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the said moneth there were laden aboard the said shipp the Grayhound at
Roane by the arlate John Cole sixtie three thousand hoopes, and fiftie baskets
of glasse, which hee knoweth because hee was then Skipper of the said shipp
and received the said goods aboard, and signed a bill of lading for the same
being the bill of lading annexed to the said allegation, and otherwise hee cannot depose
saving the contents of the said bill of lading.

To the third article and the first schedule annexed, hee saith hee cannot depose
saying hee neither knoweth the said Sam borne nor his hand writing, nor doth hee kno[?e]
Mr M[XXXX] as hee saith.

To the fourth article and second schedule annexed hee saith and deposeth that
the said schedule was and is the true and originall bill of lading for the
said goods, and was and is signed with the proper hand of him this deponent [XXX]
master of the said shipp, and the contents thereof were and are true and soe
had and donne as therein is contained, and that this deponent soe signed
the same two or three dayes after the lading thereof. And otherwise hee
cannot depose.

To the fifth hee saith that the said hoopes and glasse were taken in the said
shipp on the high and open sea by the arlate Captaine R[?iscamer]
and brought into dartmouth harbour, which hee knoweth being in her when
shee was soe taken. And otherwise hee cannot depose.

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition was and is true.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

Smith dt.

To the first hee answereth that hee hath noe share or interest in the goods in
question, but saith hee had aboard the said shipp at the time of the said seizure
about tenn pounds sterling worth of plaster ballast (and soe much hee saith the
same cost at Roane) belonging to this deponent and the rest of the owners of
the said shipp, and 142 dozen of glasse bottles belonging to this deponent
and his shipps company, and saith the said Cole who laded the foresaid hoopes
and glasse was and is an English man, and that the same were of the make
of ffrance, and were to bee thence transported to Bourdeaux in ffrance,
And otherwise saving his foregoeing deposition and the said bill of lading hee cannot
answer as hee saith.

Repeated before doctor Clarke.



27. die September: 1651.

[?Opayman] and Company late}
Mariners of the shipp the}
hopewell againsr John Wood}
Master thereof}


Phillip Cranwell of Limehouse in the parish of
Stepney in the County of Middlesex Shipp Carpenter aged 34 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined deposeth as followeth

To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee
this deponent was one of the Company of the Shipp the Hopewell
arlate, and went forth in her in or upon the third of August 1648, and
continued in the same untill the month of december 1649, dur[?eing]
all which time hee saith the said John Wood was Master Comander and
Governour of the said shipp the Hopewell and tooke upon him the care
and charge thereof during the same time which hee knoweth for th[?at]
he was Carpenters mate of and belonging to the said shipp as for and
dureing all the time afore said And otherwise hee cannot depose./

To the second hee saith that dureing the time predeposed this deponent did
serve in the said shipp, and was hyred by the said Wood, for 28 s per mon[?eth]