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which hee saith hee did well deserve for his service dureing the
voyage, And so did the arlate Thomas dan, likewise [?dearely] earne and
deserve the monthly pay of 40 s, And otherwise hee cannot depose./
To the third he saith that the said John Chapman and the rest of the p[?arties]
schedulated departed and sett saile outwards bound from Gravesend the
third of September 1648 arlate in the service of the said shipp and so
contynued in the service and imployment of the said shipp dureing
all the time that this deponent was in the same videlicet from theire setting
forth untill the 21th of december 1649 aforesaid, dureing all which
time hee saith the said John Chapman and the rest of the parties in
the schedule mentioned did doe and performe theire respective duties places
and offices in the said shipp faith fully diligently and honestly and well
deserve[?d] the monthly wages for which they were so hyred, And otherwise referring
him self to his foresaid deposition hee cannot depose./
To the 4th hee saith hee cannot depose.
To the 5th he cannot depose./
To the 6th he cannot depose saveing as aforesaid to which hee doth
To the 7th hee saith that the arlate William Seamans one of the parties
schedulated was on board the said Shipp the Hopewell and gave his attendance
thereon and therein from the 17th of July 1648 untill the said shipp
departed from Gravesend which was upon the third of September following
And so doth well deserve his half pay accordingl, Which hee deposeth
for that he this deponent being ship Carpenter did worke aboard another shipp
lying nere the hopewell, and observed the attendance which the said Seam[?ans]
did give thereupon, And further he cannot depose./
To the 8th he saith hee knoweth not, otherwise then as aforesaid./
To the 9th he refereth himself to the lawes in this case pro[?vided] and otherwise
hee cannot depose./
To the 10th hee referreth himself to the law as aforesaid
To the last hee saith heis depositions were and are true./
To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that hee was one of the Ships company the voyage in
question, And saith hee received one monthes pay att Plimouth and also
three monthes pay att Naples for the Ca[?llary] voyage and two months
pay for the Catteroone voyag, And saith there is due to him for ten monthes
pay and an halfe. which amounteth to fourteene pounds thirteene shillings, which
hee beleeveth and hopeth hee shall receive of the said Chapman St[XX]is and d[XXX]
shall by this suite receive theire pay And otherwise hee cannot answare.//.
To the second hee saith that the said [?Soames] and Chapman went as Cheif mates
to the said Wood, And saith that when the said shipp came nere Trapany, and
might have gone in, The said John Wood the Master being feare full to goe in
did say that they had better goe round about the Iland, then venture in to