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might be taken aboard and there was about two boats lading
thereof taken aboard the sayd shipp, this deponent helpeing to heave
it aboard, and saith that after the sayd two boates were receaved
aboard the sayd Thomas Grove the Master of the sayd shipp refused
to receive the rest of the sayd fower or five boates ladeings
of salt on board the sayd shipp although the shipps company
were willing to receave and of this deponents knowledge could
well have receaved and carried all the sayd boates ladeings of salt
but turned them away without receaving the same to the dammage
of the sayd Luke Woods who had contracted for the same, but
what to value the sayd dammage at hee knoweth not And further
to this arle hee acannot depose./

To the 8th article hee saith that while the sayd shipp Peace remayned
at Leserns arlate and when shee was ready to depart thence the
arlate Luke Woods did with this deponent and Thomas Yeomans whome hee had
imployed on shoare in takeing Accompt of what salte was sent
aboard the sayd shipp to be laden, goe on shoare to cast up and
make even his the sayd Woods Accounts, that hee might bee
in a readines to depart, And hee saith that the sayd Thomas
Grove would needes goe on shoare and did goe on shoare at the same
tyme (but whether with them in the same boate hee remembreth not)
And after the sayd Grove was come on shoare hee the sayd
Grove went with the sayd Wood and Yeomans and this deponent to
the house where they were to make up their Accounts And the sayd
Grove there fell a rayleing against the arlate Edward
Crispe one of the Owners of and Adventurers of the sayd shipp
the sayd voyage, and called the sayd Crispe dogg and roague
and the like opprobrious language and saith they should suffer all for him the sayd Crispe or to that effect whereupon the sayd Woods
endeavoured to perswade the sayd Grove to be quiett and forbeare
such his ill language and telling him that though hee the sayd
Grove did not affect the sayd Crispe, must therefore all who
avere interested in the sayd shipp the sayd voyage suffer, or words to
that effect, whereto the sayd Grove replyed and sayd yes by [?God GUTTER]
they should all farre the worse for him, (meaning the sayd Crispe)
which words were spoken in presence of this deponent and the sayd
Yeomans, and Edward Spurling one of the sayd Shipps
Company And further hee cannot depose/

To the 9th hee cannot depose not being aboard then nor hearing
any such words spoken as are arlate by the sayd Grove./

To the 10th 11th 12th and 13th articles of the sayed libell hee saith
for that hee this deponent was imployed [for GUTTER]
about three weekes tyme in the moneth of August 1657 by the arlate Luke Woods at a place or [?harbour GUTTER] in
fferrylan in New found land to take account of and
lade fish aboard a Ketch there to be therein brought thence and delivered a board
the shipp Pease, hee this deponent was not present at any [?the GUTTER]
or actions arlate sayd in the sayd articles to be spoken and done by the said
Grove and therefore cannot depose to these articles./