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8th Aprilis 1650. [CENTRE HEADING]

Smith con Stone}
[?Casheild: Yeo.}

Super allegatione arlate ex parte dre Smith
dat examinatus/



Franciscus Hammond de Shadwell parochia de Stepney
in Comitau Middlesex Nauta aetatis sua 24. annorum aut eo
circiter testis products et iuratus./

Ad 1um 2um et 3um arlos dicta allegationis deponit et dicit that
hee this deponent well knewe the arlate Captaine Thomas
Hawkins and John Stone And saith that the said
Hawkins within the tyme arlate did goe out Master and
Commander of the ship the Pilgrim arlate upon a voyage
to bee therewith made from the Port of London to New England
and from thence to Leghorne, and soe to Naples, and from
thence tp Messina and soe to Alexandria and to severall
other ports and places beyond the seas. And further saith
the arlate John Stone for and dureing the said voyage
was chosen and hired by the said Hawkins to bee his cheife
Mate with said respective places of Master and Mate they
the said Hawkins and stone did respectively take upon them and
for Master and Mate of the said ship the Pilgrim were
commonly accompted: Et ulterius deponit that Thomas
Smith the producent in this cause was in or about the
Moneth of August 1648 (att which tyme the said shippe
sett sayle upon the voyage aforesaid shipped and
hired by him the said Hawkins to goe and serve in the
said shippe the Pilgrim the voyage in question as a Mariner
and one of the said ships Company, and for such his service
did contract and agree with him the said Smith to pay unto
him 21. s per Moneth for soe many Moneths as hee should soe
serve in the said ship dureing the said voyage. The premises
hee deposeth hee this deponent being then allsoe hired and
did goe out in the said ship the Pilgrim the voyage aforesaid
as Trumpeter of her and was present at the hireing of him
the said Smith by the said Hawkins ut perdepout Et alr
salvis infrascripts nescit deponere