann of warr from out of the said shipp the ''flagg'' of Truro a small baile<br /> of silke or Tiffanyes, which her the said Stanton sayd was worth two hundred pounds./ To the Eighteeneth article he cannot depose. To the nineteenth article and to the schedule therin mentioned<br /> he saith he cannot depose. To the twentith article he deposeth and saith that after the<br /> voyage arlate was ended there were aboard the arlate man<br /> of warr Eleaven gunns and other provisions as<br /> powder and shott and other materialls, to the value<br /> (as this deponent beleiveth) of about three hundred pounds<br /> And further he cannot depose. Tobr /> And further he cannot depose. To  +
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