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HCA 13/71 f.196v Annotate
First transcribed 22 September 2012  +
First transcriber Alex Jackson  +
Folio 196  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 22/09/2012  +
Transcription The 23th of May 1656. On the behalfe of MThe 23th of May 1656. On the behalfe of Mr John Tivell}<br /> and companie touching the seizure of the}<br /> ''Noahs Arke'' by the ffrench.} '''Claus Cornelison Col''' of Amsterdam Mariner<br /> aged 24 yeeres or thereabouts sworne in Court<br /> as by the Acts thereof, and examined upon<br /> certaine Interrogatories saith and deposeth as<br /> followeth. '''Rp. 1''' '''1. 3us A 13.''' To the first Interrogatorie he saith and deposeth that hee well<br /> knew the shipp the ''Noahs Arke'' of which William durham was<br /> Master, and saith hee went about September last from Newfound<br /> Land for Malaga with a cargo of ffish for the account of the interrate<br /> John Tivell of London Merchant and John Page of Plimouth<br /> Merchant, owners of the said shipp, and delivered the same at<br /> Malaga, and haveing soe donne, received there aboard for the<br /> same account sixtie buts of wine two hundred and fiftie<br /> barrells of raisins and four hundred frailes of raisins, which hee<br /> knoweth being Masters Mate of the said shippe goeing the said<br /> voyage and seeing the premises soe donne. To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that having received<br /> the said fruite and wines aboard the said vessell departed therewith<br /> from Malaga and safely arrived with the same at Plimouth on<br /> or about the nineth (old stile) of January last, and there<br /> delivered thirtie of the said buts of wine, ninetie foure<br /> barrells and two hundred frailes of raisins, and there took in eight<br /> chests of white sugar, wherewith and with the residue of the said wines<br /> and fruite brought from Malaga, hee departed on about the<br /> twentieth of January last bound for London where shee was to have<br /> delivered the same, but on or about the three and twentieth<br /> of the same moneth in her course of proceeding for London, comming<br /> off dover shee was met with set upon and seized by a man of<br /> warr of Callice (of which one Captaine Bennard was Commander<br /> and carried to Callice, where the said wines, fruite and sugar were<br /> unladed, and there detained about six weekes space. namely from<br /> the foure and twentieth of January aforesaid<br /> to the seaventh of March next following (or thereabouts) old stile;<br /> which hee knoweth being masters mate aforesaid and carried thither<br /> in the said shipp and seeing the premisses soe happen. To the third hee saith then the said Bennard and companie upon the<br /> said unlading of the said goods at Callice, tooke and imbezled<br /> away tenn butts of the said wines, and alsoe one and twenty barrells<br /> and eighteen frailes of raisins, and further a good part of the<br /> said shipps powder, shott, victualls and cordage, which hee knoweth<br /> for the reason aforesaid, and saith the said shipp was much broken and<br /> damnified was much broken and<br /> damnified  +
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