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HCA 13/72 f.121r Annotate
First transcribed 7 March 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 121  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 07/03/2013 [[Category:Occupation Boatswain]]  +
Transcription On the 25th of September 1657. Taylor andOn the 25th of September 1657. Taylor and company}<br /> against Seaman.} '''Rp.''' '''Thomas Gray''' of Wapping Boat=swaine of<br /> the shipp the ''Golden ffleece'', being<br /> produced by Captaine Seaman Captaine<br /> of the said ''Golden ffleece'', and being sworne<br /> by the right worshippfull John Godolphin Doctor<br /> of Lawes one of the Judges etcetera to depose the<br /> truth of the whole business aswell of the outward<br /> as the homeward bound voyages unto Mr<br /> David Budd and Mr Ralph Suckley the<br /> Referrees appointed to have this busines by<br /> the sayd Judge, did by vertue of such oath<br /> depose and say as followeth That all and whatsoever damage did come and happen<br /> unto the outward bound lading of the sayd shipp<br /> which was part delivered at Leghorne, and part<br /> at Scanderoone, did absolutely and meerly come and<br /> happen unto the said goods by the stresse of foule<br /> weather the most which in her voyage to those places and<br /> not by the least negligence or carlessnese of the<br /> said shipps mariners, (that he the deponent knoweth of)<br /> And whereas it is pretended by the sayd Captaine Seaman<br /> that the Mariners of the sayd shipp would at Leghorne<br /> have mutineed, had not he the sayd Seaman promised that<br /> the shipp should beare all the damage that had happened<br /> to her said outward bound lading he deposeth and saith<br /> that he (being presente at that time) did himselfe few grumble but did not see nor could<br /> perceive that thise was and shew at all then of any mutiny<br /> of the shipps company, and he saith that he doth<br /> not beleive there was any intention in them to mutiny;<br /> And he deposeth that the sayd Captaine Seaman<br /> did at Leghorne tell this deponent that the shipp should beare<br /> all the damage that had happned to her sayd outward bound lading<br /> and bad him this deponent to deliver soe much to the<br /> shipps Company, And for the homewarde bound voyage<br /> he sayth that what soever goods were taken in upon the<br /> sayd voyage were delivered here at this Port of London<br /> safe and well conditioned without any imbezelement of<br /> the sayd Mariners, and that the sayd Mariners did<br /> respectively doe their dutyes both honestly and carefully<br /> aswell in her outward=bound as homeward=bound voyage<br /> The premisses he deposeth because being Bosen of the sayd<br /> shipp he was in her both her outward and inward<br /> voyage predeposed of Thomas Gray [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] Repeated before doctor GodolphinRH SIDE] Repeated before doctor Godolphin  +
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