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was and remained at the Canarys[?] during the voyage arlate
the arlate Holman and company menconed[?] in 5th article of the
allegation in this pause[?] exhibited, did become themselves very
debauchedly, initially[?] and mutinously abord the said
ship the Blessing, and did as hee saith goe dayly afore[?]
there and returne againe [?] insomuch that by such
their lewd[?] and debauched carriage they were taken motive[?]
of by severall [?] here confident[?], who hee saith hee hath
heard said that because of such became of the partie[?]
predeposed they neither [?] nor would trust [?] goods on
board [?] [?] [?] in the [?] of such loafe and debauched persons El
whereine deponent[?] that whilst the said ship was and
contained at the Canaries aforesaid the said Holman & Company
aforesaid did Severall tymes goe a Race[?] here and retune [?]
again aboard the said shippe and then quarrelled and foughet
amongst themselves and the said Mr. Barber endev-
-ring to part them hee the said Holman and one Pollard
another of the [?] [?] this suite[?] did at severall tymes fall fowle
of and strike the said Mr Barber the master of the said shippe
and give him fowle and variable languages. And saith
that att the arriveing of the said shipp at Mante during the said
voyage Mr Baron theire[?] [?] being abord the said ship from the
Canaries to Mante[?] and seeing the carriage of such of the[?]
his arlate as were likewise then aboard to bee soe lewd and debauched
as aforesaid refused to lade any more goods aboard the same [?]
such tyme as the ship was [?] of the said persone and more
[?] men taken in theire stead, and hereupon his proutest[?]
with 4 more men was taken onto [?] aboard the said
shippe. [?] [?] [?] face hee this this deponent
being aboard the said shipp all the voyage in question and
sawe the said there[?] predeposed carry and behave themselves
as is above specified, and hereby knowedth[?] that [?]
they did much [?] in give [?] and [?] as is arlate[?]
and over then[?] the said voyage witch otherwise might have
bin wary[?] by the ffreight[?] [?] [?] the sum of 300. thereby[?]
El [?[ inscit[?] [?]

Ad 5th deponent[?] [?] during the voyage arlate the arlate
Holman Ardington Marke[?] Robson Pollard whilst
they were and continued in there service aboard the said
shippe did often tymes to this deponente retaine[?] frome[?} ledge[?]
absolutely refuse to doe lay[?] service and work aboard the
said shippe as the Master had willed the Mate to appointe
and sett them to doe and being to that hee would
complaine of them to the Master they the said [?]
have often [?] this deponente [?] [?] and needes[?]
[?] that they cared not for the [?] other[?] saying what