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HCA 13/72 f.151r Annotate
First transcribed 23 April 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 151  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 23/04/2013  +
Transcription William Spencer came. (at night) aboard thWilliam Spencer came. (at night) aboard the sayd<br /> shipp, and that on the next day the arlate Croford<br /> did agree with the sayd Spencer to conduct and carry<br /> the sayd shipp to Penarth, which was done accordingly<br /> And further he cannot depose. To the ninth he deposeth that when the sayd shipp was<br /> arrived at Penarth the arlate Croford went ashoare<br /> and did afterwards send for the arlate Cobb, Upson<br /> Woodfall and Nicholls to come ashore unto him, and that<br /> they did goe unto him, But further he cannot depose./ To the tenth article he deposeth that the arlate shipp the<br /> ''Gilbert'' did lye at Penarth from about the 20th day<br /> of January 1656 to the 24th day following, and that<br /> on the sayd 24th day the sayd Captaine Croford came<br /> aboard the sayd shipp together with Nicholas Skidmore<br /> whom he the said Croford brought along with him, and<br /> that the sayd Skidmore did by the sayd Croford order<br /> pilott the sayd shipp from Penarth to King Roade<br /> arlate And further he cannot depose, saving that the<br /> sayd shipp did leave an anchor behind her when she<br /> came away from Penarth./ To the 11th and twelth he cannot depose, saying that he<br /> left the shipp when she was arrived in King=roade. To the thirteenth article he deposeth that he hath not the<br /> least knowledge of any mutiny that the sayd shipps<br /> Mariners were guilty of in her passage from the<br /> Barbadoes unto Kings Roade predeposed of, And further<br /> he cannot depose./ To the 16th he cannot depose/ To the last he saith his former deposition is true./ To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING] To the first hee answereth that he was first spoken into<br /> to come and be a wittnes by one Mr Richard Cooke of the<br /> shipp ''Gilbert'', and by Mr Standhopp the Mariners<br /> Sollicitor, and that he comes voluntarily And to<br /> all the rest he answereth negatively./ To the second he answereth that he onely knoweth the<br /> parties Agents by their names, and that he wisheth that that<br /> party should prevayle, which have most right, and that he<br /> would soe dispose the same it it were in his power/ To the third and fowerth interrogatories he referreth himselfe to his<br /> former deposition, And further he knoweth not to answere<br /> he for his part leaving the shipp at her arrivall in king roade./ To the fifth he answereth that he hath bin a Planter<br /> in New England nigh 20.ty yeares and hath made noe<br /> more or other voyages than from London to New England<br /> and thence to the Barbadoes and soe back againe for<br /> London England and soe he is not soe skillfull a Seaman as to<br /> know how to answere the latter part of the Interrogatory Toe the latter part of the Interrogatory To  +
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