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Ad. Interrogatories./

Ad ju rendet quad veint ragutui p produced ad tesh ficden in hacc
[?raa] And that if the interrogatory Mr Ellison will not paie him his wages
hee doeth entered to sne for them whether the interrogatory Bayly doe succeed
or be overthrowne in this cause [Latin - thi aith rondet nego et insnt?]

Ad 2nd rendet negative his parte sne./

Ad 3rd rendet that the interrogatory Symon Bayly was appointed
to keepe the steerage of and in the said ship Pearry as is
interrogatory [Latin- et arle inscit pro parte sne arle quad prodepoit./]

Ad 4th rendet that hee had noe comand or quarter assigned
unto him as is interrogatory, but being Chirinrgton was in the hould
of the said ship all the time of the said ffight. Et alre infcit

Ad 5th rendet that hee hath bin informed by some of the said
shipp Pearryes Companie that the interrogatory Ellison at the beginning of
the said fight did begane himselfe very well.
fastening that hee saith the said Captain Ellison did come downe
into the hould [?dw .... latin insert? said XXXX et prodepocit] and [dofired?] saith as were there that if they were
mea or would shew them felues soe, then to returne again to their

To 6th rendet that at the interrogatory Captaine Ellison first comeing
downe into the said shipps hould hee did take a candle and
search to and fro for such men as had defected theire staciones
as to [interted]? and such as hee found hee willed them to repaire
againe and stand to theire stacons. Et alr infcit

Ad 7th rendet that att such tyme as the interrogatory Symon Bayly
did saith come downe and stand upon the ladder entring unto the hould
of the said ship the Pearry ut prodepoit hee this rendet did
heard him tell the said Capt Ellison that [diverfes?] of
the said shipp Companie were killed and wounded and the rest had
deserted therie quarters reperefore hee desired to know what hee
the said Ellison would bee and whether hee would not call for greater
Et alr salins prodeports Et alr nefcit et nege rondet

Ad 8th rendet [Latin - so ad prodepoita t alr nefcit et nege rondet]

Ad 9th salinis prodepeits se nefcit et negative rendet

Ad 10th rendet that the said Symon Bayly was the first man
that this rendet heard talke of or make mention of quarter Iwrenit et XXXX Et inter
Et arl referendo so as rends sua as 7th interr nefcit renderet

Ad 11th nefuit pro parte sua./

Ad 12th rendet that hee doeth believe that if the said Captain Ellison
had showed himselfe amongste his compaine as hee ought to
have done the said ship might have bin still kept and defended
from the ffrench. Et arl rendet negative et nefcit/

Ad 13th rendet that the ship the Pearry interrogatory was of the Burthen
of about 460 Tonnes and carryed 26 peece of Ordman abord
her. And saith that enreing the fight interrogatory there were 3 of the piarryes
Companie killed outright and 10 or 11 wounded. Et arl nifcit