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See the beginning at the end of A:3:


And that there were about three or fower dayes between
the sayd shipps passage from Aberdey to kings=roade, and
that there were victualls aboard her when she came to
kings=roade, And further he knoweth not to answere he
this Rendent being then imployed by the Master up to
London about busines./

To the nineteenth he answereth that by reason of the long
passage she had from the Barbadoes by reason of the
foule weather she mett with the sayd shipps company were
putt to short allowance, And further he cannot answere./

To the twentith interrogatory he answereth that he hath not
received any of his wages due unto him for the last voyage
which is the voyage in question, nor is promised it by any body

To the one and twentith he answereth that the shipp interrate
sett sayle from Graves=end in the fifth of Aprill 1656
for the Barbadoes, on her outward bound voyage
and that she sett sayle from the Barbadoes for this
port of London on the 24th of November last past, on
her inward bound voyage, and that the sayd shipps company
entered into full pay at the shipps going out at Gravesend
And further he knoweth not to answere./

To the 22th he answereth that he is neither promised, nor
doth expect any thing for this his deposition.

To the 23d he answereth negatively./

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin.



On the 12th of September 1657.

Rp. 4

John ffranckland of the parish of
Saint Andrew in holborne gentleman, aged
about 27 yeares, a wittnes produced
sworne and examined deposeth as followeth

To the first and second articles of the sayd allegation he deposeth and
saith That he this deponent came as a passenger in the
arlate shipp the Gilbert from the Barbadoes in the voyage
arlate, and he saith that he was there shipt aboard the sayd
Gilbert for this port of London, and for noe other port or
place in England, and that in the sayd shipps course
from the Barbadoes to London she came to an anchor neere
a place called Aberday in Wales, on a Sunday night
about the eighteenth day of January 1656, and that upon
the Monday morning Captaine Croford Master of the sayd
shipp finding and knowing where they were declared to the
sayd shipps company his intention or resolution to have [runn GUTTER]
with his sayd shipp and lading for London, and gave order
to the Mariners of the sayd shipp to that purpose and that
the maior part of them refused to goe for London, and did
force the sayd master (notwithstanding all his protestations) to