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To the 3: 4th 5th 6th and 7th Interrogatories hee saith saving his
foregoeing deposition to them, formerly taken in this cause when
hee was examined upon the libell in this cause given and his
deposition to the sayd libell to which hee referreth hee cannot
further answere to those Interrogatories./

To the last hee answereth negatively./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

Henry Tidemans [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The last of ffebruary 1658./

Examined on the said Allegation./:

Sorrell con hall)

Rp. 2us.

John Moses of Upper Shadwell in the parish
of Stepney mariner aged 52 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and Examined:/:

To the said Allegation hee saith that on the Morning hee was in Company
with one John Bathoe, who was one of the Company of
the arlate ship the Abigail her last voyage as hee declared
to this deponent and saith that this deponent and the said Bathoe and others holding discourse together
about the said ship Abigail and the arlate ship the
Agreement and John hall the Master of her, the said Bathoe said
that hee could not blame Mr hall in any thing,
touching the sincking of the ship, for hee was to Leeward
of the Abigail and declared and said that it was only the fault of the man
at the helme for hee starboarded the Abigails helme and
bore up from the South East to the North East, and by that meanes ranne
aboard the Agreement and alsoe said that if hee the said Bathoe had had any thing in his hand hee would have ?bXXXX him ?about
the ?path for starboarding anthe helm XX soe much or to that effect all which hee soe spake
in the presence of This deponent one William Robinson and Jenkin Jones and Mr hall the Producent And further hee
Cannot depose saving the said Bathoe told this deponent that the Owners of
the Abigail gave a shilling ?to ?Drinke and would have him say that mr hall was in the fault/

To the first hee saith hee cometh required by mr hall to
Testify in this Cause, And saith the foresaid words or the like in
effect were spoken by the said John Bathoe at the
signe of
the ffountaine in White Chappell, in the presence of this
deponent the said Robinson, the said Jenkin Joanes. and Mr hall the
Producent, and this deponent and the said Robinson went to the
said bathoe, to heare what hee would say about this busines
at the request of the said hall, and further cannot answer
saving as aforesaid:/:

To the second hee saith hee hath used the sea for theise seaven
yeeres last, most of which time hee hath bin in the States
Imployment. And saith hee is worth five pounds his debts paid
and further cannot answer. for his part./

To the 3d hee cannot answer being then in Scotland in the
states service:/: