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To the 13th hee saith that hee heard diverse of the
shippe the Pearrys companie report after the said
fight abord the said ship that William Avery interrate did
by his mistake or ignorance by putting the said
shipps helme contrary to the said Captaine Ellisons intent
and directions, which hee saith if hee the said Avery had observed
it was generally reported amongest the said ships Companie
that the ffrench ship had not boarded the Pearry
with such advantage as shee did And otherwise hee cannot depose

To the 14th hee saith that since the said fight hee this
deponent hath severall tymes heard John Dyet curse
the said Symon Baily saying a Pox take his French
Tongue, for if hee could not have spoke French
wee had never lost our shippe./. And further hee cannot

To the 15th hee cannot depose

To the 16th hee saith and deposeth that the Interrate Symon
Bayly did of this deponents certaine knowledge and sighty
come diverse tymes from the said man of warre aboard the Pearry
and did there voluntarily and of his owne Accord showe the
said ffrench men where the finest and best of the said shipps
ladeing was stowed, and had of this deponents knowledge
some Corrall or redd beads out of the said ships ladeing for himselfe
which this deponent did afterwards see the said Bayly have in
his owne hands att Tolloone, and which hee said hee would
sell and make money of. And further to this Interrogatorie
hee cannot depose.

To the 17th hee saith that after the said ffight was ended and
abord the said ship the Pearry hee this deponent did heare a
report amongest diverse of the said shipps Companie that
many of the said Companie did saie that
why should they fight for they had more allreadie in their
hands then theire wages And there hee saith that hee
did heare John dyett since the said ffight say that hee
would for the future if ever hee came to engage in a fight
againe, knowe before hand upon what tearemes what hee should fight for before
hee would undertake the same. And further hee cannot
depose, saveing that as hee hath bin credibly informed by severall
of the said ships Companie the only men that stood to it, and
endured the said ffight were of the number of those that were
hired abroad to serve in the said ship, and not that came
from London Dave sone few of them.