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beleeveth that those who goe thither when much Ice is upon
the Coast must carefully watch an oportunitie when the Ice
opens to gaine shoare or harbour And further cannot answere

To the last videlicet the 17th Interrogatorrie hee saith saving his foregoeing
deposition hee cannot more perticularly answere to
this Interrogatorie, knowing not what to beleeve in the
case Interrogate./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin

Lovewell Luckett. [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 16th of ffebruary 1656/

Examined on the sayd allegation./

dt Gosling


Jeramie Jolley of Ratcliff in the County of Middlesex
Roape Maker aged thirty eight yeares or thereabouts a
wittnesse sworne and examined saith and deposeth as
followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent was
one of the Company of the Owners Adventure for the voyage in question
and hyred by the arlate Thomas damerell to goe the same and saith the
voyage was a Greeneland voyage for fishing for whales and the sayd damerell
went Master of her that voyage and the arlate Gosling and Maundrie were
his two mates of her the sayd voyage but who shipped them for mates hee
knoweth not And further cannnot depose/

To the 2 hee saith hee cannot depose for that hee heard not any such order or direction
as is arlate given to the sayd damerell by the arlate Batson Beane and the
rest of the Imployers of the Owners Adventure nor sawe any order or direction
in writing to that effect./

To the third hee saith that upon or about the second of June last 1656
the arlate Gosling Maundrie this deponent and the rest of the Company of
the Owners Adventure brought the sayd shipp within about three or
fower leagues of Bell Point and the Port then boare North east
of the sayd shipp, and the sayd shipp being there the sayd damerell
went on board of the shipp named the Adventure of Hill whereof the arlate John
Pybus was Master, and stayed aboard her three watches which is
about twelve howers, and that not longe after the sayd damerell soe went on
board the sayd Pybus his shipp, the sayd Pybus his shipp sett sayle with
the sayd damerell in her, and went off to sea wards and from wards the
Port, and in the tyme damerell stayed aboard her went soe off fromwards the
Port about tenn leagues, and the arlate Maundrie and Gosling and the
rest of the Owners Adventure followed the sayd Pybus his shipp
the sayd tenn leagues before the sayd damerell returned aboard the
Owners Adventure, where as the sayd Gosling Maundrey this deponent