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HCA 13/71 f.108r Annotate
First transcribed 10 April 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 108  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
People <u>Mr henry Negus</u> <u>Mr Robert Barker</u>  +
Primary sources '''TNA''' <u>Chancery</u> C '''TNA''' <u>Chancery</u> C 5/91/31 Short title: Paxton v Randall. Plaintiffs: Roger Paxton, Margaret Paxton and Christopher Paxton. Defendants: Jane Randall widow, [unknown] Holton, and others. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Henry Paxton of Lombard Street, London. Document type: bill, answer. 1686 <u>PROB</u> PROB 11/254/480 Will of Robert Barker, Merchant of London. 14 May 1656 10 October 1692<br /> PROB 11/321/396 Will of Henry Negus, Merchant of Norwich, Norfolk. 09 August 1666<br /> PROB 11/411/434 Will of Robert Barker of Saint Dunstan in the East, City of London.<br /> PROB 11/454/366 Will of Roger Paxton, Mariner of Redriffe, Surrey. 04 March 1700Mariner of Redriffe, Surrey. 04 March 1700  +
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Status Missing image; transcribed on 10/04/2013  +
Transcription To the 8th article of the sayd allegation To the 8th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that Mr henry Negus<br /> and Mr Robert Barker marchants of London and others who had wine laden<br /> aboard the sayd shipp ''John and Mary'' at Loratava by for their Accompts did as<br /> they told this deponent pay or allowe upon Accompte unto the sayd Bevin as<br /> laid out by him for them the summe of fifty eight Ryalls per pipe for every<br /> pipe of wine sent for them in the sayd shipp the voyage in question for Admission<br /> money, and saith hee beleeveth that all English shipps which did<br /> receive aboard them any wines at the Island of Teneriff<br /> the voyage in question were inforced to pay admission money before they<br /> were permitted to lade any wines aboard them And further to this article<br /> hee cannot depose/ To the 9th article hee saith that the tenn pipes predeposed of were put on board<br /> this deponents shipp in the night tyme (by mistake of the boatsmen who<br /> brought the same without any noate and told this deponent they were sent to him by Mr Bevin afore=<br /> sayd (as other boates who came with other wines and without noates alsoe told this<br /> deponent) by which meanes they came to be laden aboard this deponents shipp<br /> the ''John and Mary'', And saith that after they were soe laden the arlate Roger<br /> Paxton came aboard of this deponents shipp the ''John and Mary'' the next day after they were laden and had free<br /> leave given him by this deponent to take the sayd Tenn pipes out of<br /> this deponents shipp and stowe them in his the sayd Paxtons shipp if hee sawe they could safely and without preiudice<br /> to other wines on board the ''John and Mary'' amongst which they were stowed, bee taken<br /> awaie, and hee saith the sayd Paxton seeing they could not bee conveniently<br /> removed out of this deponents shipps went away and left them there And<br /> further to this article hee cannot depose./ To the 10th hee saith hee hath seene a letter wich hee beleeveth to be written<br /> by the sayd Bevin to the sayd Travers expressing to this effect that by<br /> reason of the ladeing the sayd tennn pipes of wine by mistake on board<br /> the ''John and Mary'' which should have bin laden aboard the sayd Paxtons<br /> shipp hee the sayd Bevin did offer the sayd arlate Burridge to lade<br /> Tenn other pipes of Canarie wine for Accompt of the sayd Travers on board<br /> the sayd Paxton in compensation of the tenn pipes soe laden aboard<br /> the ''John and Mary'' by mistake as aforesayd, and that the sayd Burridge<br /> refused to permitt the sayd Bevin soe to doe, and further to this article<br /> hee cannot depose saving hee saith hee heard the sayd paxton saye his<br /> shipp came home full laden the sayd voyage and that hee might have<br /> had more wines laden if hee could have brought them/ To the 11th article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee this deponent was at<br /> Teneriff the voage in question by some English Merchants there offered<br /> seaven pounds sterling a tonne for such proportion as hee would lade<br /> aboard his shipp from thense for them to carrie the same to London the<br /> sayd voyage, and saith hee beleeveth the sayd Travers hath satisfied and<br /> paid or undertaken to pay the Customes and excise of the sayd Tenn pipes<br /> of Canarie And further to this article hee cannot depose as touching freight<br /> for that noe bills of ladeing were signed for the sayd Tenn pipes./eing were signed for the sayd Tenn pipes./  +
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