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|Status=First cut transcription started and completed on 02/03/13 by Colin Greenstreet; edited on 22/05/13 by Colin Greenstreet
|Status=Uploaded image; transcribed on 02/03/2013
|First transcriber=Colin Greenstreet
|First transcriber=Colin Greenstreet
|First transcribed=2013/03/02
|First transcribed=13/03/02
|Editorial history=Edited on 22/05/2013 by Colin Greenstreet
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|Editorial history=Created 22/05/13, by CSG
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schedulate being as hee beleeveth ordinary rates of {Missing text}
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did by the consent of the sayd Bartlett leave the sayd shipp imediately
did by the consent of the sayd Bartlett leave the sayd shipp imediately

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for their great paines labour and care in the sayd {Missing text}
schedulate being as hee beleeveth ordinary rates of {Missing text}
to persons in the like shipp as the Recovery and in the like voyage {Missing text}
places and offices as the parties schedulate did are And further {hee}
cannot depose./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively for the
reasons in his foregoeing deposition declared./

To the 2 and 3 Interrogatories hee saith saving his foregoeing deposition wherein
hee hath as fully as hee can satisfied the contents of these Interrogatories
hee cannot answer otherwise than negatively./

To the 4th 5th 6th and seaventh Interrogatories hee saith that the sayd
Bartlett did in manner as in this deponents foregoeing deposition
is at large declared expresse his desyre to steere for England and
keepe Company with the Gilbert, but the Company seeing the leakinesse
of the shipp and her inability thereby and for want of tackle to performe
the same, and the eminent danger the shipp and lading and
their lives would bee in in fullfilling the sayd Bartletts desyre in steereing
for England, did in manner predeposed without the Consent of the sayd
Bartlett beare up the helme and sayle for the Islands as aforesayd which
the sayd Bartlett afterwards did as predeposed condescend unto, and
helped to sayle her into Antego And further saving his foregoeing deposition
hee cannot answere./

To the 8th Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing
touching any threate given to the sayd Bartlett, or scorneing of
his Commands, or of any disobedience to them other than what hee hath
before declared./

To the 9th hee saith that by reason of the extraordinary paines
the Recoveries Company tooke in continuall pumpeing, the goods on
board her were preserved dry and in good condition when they came to Antego notwithstanding the
stresse of weather and leakinesse of the sayd shipp./

To the 10th Interrogatorie hee saith hee had on board the Recovery two hogsheads
a Punchion and one barrell of sugar and a hundred and three loggs of fustick
And saith hee receaved his sugars safe at London and about seaventy loggs
of his fustick the rest being throwne over board in the
storme as hee beleeveth all save twelve loggs which the sayd Bartlett left behinde at the Barbados as hee confessed to this deponent and saith hee knoweth not nor hath heard
of any goods missing and imbezzled by any of the sayd shipps
company And further cannot answere./

To the 12th hee saith hee being only a passenger and by condition
only to worke for his passage till the shipps arrivall at London
did by the consent of the sayd Bartlett leave the sayd shipp imediately