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HCA 13/71 f.157v Annotate
First transcribed 20 November 2012  +
First transcriber Janet Few  +
Folio 157  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 20/11/2012  +
Transcription The 23th of Aprill 1656 On behalfe of theThe 23th of Aprill 1656 On behalfe of the State.} '''Rowe dt.''' '''See the first in A.3''' '''2''' '''William Brunning''' of Wapping Mariner aged<br /> 26 yeeres or thereabouts sworne before the<br /> right Worshipfull Charles George Cock Esquire<br /> one of the Judges of the high Court of the Admiralty<br /> of England saith and deposeth. That in the moneth of August 1653 a certaine shipp called the<br /> ''Spirito Santo'' (taken at the Barbadás by Captaine Robert Harding<br /> and Company) was brought prize to Salem in New England<br /> which hee knoweth because hee this deponent was then there and<br /> sawe such the bringing of her in; and saith that her lading<br /> consisted of betweene foure and six thousand hides, an hundred<br /> and odd chests of sugar and about three tonnes of log wood; And<br /> further that the said lading was at Salem shared betweene the<br /> said harding and company, saving the tenthes thereof which were<br /> received in kinde by Mr John Endicot (the Governour of<br /> Massachusets) his order, this deponent being present and seeing the<br /> said sharing and such receiving of a good part of the said tenths.<br /> And for the vessell hee saith that Captaine Thomas Breedon<br /> there bought the same and called her the ''Happie Entrance'' and<br /> put this deponent Master of her who brought her to London,<br /> and this deponent was told by the said Captaine Breedon that hee<br /> paid thirtie pounds to the said Governour for the tenths of the<br /> same. William Brunning [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ***************************** The six and twentyeth day of Aprill <u>1656.</u> John Furley iun. and John Page}<br /> against Richard Jacobs. Edward}<br /> Godwin and Henry Tiddeman}<br /> Suckley Smith} Examined upon an allegation on behalfe of the sayd<br /> ffarley and Page. '''Rp. j''' '''William Lowe''' of Colchester in the county of Essex Mariner<br /> Master of the ketch ''Coronation'', aged thirty eight yeares or<br /> thereabouts a witnesse sworne and examined saith and<br /> deposeth as followeth videlicet: [LH MARGIN] '''furley''' To the first article of the said allegation this deponent saith that in the monethes of ffe=<br /> bruary and March 1653 the said John <u>ffurley</u> the younger of Colchester<br /> aforesaid was the reputed true and lawfull Owner of the twenty peices<br /> of mixed searges aforesaid articulate, and the said John Page was the lawfull<br /> reputed owner of the ten peices of white searges articulate. And they<br /> the sayd ffurley and Page did about the beginning of March 1653<br /> cause the sayd twenty. and ten peices of Searges to be laden on board this<br /> deponents sayd ketch the ''Coronation'' (otherwise called the ''ffortune'' of<br /> Oastended the ''ffortune'' of<br /> Oastend  +
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