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To the 2 hee saith hee knoweth the Lighter in question and wrought upon the repayre
of her as aforesayd and received 3 li - 9 s for his paynes therein of the producent Mayer
who imployed him thereabout, And further hee cannot answere/

To the 3 hee saith hee knoweth of all the materialls schedulate used about the sayd
lighter for that hee helped to worke them, and sawe them all used thereabouts and well
knoweth they were worth the prices schedulate And further hee cannot answere/

To the 4th hee saith hee wrought every day upon the sayd Lighter and sawe the rest
of the persons schedulate worke the tyme and dayes schedulate upon sayd Lighter And
saith hee wrought by order of the sayd Maior And further hee cannot depose/

To the 5th hee cannot depose./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin./

William Rolinson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 16th day of Aprill. 1656.

Examined upon the sayd Libell

Rp 4us

William Haynes of Horsey Downe in the County of Surry Shipp=
Carpenter aged nineteene yeares or thereabouts a witnes sworne
and examined saith as followeth. videlicet.

To the first article of the sayd Libell he saith he cannot depose.

To the second article of the sayd Libell, This deponent saith, he knew well the arlate Lighter
the William and ffrancis, And saith that the sayd Lighter within the tyme libellat
(and in the monethes of October and November 1654. ashe now remembreth)
did ly in the River of Thames, and was much decayed in her planckes amd
stood in great need of reparations, whereupon the arlate Mathew Coultman
(who as he sayd had order from her Owners to gett her amended) came to the
sayd John Mayor (who was and is a shipps carpenter by his profession)
and gave his order and desired him sufficiently to repair and amend the
sayd Lighter and to make her tight and strong or to that effect, this deponent
being present when he gave said order. And the sayd John Mayer did
thereupon hire Edward Bigland, William ffurnis. Isaac Meyer, John
Priddam, henry Row, Richard Mallet, Thomas Phillips, and a boy, and did
employ him this deponent; and his fellow servants William Robinson, and
Richard Cooke, to and for the doeing of the sayd repayres, which were by this
deponent and the sayd other persons done accordingly. And the sayd hired
persons were by agreement to have, and did recyve of and from the sayd John
Mayor the severall and respective summes for their worke and labour in the arlate
Schedule mentioned, which Schedule hee hath now read and perused. And this
deponent and his sayd fellow servants doe usually earne the respective summes
sett downe for them in the sayd schedule for the number of dayes workes schedulate
And all the sayd persons were imployed for the respective number of dayes in
the sayd Schedule expressed, which hee knoweth for that he wrought upon the sayd
worke with them and from the beginning to the end thereof. And he further saith
that hee saw all and singular the planckes and other materialls and goods schedulat
imployed in and upon the repaire of the sayd Lighter. And that the same were
then worth the severall and respective summes sett downe in the sayd schedule
which he deposeth for that such like goods were of his knowledge then usually
sold att such rates. And hee saw the sayd wages duly payed to the sayd hired
persons. And doth veleive that the sayd worke and repaires could not have