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HCA 13/73 f.89r Annotate
First transcribed 11 August 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 89  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 11/08/2013  +
Transcription doth not nowe remember having lost most ofdoth not nowe remember having lost most of his Accounts.) And<br /> saith that those summes were all that hee receaved the said voyage<br /> in part of his wages for his Service in the said Shipp, And further<br /> cannot Answer. To the 2d hee hath not soe deposed. To the 3d hee saith hee well knoweth all the partyes schedulate.<br /> and saith that Christopher Malym is here in London;<br /> or neere London, and soe is the foresd John Roberts, but<br /> knowes not where the rest are; And saith that all the<br /> mariners schedule were able Seamen, and were all Able<br /> (for ought this deponent knoweth to the Contrary) to performe<br /> their severall places which they were put into in the said<br /> ship the said voyage, And further doth not answer:/. To the 4th hee saith hee doth not approve those Seamen<br /> Sufficient Mariners that willfully suffer a ship and her Lading to be<br /> Cast away in a faire winde, And weather; when the Ship<br /> hath Liberty, and Searoome; And saith that the bookes<br /> of Accounts, and all other accounts touching the said Ship and Lading; (which were aboard<br /> the said Ship, at and upon the Death of the said William<br /> Malim,) were locked and Sealed up in a box, by one<br /> Captaine Hudson Comander of the ''Smyrna ffactor'', and<br /> Miles Bro?cose Comander of the ''William'' (which were in<br /> Company of the ''Anne'') the same daye that the said William<br /> Malim Dyed; and after they were soe Locked and<br /> Seiled up, they were put into<br /> the Masters Cabbin, where they remained untill the<br /> said ship came to Cyprus, (after she came from Scanderoone;) where<br /> (by order of the Worshipfull Roger ffooke) the said box was opened<br /> in the presence of the said Captaine Miles Brouse, and Captaine Plump=<br /> =ton, Comander of the ''Comerce''; and the bookes or Accounts<br /> wherein the bills of Ladeing firmed at Scanderoone; for their<br /> homewards Voyage, were entred, was taken out and<br /> delivered to the said Worshipfull Roger ffooke, and then the said<br /> box was Locked and sealed up againe by the said Brou[?se GUTTER]<br /> and Plumpton, and put into the Hold of the said<br /> Ship the ''Anne''; where they Continued and were when<br /> the said Ship was Cast away as aforesaid, And saith that<br /> after the said Ship came upon the said Sands<br /> her Company had noe time either to save any papers<br /> or any of their Cloathes or goods which were in the said Ship,<br /> but were most of them Imployed about Hoysting out<br /> their boate, and using other meanes for saving of their<br /> Lives. and while they were soe busied this deponent gave, a small<br /> (baggs deponent gave, a small<br /> (bagg  +
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