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To the 17th hee saith that the said Luke Wood did Severall times
in this deponents Hearing call the said Thomas Grove yong Roague)
and Knave and such like names. And to the rest he referreth himselfe
to his foregoeing deposition:/:

To the 18th. hee Referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and further
cannot Answer:/:

To the 19th. hee saith that the said Thomas Grove was and is
an Able, and Experienced Seaman, And further doth
not Answer:/:

To the 20th. hee saith that during all the Voyage in question
the said Thomas Grove did endeavour to make the mariners
of the said Ship doe their dutyes And upon Carlesse neglects
of their said Dutyes the said Grove did moderatly Corect them
therefore, And saith that hee this deponent, (being the Interrate
Richard Blake) did receive of the said Luke Wood
five pound at Plymouth, which. the said Wood gave to this Deponent
here in London, upon Condition that hee this Deponent should
subscribe to the note which most of the Company had subscribed
The effect whereof was that this Deponent and Company should
take only twelve monthes pay in full for their service in the
said ship the said voyage And further cannot Answer, saving negatively
for part:

To the 21th Negatively:/.

To the 22th hee saith that hee hath heard that the Interrate Thomas
Capell that was Cooper of the said ship the said voyage, did
say that hee would be revenged on the said Thomas Grove
though hee went to the Devill. himselfe; and that if hee the said
Capell could entrap the said Grove any manner of way hee
would send him to the Divell, or to the same effect and further
Cannot Answer:/:

Richard Blake [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 3 of May 1659

Examined on the says libell


William Best of Corfe in the County of Dorset
Mariner Gunners Mate of the shipp Peace aged twenty
two yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd libell hee saith that in the moneth of
March 1656 English style and during all the rest of the tyme arlate
the arlate Thomas Grove was Master and Commander of the arlate
shipp the Pease and had the charge and government of her as Master and
for such was Commonly reputed this hee the better knoweth for
that hee this deponent was about the tenth day of the sayd moneth of March
1656 hyred and shipped aboard the sayd shipp to goe and did from that tyme
goe gunners Mate of the sayd shipp during the whole voyage in
question and beleeveth that the sayed Grove was soe made Master
by and went Master of her with the consent of the arlate Vincent
Delabarr and Thomas de la Vall and other the Owners of the sayd shipp
And further to this article hee cannot depose/