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willing and requiring him to be very circumspect and carefull therein
or to that effect, which hee knoweth having both heard the said Jacket
acknowledge soe much, and seene the said orders and Instructions in
writing aboard the shipp the Mayflower the said voyage in the said
Captaine Jackets custody. Et alr nescit.
Ad sextum arlum deponit that within the time aforesaid and after the
lading and putting the said cargazon of goods on board the said shipps
the Mayflower, the Peter and the Benjamin, the said Captaine Jacket
sett saile and departed in the said shipp the Mayflower in company
of the Peter and the Benjamin, and had the cheife commannd
thereof as aforesaid, and for commannder in cheife and principall
factor as aforesaid hee was commonly accompted and reputed, which
proceeding or departure hence of the said Jacket with the said
vessells was on or about the 16th day of June 1647, reddens
rationem scientia sua ut supra. Et alr nescit.
Ad septimum arlum deponit et dicit that within the time aforesaid and
after the departure hence of the said Jacket with the said shipps and goods
hee sailed for Ginney and there safely arived with the said shipps
and goods, and there hee and such others as were imployed with and
under him and by his order and directions solde bartered and trucked
away diverse of the said goods wares and merchandizes for Negro's
Ellephants teeth and gold and some provisions for the said Negro's,
which hee knoweth because hee this deponent arived therewith him
and sawe the said marchandizes and goods soe delivered and bartered
away, and helping to keepe the bookes and accompts thereof, Et
Ad octavum arlum deponit that within the time aforesaid and while the
said vessells were and [?abade] the said voyage at Ginny, the said William
Jacket procured and gained the number of 450 Negro's and upwards
and asmuch gold and Ellephants teeth as would here have yeelded and
produced 3000 li sterling or thereabouts, all which were soe hained and
gotten with the goods and commodities aforesaid soe laden aboard, and
belonging unto and sent out in the said shipps and vessells by the said
Captaine Cranley, Mr Vassall and company, reddens rationem scientia sua ut supra, alr nescit.
Ad 9um arlum depont that after the premisses the said Captaine Jacket
laded and put the said Negro's, Elephants teeth and gold soe gotten and gained
on board the said shipp the Mayflower and the Pinke the Peter and departed therewith for the Barbadas
leaving the said vessell the Benjamin to trade in Ginny, and [?XXX GUTTER]
his departure hee ordered the company of the Benjamin that when they
had there donne trading, they should retourne wuth her and with what
they could produce and get by such trading to the Barnadas to [?XXX GUTTER]
Mr Spensack and deliver them up unto his disposeing, telling them hee [?did GUTTER
order him to receive and dispatch thereof accordingly, which hee did upon
his arrivall there with the said shipp and Pinck the Mayflower and the
Peter, which there safely arived about the beginning of March [?XXX GUTTER
[?XXXX] et cetera reddens rationem, because hee this deponent arived there with him and
hee this deponent being then Purser of the said shipp Mayflower. Et alr [?nescit GUTTER]