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HCA 13/73 f.37r Annotate
First transcribed 8 August 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 37  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Primary sources '''TNA''' <u>PROB</u> [[Tool'''TNA''' <u>PROB</u> [[Tools: PROB 11/290/253 Will of Aaron Mico%2C Merchant of London 20 April 1659|PROB 11/290/253 Will of Aaron Mico, Merchant of London 20 April 1659]]<br /> [[Tools: PROB 11/334/494 Will of Dame Jane Mico%2C Widow of London 09 December 1670|PROB 11/334/494 Will of Dame Jane Mico, Widow of London 09 December 1670]]<br /> [[Tools: PROB 11/320/440 Will of Sir Samuel Mico%2C Mercer of London 24 May 1666|PROB 11/320/440 Will of Sir Samuel Mico, Mercer of London 24 May 1666]]amuel Mico, Mercer of London 24 May 1666]]  +
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Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 08/08/2013  +
Transcription '''CC:''' The 30th of december 1658. Joh'''CC:''' The 30th of december 1658. John Greene, John Parker, Aron)<br /> Mico and Alexander Bence against)<br /> the ''Lisbon frigot'' and ketcher)<br /> Suckley. Smith) Examined upon an allegation given in on the<br /> behalfe of the said Greene and others<br /> the 22th instant. '''Rp. 1''' '''Charles Tey''' of Ligorne Mariner, aged 25 yeeres<br /> or thereabouts sworne and examined. To the first and second hee saith hee well knoweth the arlate Bartholomew<br /> ketcher and the shipp the ''Lisbone frogot'' whereof hee saith that the XXXXX<br /> arlate the said ketcher was master and had the governance of her as master<br /> thereof of his sight and knowledge, And further cannot depose, not<br /> knowing ought of the Charterpartie or affreightment arlate, saving what<br /> followeth. To the third 4 and 5th articles hee saith and deposeth that in the moneth of June last<br /> past the said shipp the ''Lisbone frigot'' was and remained in the port of Ligorne<br /> and that whiles shee was and soe remained there, hee saith there were loaded<br /> and put aboard her a cargo of oile, Rice, Silke, Silke stockings, turkey<br /> carpets, sope and other merchandizes to be thence transported to the Iland of<br /> Teneriff in the Canaries and there to be delivered to John Maria Basso<br /> and Jeronimo Basso or their agents, and saith the said lading was made<br /> at Ligorne by one mr Michael an English marchant and factor, and<br /> was said to be for the account of English merchants living in England, and<br /> the same were at the Canaries to be by the said John Maria Basso and<br /> Jeronimo Basso invested in logwood (as this deponent was informed by<br /> the merchant that loaded the same) which was to be brought in the said shipp<br /> to this port of London. And saith that the said merchant lader during such<br /> abode of the said shipp at Legorne, the better to secure her (being an English<br /> vessell) procured a passe or certificate from his highnes the grand duke<br /> of Tuscany, purporting that the said shipp belonged to Italians, subiects<br /> of the said duke, and calling her in the said passe the ''Santa Antonio di Padua'',<br /> and put this deponent (an Italian) Captaine of her, whose name was contained in<br /> the said passe as Captaine of the said vessell soe therein named the ''Santa Antonio''<br /> ''di Padua'', all which was donne and shee was furnished with the said dukes colours to secure and preserve the said shipp the<br /> ''Lisbone frigot'' and her lading from seizure by the Spaniards, in regard of<br /> the warres betwext England and Spaine, And being thus provided and<br /> furnished with the said passe (which this deponent had and still hath in<br /> his custody) the said shipp with the said goods and this deponent in her in<br /> the qualitie aforesaid departed from ligorne on the seaven and twentieth of<br /> June last new stile (or thereabouts) to goe to the Canaries and deliver the<br /> said goods to the said two factors or merchants there resident to whome they<br /> were consigned as aforesaid, and that shee arived at Oratavo in Tenereiff<br /> in or about the end of July or beginning of August the next following<br /> All which hee deposeth receiving the said passe, going the said voyage and<br /> ariving at Oratava in her. To the sixth and seaventh and eighth hee saith that the said shipp and goods<br /> being soe arived at Oratava, this deponent went there ashore and carried the letters<br /> of advice and dispatches to the said John Maria and Jeronimo Basso and<br /> caused them to be delivered unto their corresponden and caused them to be ad?vertised of the said arrivall, ando be ad?vertised of the said arrivall, and  +
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