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Ad 15 Rendet that Mr Suckly has the order Interrate and
has a copy now about him. there is not any command
therein to pay the mariners wages. Et alr salvis prodepoitis
nescit deponere.

Ad 16 et 17 rendet that some of his mariners were hired
by the voyage others by the month, and one with another hee
reconeth their wages to bee about fifty shillings a man per month.
And saith that two or three of his said men were hyred
about a weeke or tenn dayes before the said shipps Went out from
Bugbys hole, In time of peace hee saith it is usuall to hire men
at Halfe pay in the River of Thames, until their falling
downe to Gravesend and untill they shall bee cleared there.
There was noe ffreight to bee paid according to the Charter
party untill the shipps returne. Onely primage and Average
at the delivery of the Goods at Archangell. Et alr nescit

Ad 18 rendet that this deponent and the said Morley advised the ffreighters
of some or one of them to goe to the ffleete as is Interrate and
proffered to beare their Charges up and downe. And saith that Mr
Caryll and Bell came to London but whether they tooke
any Advice of merchants about that busienes hee knoweth not.
Et alr nescit

Ad 19. 20 et 21. Rendet that these two sutes in his Judgment are one
and the same, and the Charterparties are the same saving the shipps
names the owners the burthen of the shipp the Masters names, number
of men. And hee beleeveth the determination. will bee one
and the same, Mr Suckly is proctor. Sir William Turner Sir Walter
Walker are Counsell for this deponents owners. Morley is Examined on this
deponents owners behalfe, and this deponent on the said Morleys hath
not had Communication with any about this busienes, or his disposition
herein: Before this suite was commenced this deponent on behalfe of his
owners proffessed to and would have left the decision of this busienes
to the award of any unconcerned merchants: the owners hee saith are
not to pay any thing to the ffreighters as to any losse or dammage
in regard as hee saith these ffreighters were not bound to lade any
goods on board, and also for that they failed in their lycense and
protection. And these Caryll and Edwards hee saith many times
declared to this deponent and the said Morley that they had bought
the greatest part of the goods the yeare before and could not
shipp them of that yeare. As to the ffreight and damages
sued for by this suite he referreth them to the determination
of the law: And saith that hee beleeveth that he came from the buoy in the
Nore in three or ffowre days space. to Ratcliffe Chaine. And saith the said
ffreighters never sent a boate or bills of lading to take away their said
goods untill they were by order from this Court summoned to appeare
and show cause why they would not ffetch away their goods and
pay this deponent and his owners their Charges. And Mr thirsby he saith
somewhat before the said processe was issued out said that the shipp was a
good warehouse for their goods. Et alr nescit

Thomas Andrews [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

Repetit coram dre
lloyd. Surrogate [?XXXX] Edwardo Browne Notary publique.