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Idem ad Interrogatoria ex parte Avery et [?seXXX] dat
To the 1st and 2d Interrogatories hee answereth negatively saying
that Captaine Ellison was to his knowledge perswaded by the interrogated
Symon Bayly James Parrott and others not to fire at the ffrench before
they could knowe what they intended.
To the 3d Interrogatorie hee saith that the ffrench man of warr did laie
the said ship the Pearry abord upon her quarter att which tyme hee
saith the said Captaine Ellison was as hee remembreth in the Great
Cabbin of the said ship the Pearry. And otherwise then as aforesaid
hee cannot answere or deposeth.
To the 4th hee answereth negatively referring himselfe to
his former deposition. And otherwise cannot answere or depose.
To the 5th hee answereth negatively for his part.
To the 6th hee answereth negatively.
To the 7th hee saith that Mr Avery was wounded and John
dyet was a little bruised in the said fight. And likewise saith
that Captaien Ellison had a blowe with a bullet or a splinter
upon one of his Buttoches. And as for John Kennett hee
saith hee was sicke both before and after the said fight and soe
was not wounded therein. And otherwise hee answereth
negatively saying that about 27. or 28. of the said ship the Parreyes
Companie have voluntarily entred them selves into the
service of the ffrench.
To the 8th hee saith hee is allmost seaventeene yeares of
age and is not att all afraid of his master, but that hee
will and dare speake the truth in this businesse though it
were never soe much against the said Captaine Ellison, hee
being thereunto required by oath to doe, And saith hee
knoweth soe well what an oath is, and that hee would
not for all the world sweare an untruth
in respect of his owne soulles wellfare in the world to come./
To the 9th hee answereth negatively
To the 10th hee cannot answere or depose
To the 11th hee referreth himselfe to his former deposition And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 12th hee cannot answere or depose
To the 13th otherwise then as aforesaid hee cannot answer or depose
To the 14th otherwise then as aforesaid hee cannot answere or
To the 15th hee saith that the interrate Avery and dyet were wounded, but
whether soe dangerously as that they might notr for all that have stood
to theire stations hee cannot depose.
To the 16th hee cannot answere or depose
To the 17th hee cannot answere or depose.
To the 18th hee answereth negatively for his parte.
To the 19th hee saith that Captaine Ellison spoke (as hee beleeveth)
to Mr Cooke for his this deponents passage in his ship the Rebecca
and otherwise hee cannot answere or depose.