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DD 4 19. die Aprilis 1650. 55

Hudsen et[?] stephins [?] }
Holmen et socios, nautas }
navis the Blessing }
Sulky[?] Allin[?]

[?] allegatione arlate ex [?]
Hudsen et Stiphins das[?] examinate

Bartholomew Grutz[?] de [?] Gifford
in Dom [?] Nauta [?] 55 [?] anteo[?]
[?] producent et incatus[?]

At 3 of 4 articles[?] dicta[?] allegations deponent et [?] that
hee this deponent being at Rochill within[?] the Kingdome of
France about this monthe of Aprill in [?] [?] 1649 last
past was sent for by Mr. John Hol[e?] and Mr. Baron Master[?]
then being at [?] from[?] unto them and being some
other [?] with him, which this deponent did accordinglie
and att jury[?] his gathering[?] thither[?] was shipped and hired by
Mr. Barber Master of the shipp the Blessing (which was then
att Mante[?] upon a Merchandizing voyage) to goe and serve
in the said ship as his Mate himself; [?] being
commended unto the said Imployment[?] by the said Mr. Hole[?] and
Mr. Baron, who hee saith upon in this [?] purpose and there said and affirmed that
the Drunken and debauched carriage of the coming aboard
the said shippe the Blessing was such that they would not
trust a penny worth of goods aboard with them and that therefore
they desired that this deponent and [?] marriners & seamen
as hee brought along with him might and would take upon
them theire[?] severall charges and imployment abord the said ship is
the [?] and hoard of the said Holman and company (who were
then gone from and absent from the said ship the Blessing. and
which had [?] debauchedly behaved themselves as aforesaid it [?]
[?] [?] [?] deponente[?]

Ad 5th Depoisition et dicit[?] that after sayd tyme as this deponent
came aboard the said ship the Blessing' at [?] aforesaid, [?]
for and dureing all the tyime of the voyage in question
after that[?] the arlate Robson and Pollard parties in this
since did carry and begane[?] themselves very debauchedlye [?] and [?] and
were very often[?] Denmarke, and did soe demand that themselves that they[?]
were not fitt to bee in Company amongst men but rather
beasts. And saith that during the said tyme the thee[?]
said Pollard and Robson did very often refuse to doe and
obey sure[?] Commands of the said Mr Barber master of the said
shipp as hee had desired[?] this deponent to see done and performed[?]
about the said shipe [?] and which this deponent from
tyme to tyme willed them to undertake and effect[?]