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Accompts of the sayd Pryor South and Clements and alsoe of one Mr Maurise Thompson touching some of their
dealings in Copartnershipp and amongst the rest touching the sayd shipp
the discovery alias the Saint Jacob thereby knoweth that the sayd South and Pryor
after the sale soe made were both made acquainted with the sayd
sale, and that the sayd Clements was notwithstanding the sayd sale
to hold a quarter parte of her at the rate aforesayd, and did allowe
of the sayd sale and receave each of them of Captaine Crandly arlate
upon Accompt towards their parts of the sayd sale one hundred pounds
And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 2 article hee saith that in or about the Moneth of May 1645 arlate
the sayd shipp being by Captaine Plunkett and others aforesayd to be fitted out to sea the
sayd Plunkett did require the sayd Clements
to sett out the the quarter part of the sayd shipp which hee had as
aforesayd upon sale of her reserved to him selfe to sayd Clements
and other the Owners; And the sayd Clements thereupon sent this deponent
and one John Simonds since deceased to the sayd South and Prior to acquaint them therewith and to knowe
of them whether they would hold any of the sayd quarter part and fitt
and sett out the same, which this deponent and the sayd Simonds at his request accordingly
did and they receaved answere from the sayd South and Pryor that they
would have nothing to doe therein for that they did not like the designe
shee was then bound upon or words to that effect And hee this deponent
being the Accompt keeper as aforesayd thereby knoweth that the sayd
Clements as by the Accompts appeareth did beare the whole charge of setting
out the sayd quarter part of the sayd shipp the sayd voyage except one
fifth part of the sayd Quarter which the foresayd Maurice Thompson sett
out at his charge as by the Accompts alsoe appeareth And further to this
article hee cannot depose/

To the 3 article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee this deponent being imployed
as aforesayd to keepe the Accompts betwixt the sayd Clements South Pryor
and Thompson touching their dealings in Copartnershipp thereby knoweth that
in the yeare 1645 (sic) all Accompts were cast up and ballanced aswell touching the
sale of the sayd shipp the discovery alias the Saint Jacob as other Accompts
betwixt the sayd Clements South Pryor and Thompson (except for some prizes
formerly taken and then remayning in suite) and the same being
soe ballanced this deponent by order of the sayd Clements and at the desyre
alsoe and request of the sayd South and Pryor did in the sayd yeare 1645 (sic) deliver
the sayd Accounts soe stated to the sayd South and Pryor who either gave them
or sent them to the arlate Mr Kinnaston to peruse and examine, and the sayd
Kinnaston kept them by him and this deponent comeing to the sayd Kinnaston severall