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To the 4th hee cannot depose.

To the 5th hee saith that John Kennett, William Avery, Paule [?XXXX]
[?XX] Chirurgeon of the Pearry, and this deponent did come from Tolloone
in Mr Cookes ship interrate And saith that hee is very confident more
of them (as well as this deponent and the rest of the said parties) might
have come therein for England if they had soe thought fitt, but hee
saith they had a greater mind to serve the ffrench (where they
had 3 moneths paie proffered them before hand and a large [?XXX]
or monthly pay besides) then to come home for their owne native
countrey. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the Interrate James
Perrotts Quarter with 11. or 12. men was abafte the Mast as is interrate
And William Averys station as hee saith was afore the Mast with about
6. men as hee remembreth, and the interrogate John Dyet was dureing the
said fight with Symon Bayly in his quarter. And saith that
soone after the beginning of the said fight hee this deponent
comeing into the said Parrotts quarter found that hee was
gone from thence, but whether, hee cannot tell, And further
hee deposeth that hee this deponent comeing into the great
Cabbin of the said ship the Pearry dureing the said fight did
finde the interrogated John dyett after hee had quitt his
station with his head under his precontest Mr Kennetts
Bedd whereupon hee had used to lye, in his tyme of sicknesse
there striveing to hide and shelter himselfe from the danger
which through his cowardice hee too much apprehended, And
hee likewise saith that after the said Perrott and Avery were
gone from their quarters the men appointed to defend each
place under theire comands did likewise leave the same too
and soe left them open and endefended to the Enemie./ And
further hee cannot depose./.

To the 7th hee saith that hee this deponent did see Captaine
Ellison diverse tymes dureing the said fight passe to and
fro from quarter to quarter visiteing and encourageing of
his men to stand to him, And saith that he did himselfe
followe him sometymes when hee did soe cherishe his companie
as aforesaid, and sawe him helpe and furnishe his men
with things as they stood in neede of dureing the said
fight. and did thereby undergoe and runne many [?XXXXXX]
dangers and hazards without the least shewe of
the apprehension of death to this deponents knowledge
hee being present and seeing his carriage and demeanour to
bee cas is predeposed. And further hee cannot depose