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HCA 13/73 f.174r Annotate
First transcribed 4 January 2014  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 174  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 04/01/2014  +
Transcription To the 7th hee hath not soe deposed./ To To the 7th hee hath not soe deposed./ To the last hee cannot Answer/: ffrances Meed [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ********************************* The same day. Examined on the said Allegation. '''3''' '''Ralph Shephard''' of Horsey downe<br /> Carpenter. aged 24 yeeres or thereabouts sworne<br /> and Examined./. To the first hee saith that hee this deponent belonged to the ship ''Iland''<br /> ''ffrigot'' which lay in the Road of Oratava and by the side of<br /> the ship the ''Desire'' arlate at the time of her being there the voyage<br /> in question. And thereby knoweth that during all the time that<br /> the ''Island ffrigot'' Lay there (which was about Eight weekes<br /> the said ship desired did not come within three quarters of<br /> a mile at the least to the Place where the said ship the ''Alexander''<br /> Rid, not did at any time during the said ''Iland frigotts'' stay there<br /> ride by or make fast to any of the buoyes Cables or Anchors<br /> or buoy Ropes, belonging to the said ship the ''Alexander'', neither<br /> did the arlate Colquite Master of<br /> the said ship ''desire'' during the said Time, cut or cause to be<br /> cut any of the boyes buoy Ropes, Cables, or Anchors of the said<br /> ship the ''Alexander'', or any other ship, but what were his owne<br /> which hee knoweth for that hee belonged to the said ''Island ffrigot''<br /> for All the time shee lay there as aforesaid; And further Cannot<br /> depose./. To the second and third hee saith that the arlate ship the<br /> ''Desire'' in the moneth of December last, shee then lying<br /> in the Road of Oratava, was forced from her Anchors and<br /> Cables, by meanes of stormes, and driven out to sea; and there<br /> were buoyes left fastned thereto, and they intended to returne againe<br /> and come to their owne Anchor[?s] by the Guidance of their boyes<br /> and saith the said Colquite did loose three Anchors in the said<br /> Roade the said voyage, by reason that the buoyes were kept under water<br /> by meanes of Great Currants, and saith that many Anchors are<br /> and have bin lost in the said Roade by meanes of the boyes being<br /> kept under water by meanes of the Currants, and their<br /> loosing, And saith that the said Colquite upon his returne<br /> into the said Road the second time after hee had bin driven out<br /> as aforesaid, did make fast the said ship the ''Desire'' to a slip Rope<br /> or buoy, belonging to a ship whereof one Osborne was<br /> Comander and Rid by that and her Sheate Anchor and and<br /> rid soe about nine houres, and then the said Colquite in<br /> regard hee could not loose his owne Rope that hee fastned<br /> to the Buoy rope or buoy belonging to the said Osbornes<br /> ship hee Cut his owne Rope, and for sometime rid<br /> by his Sheat Anchor; And did noe Prejudice to the said<br /> Bouy or Buoy Rope or Cable or Anchor belonging<br /> (to Cable or Anchor belonging<br /> (to  +
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