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HCA 13/72 f.149r Annotate
First transcribed 11 March 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 149  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 11/03/2013  +
Transcription Very well affected to the Government, therVery well affected to the Government, thereof, and soe are<br /> commonly aććounted, and reputed, and further cannot depose To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/: To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING] To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee was aboard the Batchelor<br /> when shee was seized by the ''Ostend ffrigot'', but was not aboard<br /> her at the instant when she was retaken, by the ffrigotts of this Comonwealth<br /> and to the rest hee knoweth nothing thereof, being put ashore<br /> at Sunderland by the Ostender:/: To the second hee saith that the ''Batchelor'' was not as this deponent verily beleeveth<br /> used or Imployed as a man, of warr by the Ostender, against the<br /> ffrench or English, for as hee saith shee was not about 9 houres.<br /> space in the Ostend man of warrs Custody, and otherwise hee cannot<br /> Answer::/: Richard Rudstone [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ********************************* The same day, [CENTRE HEADING] Examined upon the said Allegation: '''Rp. (''' '''John Hunt''' of Colchester, Mariner, a foremast<br /> man of the Ketch the ''Bachelor'', aged 21: yeeres or<br /> thereabouts sworne and Examined:/: To the first article hee saith that during all the time arlate<br /> the arlate Giles wigoner and Company were the true and Lawfull<br /> owners and Proprietors of the arlate Vessell called the ''Batchelor''<br /> (whereof his Precontest Richard Rudstone was Master) and<br /> of her tackle apparrell and furniture: And further<br /> saith that the said ship being in the Haven of Sunderland<br /> his precontest Richard Rudstone did by the order<br /> of the said Wigoner and Company and for and upon their<br /> Use, and account, lade and put aboard the said Vessell seaven<br /> Chaldron of Coles to be carried thense to Colchester, And<br /> saith the said shipp (after shee had receaved the said<br /> Coales aboard) weighed Anchor and Sayled into the Roade,<br /> expecting Company, and having bin, about 3 or 4 hours at Anchor<br /> in the said Roade; there came a ffrigot of Ostend which seized upon<br /> her, and turned the Master and Company ashore, and sailed<br /> her to Sea, and after they had bin aboard 8. or 9 houres at<br /> Sea, with her, shee was, (as this Deponent found and understood<br /> afterwards) retaken by 2 ffriggotts in the Imediate Service of<br /> this Comonwealth, and by them carried into Scarborowe,<br /> (whetherried into Scarborowe,<br /> (whether  +
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