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HCA 13/73 f.141r Annotate
First transcribed 2 January 2014  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 141  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 02/01/2014  +
Transcription bin out upon voyages in the service of Engbin out upon voyages in the service of English men;) and the<br /> said John Thompson is here married, and at this present liveth<br /> with his wife in East Smithfeild neere the Tower of London<br /> And further cannot depose./::- Repeated before Collonell Cock:/: '''I [?N]''' [MARKE, RH SIDE] ********************** The same day: [CENTRE HEADING] Examined on the said Allegation:/: '''Rp. (5us.''' '''John Thampson''' of East Smithfeild<br /> neere the Tower of London Mariner late<br /> master of the ship the ''Saint Catherine'' aged 25<br /> yeeres or thereabouts sworne and Examined. To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith that for and<br /> during all the Monethes of March, Aprill, May, June July<br /> August, September, October, November, and December 1658. the arlate<br /> Henry Boldero William Harris, and John Shephard were<br /> (and are this present) and soe ought to be the true and Lawfull, owners<br /> and Proprietors of all the arlate ship the ''Catherin'' whereof this<br /> Deponent was master and of her tackle, apparrell, and furniture,<br /> saving that hee this Deponent hath about ffifty pounds<br /> sterling interest in the said ship. The foresaid Premisses hee<br /> deposeth for that the said Owners made this Deponent master of<br /> the said ship, and they fitted and furnished her out on the<br /> voyage in question: and further cannot depose./ To the second 3d and 4th hee saith that about a twelve moneth since<br /> the said Mr Boldero, Mr Harris, and Mr Sheppard, (and alsoe<br /> this deponent according to his said Interest in the said ship) did at their<br /> owne Coste and Charges. fit and prepaire the said ship, with<br /> tackle, Rigging, sailes Anchors and Cables, and other Necessaryes<br /> for a voyage to be made with her, from Delphs haven, (at which place<br /> hee saith she was soe fitted, and prepared) to Plymouth<br /> and from thence to Newfoundland, and soe to Avero in Portugall,<br /> And saith that an English merchant living in<br /> Rotterdam who is ffactor and Correspondent of the Arlate Nicholas<br /> Opye of Plymouth Merchant did on the behalfe of the said<br /> Mr Opye, hire and take to fraight the said ship of and from<br /> the said Mr Baldero, Mr Harris, Mr Sheppard and this deponent<br /> to goe the foresaid voyage, namely from Delphe Haven<br /> to Plymouth, thence to Newfound Land, and from thence<br /> Alvero, aforesaid; And saith the said shipp proceeded on her said Voyage,and sayeth she arrived at Newfound<br /> =land where shee tooke in ffish; and was to have Caried the same to Avero<br /> And as shee was sayling up the mouth of the River<br /> of Avero. the said ship and all her lading of ffish on board<br /> her. was on or about the moneth of december. 1658: taken<br /> and seized by the ship the ''Laurell Tree'' by vertue of a Commission of the King of Portugall and by her<br /> Comander and Company carried to Lisbone, and there<br /> Detainedto Lisbone, and there<br /> Detained  +
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