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HCA 13/73 f.90r Annotate
First transcribed 11 August 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 90  +
Parent volume HCA 13/73  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 11/08/2013  +
Transcription To the 6th hee saith that the foresaid shiTo the 6th hee saith that the foresaid ships in a [?forceable] Gale of wind outsailed<br /> the ''Anne'' and the ''Anne''. was driven by the said High<br /> winds and foule weather on the said Coast of ffrance, and further<br /> cannot answer saving as aforesaid./. To the 7 Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not how much the<br /> said Partyes schedulate or any of them received in part for<br /> their service in the said ship; but saith that at Cyprus in<br /> their Coming home, hee laid out, and paid amongst<br /> some of the ships Company by order of the worshipfull ffranics ffowke<br /> , a Certaine summe of money but how<br /> much hee knoweth not, nor perticularly to whom all the same<br /> was payd. and further cannot answer: To the Interrogatories in 2d loco:/: [CENTRE HEADING] To the first hee saith that the said ship ''Anne'' arrived at<br /> Cyprus the first time on or about the first of<br /> Aprill 1658: And from and after that time the said ship<br /> was Imployed (as this deponent supposed) by the said worshipfull Roger<br /> ffowke, and was by him ordered to goe to such ports and places<br /> as hee thought fitt, And further cannot depose./. To the 2d hee saith the said William Malin dyed on: or about<br /> the seaventeenth day of July last betweene Scanderoone<br /> and Cyprus. as the shipp was Coming homewards, and<br /> this deponent according to the Custome in such cases, succeeded<br /> him and at the Ships Comming to Cyprus, which was on or<br /> about the last of July 1658. the said Worshipfull Roger ffowke<br /> ordered this deponent to take the Charge and Care of<br /> her in bringing of her for England. And further hee cannot<br /> depose: To the 3d hee saith that at Satalia the said Malym did<br /> pay to severall of the ships Company some moneyes, but<br /> how much hee knoweth not, And saith that after the said<br /> Malins Death there was a Noate found. wherein was<br /> written that all the Mariners schedulate had received<br /> three monethes wages for their service in the said Ship<br /> But of this Deponents Knowledge none of the marine:rs<br /> schedulate receaved soe much: And further cannot Answer<br /> saving his foregoeing deposition. To the 4th hee saith that the foresaid money which hee<br /> this deponent paid as aforesaid to some of the mariners of<br /> the said ship hee receaved it of the Worshipfull Roger ffooke,<br /> And saith hee knoweth not particulalry how much the Mariners schedulate<br /> receaved nor any of them since their Departure from<br /> Gravesend in the said Ship and further cannot answer/: To the 5th hee saith the said Ship ''Anne'' was Driven upon<br /> the Coast of ffrance only by extreamity of the winde and weather<br /> and by the will of God. And saith that at Satalia was a Difference betweene Mr [XXXXX] ffrancis Rosse<br /> and George Southerne mentioned in the said schedule and Joseph Bond<br /> (but schedule and Joseph Bond<br /> (but  +
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