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HCA 13/70 f.375v Annotate
First transcribed 26 November 2015  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 375  +
Parent volume HCA 13/70  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 26/11/2014  +
Transcription the said shipp or Vessell as aforesaid) hethe said shipp or Vessell as aforesaid) hee enquired further at<br /> Penryn, and found that the said Vessell had been taken by a<br /> Brest man of warr, and rescued by an Englishman man of warr, and by<br /> the said markes and observation, (this deponent being a Mariner and well<br /> knowing the difference and distinction of Vessells, especially those which<br /> hee hath formerly well observed) hee is assured and in Conscience<br /> declareth the said Vessell whuch hee as predeposed saw at Penryn<br /> then and there knowne by the name of the ''Thomas'' of Brest<br /> was and is one and the selfe same shipp and Vessell, which this<br /> deponent as predeposed, did formerly see and observe in this river of<br /> Thames about a yeare and a halfe since under the governement of the<br /> said Thomas Yoakeley, But whoe were or are the Lawfull<br /> Owners and Proprietors of the said shipp, and of her tackle and<br /> furniture hee saith hee cannot declare. And further deposeth<br /> not./ To the Crosse Interrogatories./:- [CENTRE HEADING] '''dt. Cheeke:-''' To the first hee referreth to his foregoeing deposition:- To the second hee saith hee never saw any gunns aboard the Vessell<br /> in Controversie, And further saving his foregoing deposition cannot depose:/ To the third hee saith hee tooke no especiall notice of any thing belonging<br /> to the said shipp ''Thomas'' more then as predeposed And further<br /> cannot depose:-/ Repeated before doctor Clerke:-/ James Anselm [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ********************************* The 10th day of June <u>.1655:-</u> [CENTRE HEADING] The Clayme of Richard Le Bas of London for 1/4 th part of}<br /> the shipp or Vessell called the ''dolphyn'' of delphs-haven and}<br /> formerly the ''ffortune'' of Sunderland, and of herbraut}<br /> [?Canese] and Companie for the other three quarter parts lately}<br /> seized by the ''Tyger frigatt'' in the immediate service of}<br /> this Commonwealth Suckley. Budd.} Examined upon an Allegation [?made] on<br /> the behalfe of the said Claymers '''holding dt:/:-''' '''John Johnson van'''<br /> '''Dillecum''' Mariner<br /> aged 26. yeares or thereabouts<br /> a Wittnes sworne and examined saith<br /> as followeth videlicet:-/ To the first hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof saving his subsequent<br /> deposition to which hee referreth:- To the second hee saith, That about 5. moneths since (the time this deponent doeth<br /> not otherwise remember at present) hee this deponent being at Caen in<br /> Normandie, where the shipp or Vessell the ''dolphyn'', formerly the ''ffortune''<br /> then being at Caen was exposed to sale, hee this deponent and [?GXXXX GUTTER]<br /> [?Ains wel te vrede], and Corneluis Anesse well te vrede all holl[?anders GUTTER]<br /> and Subjects of the United Netherland provinces did buy 3/4. parts of the<br /> said shipp or Vessell the ''dolphyn'' alias ''fortune'' of one Mr [?XXX GUTTER]<br /> a hamburgh Merchant so dwelling at Caen and one named Mr Le Bas<br /> Merchant and brother to the said Richard Le Bas and his Corress<br /> pondent there the other 1/4 th part of the said Vessell then and ever since [?XXX GUTTER]<br /> ([?XXX GUTTER]e [?XXX GUTTER]<br /> ([?XXX GUTTER]  +
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