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and being therefore told by this deponent that hee would
complaine of them to Theire[?] said Master they the said Robsen
and Pollard have ofther times implied and said [?] can[?]
not for the[?] Master [?] cateem[?] sentia[?] [?] [?]
usu[?] el[?] sentia[?] [?] had this deponent being the masters[?] mate[?] of
the said ship the Blessing and the person that soe desired the
parties predeposed to doe theire duties abord the said shippe
as aforesaid [?] here[?] by knone[?] [?] the promsis[ith?] he be true
El [?] inscit[?] deponece[?].
Ad [?] dicit predepoita[?] sua [?] vera
Ad [?] [?] that the said Pollard and Robson
did see debauchedly mutinously and disobediuntly biware[?]
and demeane themselves as is predeposed
ashore and aboard the said ship whilst shee was and
remained at Naute[?] and [?] and diverse[?] about
tyme and plane during the said voyage, and did allsoe
he [?] a shore there sevrall[?] might. The said
ship being then in the Imployment of the a foresaid Mr
ffahe[?] & Mr. Barron El [?] [?] predeposed[?] for inscit[?]
Ad 2nd salnis[?] predeoisith[?] se inscit[?] nec[?] sic[?] deposuith[?]
Ad 3rd salnis[?] predeposith[?] se inscit[?].
Ad 4th [?] that the said Pollard & Robson did refuse
as aforesaid to doe theire dutyes and worke aboard the said
ship in the ordinary labour that pertained to them to doe
as naturely[?] the plotting of the said shippe [?] and looking
to her Rigging & not doing other ordinary & [?] there[?] be aboard the same for want whereof the said shipps tackle
and furniture hee saith became [?] [?] and deranged
El [?} salinis[?] predepoite[?] se inscit[?] [?]
Ad 5th [?] that hee was the [?] Mr Barbers mate aboard
the ship the Blessing as is predeposed El [?] inscit[?]
Ad 6th [?] sic [?] el [?]
Super allegations pred[?]
Richardus[?] Hong famulus el appriatius[?] Magti[?]
[?] Barber poia[?] and from Barking in
Rower[?] hill atalis[?] fuce[?] 18[?] [?] ant[?] de[?] [?]
[? [?] el irratus[?].
Ad 3th el quartum[?] arloe[?] [?] allegacione deponent
el dicit that whilest the shippe the Blessing arlate