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HCA 13/72 f.37r Annotate
First transcribed 22 February 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 37  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 22/02/2013  +
Transcription [inci]dent dammages or charges [on] a ship[inci]dent dammages or charges [on] a shipps voiage at sea according to the<br /> commonly received sente in this (being as this producent understandeth the [XXX] thereof) this rendent not understanding<br /> the signification of the word Perilodmonage, and that in English bills<br /> of lading, primage, averidge, and freight are usually expressed, and in<br /> charterparties usually are expressed freight primage averidges and port=charges And<br /> otherwise saving his foregoing depositions hee cannot depose/ To the second Interrogatorie hee saith, that according to the Custome received amongst<br /> Merchants and Masters of shipps here in England primage and averidge<br /> usually expressed in the bills of lading are understood to belong to the Masters<br /> and Companie for their care and charge to bee had in and about such shipps<br /> lading of goods, to see them well stowed and placed, And saith, That according<br /> to the Customes received in Portugall upon the voiages interrate, such Masters<br /> and Companies have á small duty allowed them called Guindage.<br /> and further saith, That this deponent in Portugall aforesaid hath<br /> in the yeare 1649. being in dispute with one Captaine John Wills<br /> Master of the shipp the ''good Successe'' belonging to the rendent and other<br /> English Merchants and coming and arriving at Lisborne aforesaid from<br /> Ria da Genero in Brazeel, concerning the aforesaid Averidge, the said<br /> difference upon the motion of the said Captaine Wills was by this deponents<br /> contract referred to two antient English Merchants there residing, by<br /> whom it was awarded; part the said Captaine Wills should have<br /> an allowance for primage and averidge two hundred and forty Ree's<br /> per Tonne, togeather with a grauity in consideration of the hazard and<br /> danger of the said voiage amounting to fforty pounds sterling [XXXXXXX XXXX]abouts<br /> And further cannot depose as to the priviledges interrate/ To the third hee saith hee rendent cannot make any disquition in point<br /> of the severall dangers and hazards herby Interrate saying that according to<br /> common and constant observation, this rendent hath understood that shipps sayling<br /> for the Brazeel are much exposed and subject to the wormes/ To the 4th hee hee saith hee cannot of his owne knowledge or expeience depose<br /> any thing concerning any such [?Protest] or Co[XXX] as is interrate, And further<br /> cannot depose any thing to the rest of the demands of this Interrogated/ To the 5th hee saith hee rendent well remembreth, That one Captaine haddock<br /> master of the shipp ''hannibal'' of London being by his Owner designed to goe<br /> from London to Lisborne to seeke a freight from there to the Brazeele (upon which<br /> voiage hee did not effectually proceed) the said Owners or some of them to prevent<br /> any such dispute or difference concerning such averidges in that voyage [?mentioned]<br /> aforesaid, did treat with the said Captaine haddock, to allow him some consideration<br /> for the same, and that hee insisted upon a third part of such averidge, but that<br /> there was nothing then concluded thereupon, nor doeth this rendent [XXXX] remember<br /> the [XXXXX] of any other Treatie or Treaties of that Nature/: To the 6th hee saith That hee rendent welll knoweth, That upon such Brazeele<br /> Voiages [XXXXXX] or security is usually given by the Owners of shuch shipp or<br /> shipps or their factors in great summes to returne the said shipps and lading into the<br /> Dominions of the king of Portugall there to pay the said kings Customes<br /> And saith, that such voiages are usually procured by the Owners of such<br /> shipp or shipps, or by their factors or Agents resident in Portugall And<br /> further, [XX] to the actuall procuremenent of the voiage in f[XXXXX] , or of the security<br /> in such Cases usually taken as aforesaid, hee saith hee cannot of his owneforesaid, hee saith hee cannot of his owne  +
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