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HCA 13/71 f.649v Annotate
First transcribed 28 March 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 649  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Verso  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 28/03/2013  +
Transcription To the 13. article he saith that in case tTo the 13. article he saith that in case the sayd ffrancis Hurdidge<br /> had receyved his foresayd freight for the sayd Portugall Negers;<br /> and the sayd Royall Customes and his profit of the sayd<br /> places, and the money for the sayd salt and satisfaction for damages and losses at Angola the same being<br /> together with his owne and Owners and ymployers negers turned<br /> into money. the sayd money would have proćured about<br /> four hundred sixty six chests of white sugars in case the same<br /> had bene so layd out. To the 14th article he saith that 22 of this deponents negers<br /> aforesayd came safe and alive to land att Bahia as aforesayd<br /> and were seized by the sayd Kings ministers as the rest were<br /> and were worth one with another per head 45. millres,<br /> and so much this deponent was offered for them att his first<br /> landing them there. in case he had had power or might have<br /> sold them and they likewise seized and tooke from this<br /> deponent five large Elephants teeth well worth and that<br /> might there have bene sold for twenty six milres, all<br /> which this deponents dead losse did and doe amount to one<br /> thousand and sixteene millres, which att the rates of sugars<br /> there att that tyme would have produced six and<br /> thirty Chests of the best white sugars; And saith moreover<br /> he was forced to take upp sixty millres there for his owne<br /> and his freinds necessary livelyhood having noe allowance<br /> there for which hee hath payd thirty per Cent att Lisbo{n}<br /> and sayth he lost eleaven monthes tyme by reason of<br /> the sayd seizure, which at 4''li''. per moneth being his wages<br /> a shipboard makes 44''li'', sterling besides the many inconvenienceys<br /> and imprisonment att Angola. so as this deponents losses<br /> are as followeth videlicet. 1016. millres. or 36. Chests of<br /> sugar as aforesayd. 78. millres taken upp and in interest as<br /> aforesayd for his support. and 44''li''. sterling. for losse of tyme.<br /> And further deposeth not. To the 15th. he saith that the sayd Captaine Hardidge when his shipp<br /> was seized by the Hollanders which seizure was occasioned ny<br /> the sayd seizure made by the Portuguese, did loose Clothes<br /> gold plate a jewell his books and other things of great<br /> value. of this deponents sight. and as himselfe saith of the value of<br /> one thousand pounds sterling and upwards. To the 16. 17th. and hee saith that the sayd Captaine Hardidge<br /> and his Owners Negers whilest he stayd att Angola for the<br /> unlading and repairing his shipp Cost him a Ryall 40. rees or<br /> 6''d''. sterling a day per heade and so much is the usuall price of a negers<br /> diet there. and the allegat Thomas Wyse lost seven Elephants<br /> Teeth worth 30. millrees - and John Cobb. John Haynes and<br /> Richard Rawl lost each of them a Neger worth 48. or 50. millrees a peice and<br /> Robert [?Pearce] and James Large lost one neger of the like value<br /> all which the said Portugalls seized att Bahia as they did the rest<br /> andBahia as they did the rest<br /> and  +
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