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HCA 13/71 f.153r Annotate
First transcribed 19 September 2012  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 153  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 19/09/2012  +
Transcription The 17th of Aprill 1656. Touching the misThe 17th of Aprill 1656. Touching the misdemeanour of}<br /> some of the company of the shipp the ''dutches''}<br /> of Courland, aboard the said shipp} '''John Anderson''' of Elsenore one of the boyes of and<br /> belonging to the shipp the ''dutches'' of Cureland.<br /> (John Brand Master) aged seaventeene yeares or thereabouts<br /> sworne in Court saith as followeth. '''Rp.''' That yesterday (the 16th of this instant Aprill) about five of the<br /> clock in the afternoone certaine of the said shipps compány, namely<br /> Peter Christianson the boatswaine, and his brother who was Steward of<br /> the said Shipp, Sivert the Cooke of the shipp, Christofer the boatswaines<br /> mate, and Cornelius the Carpenters mate, accompanied with Richard<br /> [?Corey] a Brewer at the bird in hand at Poplar, William Every an<br /> Ale house keeper at the White Lyon and Crowne in Poplar, George<br /> huggers a Waterman and another whose name hee hath not learned,<br /> came aboard the said shipp (lying at Blackwall) in the said huggers his<br /> wherry, and this deponent being aboard, demanded what they came<br /> for, and what they would have, and they asking him what was that<br /> to him, went downe into hold, and fell to breaking open the beef<br /> barrells, and brake open two of them, and tooke out and carried away<br /> two or three peeces of beef, and rummaged the vessell up and downe<br /> and tooke away alsoe some pease and beanes, and some biscuites, and<br /> brought foure fish out of the hold and carried one of them alsoe<br /> away; and this deponent (who with another of the boyes named George<br /> Winger being all of the company that were aboard) endeavouring to<br /> prevent them and hinder them from carrying the said provisions away,<br /> the said boatswaine catcht hold of him and threatened to throwe him<br /> overboard, and severall of them said that they had order from the<br /> Judge of the Court and from the Master soe to doe; which this deponent<br /> not beleeving leapt into the boate to them as they were going off,<br /> and there againe the boatswaine laid hold on him, and said hee should<br /> not goe ashore with them, and that unlesse hee returned aboard, the<br /> said boatswaine would heave him overboard; howbeit this deponent<br /> continued in the boate and would and did goe ashore with them to<br /> see what they did with the said plundred provisions; and followed the<br /> said Cooke and Carpenters mate to the house aforesaid of the said [?Corey]<br /> being a victualling house, and shortly the rest of them came thither<br /> alsoe, and thither they carried the said provisions soe taken away of this<br /> deponents sight and knowledge. '''IA''' The marke of John Anderson [MARK, RH SIDE]The marke of John Anderson [MARK, RH SIDE]  +
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