East Indies: May 1602

Pages 133-134

Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 2, 1513-1616. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1864.

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May 1602

May 3–26. 304. Court Minutes of the East India Company. Money warrants to Alderman Cambell, treasurer of the voyage, for watches, compasses and instruments, and for provisions, mariners_ clothes, &c. Information of some dislike against Thos. Yarmouth, resolved after some further dispute that he should be continued. The agreement with the other purser Pullison to be discontinued or stand in force, as Capt. Waymouth may think needful. Warrant for 11l. 6s. 8d. for salt for the voyage.
May 18._Wages of John Drewe, mariner for the North–west passage. Voluntary contributions to be brought in by 20th instant. News bills of adventure to be drawn, containing every man_s stock and all supplies in one gross sum. Day appointed for the auditors to furnish the accounts of the North–west voyage. Money warrants on account of the voyage:
May 20._Bond to save Alderman Cambell, treasurer, harmless for the wages of John Drewe, mariner. Warrant to pay 4l. 15s. to Rich. Wright, secretary for charges for procuring the Queen_s letters.
May 21–3._Money warrants for cordage and other things.
May 26._Money warrants for biscuit, iron hoops, and other necessaries. [Three pages and three quarters. Court Bk., I., 91–93.]