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that (as he hath heard by discourse of the said ships Company
William Avery either through willfullnes or mistake did order
the said ship the Pearry contray to the said Captaine Ellisons
Commands, and soe hee saith that it was generally reported aboard
The said ship that by reason of the said Averyes neglect or mistake
the said ship the Pearry was not steered to laye
the said man of warre crose the hawse as Captaine Ellison had
given order. And further hee cannot depose.
To the 14th hee cannot depose./
To the 15th hee saith and deposeth That after the said fight
was ended hee did heare the said Symon Bayly
saye abord the ffrench man of warre unto the producent Captaine
Ellison that if hee the said Ellison would desire it hee would give
him a Note or Certificate under this hand that his Companie
would not fight; And saith that hee is confident hee would have
done the same if Captaine Ellison had desired the same And
further hee cannot depose./.
To the 16th hee saith and deposeth that after the said shippe the
Pearry was taken hee this deponent did see the said Symopn
Bayly goe alonmge severall tymes with the ffrench and show
them where the finest of the said ships lading was stowed
And saith that hee heard Captaine Ellison abord the said ffrench
man of warre tell the said Bayly to his fface that hee had
betraied gim and his shippe, whereunto the said Bayly did againe
in this deponents hearing reply that hee would give it him under
his hand (if he would) that his the said Captaine Ellisons Companie
would not fight And further hee cannot depose
To the 17th hee saith that hee heard some of the ships Companie saie
att Talloone that they had noe reason to fight and adventire theire
lives for the said ships preservation in regard that they had more
money allready in theire hands then wa due unto them. And
further hee cannot depose otherwise then as aforesaid.
To the 18th hee saith there were some of the said ships Companie
put ashore (2. or 3. dayes before the rest) att the Iles of Ayris
And otherwise hee cannot otherwise then as aforesaid depose/
To the 19th hee saith hee knoweth all the parties interrate by sight And
saith they are men of good ranke and quality and sich as hee
beleeveth will not subscribe an untruth. And further hee cannot
To the 20th hee saith that John Craxson is a drunken debauched
fellow in his conversation and a man much given to [?XXXXXXX]
Cursing and saith hee hath heard some of Mr Cookes Companie
say that the said Croxton had a hand in the purloyneing and
takeing awau of a Barrill of Tynne out of its place
in the said shipp the Rebecca dureing her last voyage And further
hee cannot depose
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