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HCA 13/72 f.347r Annotate
First transcribed 18 September 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 347  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 18/09/2013  +
Transcription thither amongest other prizes that hee hadthither amongest other prizes that hee had taken from the Turkes<br /> and that this deponent went a voyage to Genoa and came againe<br /> to Cadiz, and still found her there and then found the said Barent<br /> Claeson in treatie with the Vice Admirall about buying her,<br /> which buying and selling afterwards ensewed, and this deponent was<br /> acquainted therewith, although hee did not see the money paid,<br /> but was acquainted with bills of exchange and order for money<br /> received by the said Barent from Amsterdam from his owners.<br /> And otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid. To the nineth hee saith the said Claes Johnson first became<br /> master of the said shipp ''Nicholas'' at Cadiz aforesaid. And otherwise<br /> hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid. To the 10th hee saith that when the ''Nicholas'' was haled by the<br /> ''Maidstone'', and asked whence shee came, it was answered, that<br /> shee came from the West Indies, and hee heard noe mention<br /> made of Currarso, which hee beleeveth hee should, if the same had<br /> bin named, for hee was upon the deck, and marked what was asked<br /> and answered. And saith they fitted themselves for defence before<br /> the ''Maidstone'' came soe neere that they could see what shipp<br /> or whence shee was, not knowing but shee might be a Turke<br /> or Pyrat, but when they found her to be an English frigot, they<br /> endeavoured not nor intended any resistance, and otherwise negatively<br /> referring himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.. Repeated before doctor Godolphin. The marke of the<br /> said Simon '''V''' Claeson [MARKE, RH SIDE] *********************************** The 22th of Aprill 1658. [CENTRE HEADING] Examined upon the foresaid allegation. '''Rp. 5''' '''Court Thysen''' of Amsterdam Sailor, late one of the<br /> Company of the said shipp the ''Nicholas'', aged 22<br /> yeeres or thereabouts sworne and examined. To the first and second articles hee saith and deposeth that hee<br /> this deponent being in the time of the late warrs betweene England<br /> and holland at Guiney the shipp the ''Milke Maide'' of Amsterdam<br /> on a trading voyage in service of the dutch West India Company<br /> saw the arlate Claes Johnson and Barent Claeson there trading<br /> in two shipps whereof they were masters, named (as hee heard) the<br /> ''Angell'' and ''Yellow Sun''. And saith they having finished their<br /> busines, and taken in their Negro's before the ''Milkemaide'',<br /> departed with their said shipps and Negroes for the West India Ilands<br /> leaving the ''Milke Maide'' still trading in Guiney. To the fourth, fifth sixth and 7 articles hee saith and deposeth that after<br /> the premises (the time otherwise hee doth not remember) this deponent<br /> being at Cadiz in Spaine where hee remained for some space to<br /> learneained for some space to<br /> learne  +
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