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voyage soe made by him the said Robbinson in the
service and imployment of a chirurgeon abord the said shippe
the Providence alias the Defiance as aforesaid hee hath bin hired
by the arlate Joseph Dobbins he serve abord his ship
the Peeter arlate for and dureing a voyage wich the said
Mr Dobbins made with the said ship from this port of
London to Ireland and soe to Lisbourne about
next Junne wilbee 3. yeares since. Att wich tyme this deponent
(being an Apothecary by proffession) did furnishe his the said
Stephen Robinson chest with medicines and druggs for his
use as surgeon of the [XXX] the said voyage. And saith that hee the said
Robbinson was and is (if yet liveing) a very able and
sufficient Chirurgeon and saith a one as understandith
his profession and busines. reddens racionem scientio
sua ut supra at alr nescit deponere.

Ad deriim arlum dei lili deponit et dicit that the
said William Baker by reason of the said Josephe Dobbins
his not bringing home the said Stephen Robinson arlate with
him from Lisbourne in the said ship the Peeter according
to the agreement and contract usually in [XXX] made for that purpose
and by reason of this laste of his imployment for and during
the tyme since the arrivealle of this said ship hither and
for his service for his tyme unexpired by Indenture
made betwixt him and the said William Baker and by the
detention and witholding of his the said Robinsons
wages for and dureing for the said voyage and lastly for the losse of his medicines instruments foods and cloaths hee the
said Baker hath as hee this deponent hath verily
believe and is confident hath sufficed damage and
losse to the value of 100 sterling att the least or thereabouts
wich hee soe beleeveth to bee true hee this deponent knoweing,
the said Robinson to bee a forward and very apt young
man in his profession of a chirurgeon and such
a one as had hee bin heere with his master might have
produced much proffitt and advantage unto him. Et alr
nescit deponere.

Ad Interrogatoria/

Ad primum rendet that the Interrogant Robinson was before
his goeing out upon the Imployment in question in the shipp
the Peeter a very sober and carefull young man. Et alr
nescit [?XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX] Joseph Dobbins.

Ad 2um rendet that hee hath heard a flying report that the
interrogant Robinson was married at the tyme when but saith it was
from such as hee confident knewe nothing thereof. Et alr
rendet negative.