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men needed not to have gone and entred themselves
into the ffrench service as they did, for if they had
but demanded thire passage of them they would
have granted it, but that they had noe reason to
beg theire companye for that that they had me enough
of theire owne, The premisses he deposeth hee
hearing Mr Brumpsted and Mr Grunwell two masters
of shipps of Bristowe then at Tulloone say as a foresaid
in the Consulls house there and further hee cannot

To the 17th hee saith and deposeth that the said
Chirurgeon of the said shipp did tell this deponent that
about 12, of the said ship the Pearrys companie did
in the said fight say that why should they adventure
theire lives and limbs for that they had noe wages
due unto them. And further hee cannot depose

To the 20th hee saith and deposeth that hee knoweth
the Interrogated John Crockston and saith hee will bee
drunck when hee came at liquor, And saith
hee hath heard that hee had a hand in the conveyance
away of a Barrill of [?Jinne] out of the place
where it was stowed in the shipp the Rebecca in her
last voyage. And further he doeth not depose

To the last Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that hee
this deponent cured William Averye of his wounds
interrogated and saith they were but slight wounds made
by splinters as hee concieveth and not any wayes
hindring or disableing him to have staid in his station
had not his eis bin blasted with powder, which were
doe done by his owne negligence as hee heard it
related by some of his owne companye. And further
hee cannot depose

Super reliqui non examinate ex directione producen

Idem ad Interria ex parte
Avery et ab data [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first and second Interrogatories hee saith hee
cannot depose hee haveing never heard any thing to
the effect therein conteyned