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HCA 13/71 f.160v Annotate
First transcribed 12 September 2012  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 160  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 12/09/2012  +
Transcription as he sayd to the arlate John Page of Colcas he sayd to the arlate John Page of Colchester six whereof this deponent<br /> is Collector of the Customes did enter, and allowed him the other four[?e GUTTER]<br /> peices (as is usuall in such cases) for portage. And saith that the sayd<br /> twenty peices of John ffurley and sayd six peices of Page were<br /> entred in the Custome Howse bookes by this deponent as goods<br /> designed to be sent in the sayd Lowes vessell the ''Coronation''<br /> (alias the ''ffortune'' of Ostend Adrian V[?erkinde] Master) to the port<br /> of Roterdam. And the sayd Low sayd he was to carry the sayd<br /> four peices thither likewise. And this deponent beleiveth that<br /> all the sayd peices were laden on board the sayd vessells aććor=<br /> dingly to be att Roterdam delivered to the sayd Agents of the sayd ffurley<br /> and Page, whom this deponent knoweth to be usuall traders<br /> in such kind of merchandize. And further or otherwise<br /> he ćannot depose, saving that the sayd ffurley entred his twenty peices [XX GUTTER] To the second article of the sayd allegation hee saith that he this deponent did<br /> give the sayd ffurley a Cocquett for his sayd twenty peices of<br /> serges. and gave likewise the sayd Low a cocquett for the<br /> sayd six peices. and a bill of portage for the sayd four peices<br /> which cocquetts and bill he beleiveth the sayd Lowe tooke to sea<br /> with hIm. And he afterwards heard that the sayd Lowes<br /> vessell being mett att sea with the sayd goods by a<br /> private English man of warr was despoyled thereof by<br /> the sayd Man of warr. And otherwise hee ćannot depose. To the third article hee saith he cannot depose for that hee saw not<br /> the sayd peices, nor knoweth the qualities thereof, but saith that<br /> the usuall rate of mixed serges of twelve pounds weight per<br /> peice is about three pounds ten shillings the first penny.<br /> and white serges are usually sold the first penny att betwixt<br /> four pounds and five pounds per peice. And much after<br /> that rate serges of that nature were sold for att Colchester the<br /> first penny about the latter end of the yeare <u>1653.</u> All which<br /> this deponent hath observed being Collector for the Customes<br /> there as aforesayd. And otherwise he cannot depose To the 4th article he saith he hath credibly heard that att that tyme such<br /> serges might have bene sold att Roterdam to very good<br /> proffitt. And otherwise he cannot depose. To the .5th. he saith he hath credibly heard that the arlate Jacob Goodwyn<br /> and Tiddeman were the Imployers of the Mann of warr, which<br /> was sayd to have seized and taken the sayd serges. And otherwise<br /> he cannot depose. To the sixth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith, That about a yeare<br /> and halfe agoe as he now remembreth the tyme, he had discourse<br /> with the sayd Goodwin and Tiddeman from and on the behalfe of the<br /> sayd ffurley and Page touching the sayd serges in order to gett some<br /> satisfactionrder to gett some<br /> satisfaction  +
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