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at least are and maye be imployed in a voyage from
any Port of England to Virginia And further he
deposeth not.

To the sixth he sayth that at this present time there
are more wages given to persons of this quality
and condicons menconed in the said first schedule
then was given to the said persons in the said schedule, and
he sayth that at the time of the voyage arlate the producent
hyred all the sayd persons of this deponents knowledge
at the best and lowest rates he could And further
he cannot depose.

To the 7th article he deposeth that the ship the West India
Merchant arlate having in her divers goods laden and
some passengers in her and ready to goe upon her voyage
to Virginia about October 1651 arlate was commanded to attend upon the ffleet
reducing the Barbathoes, and that she being soe commanded
she was about three monthes in the States service
in the said employment, And further he deposeth not.

To the 8th he deposeth and sayth that upon hopes of
reducing the Barbathoes the said shipp the West India Merchant
was by the said John Prines meanes released from attending
the said ffleet and went upon her merchandising
voyage to Virginia, and that she arrived there about
the month of ffebruary 1651 arlate, and that the said
passengers and goods that were taken into her at
Southampton were all safely landed at Virginia
And further he deposeth not

To the nineth article, that the sayd shipp the West India
Merchant was upon her voyage homeward laden at
Virginia with Tobaccoes, the greatest part of the
Tobaccoes were of this deponents knowledge consigned by
the arlate Mr Hussey and Mr [?Paihorne] and
some other Merchants of Southampton And further he
deposeth not.

To the tenth article he sayth; that hee this deponent had
heard by the producent and others that the arlate [?Nicholas]
Smith hath received divers summes of money due for [?freight]
of goods and for carrying of passengers the voyage
arlate more then his due or proportionable part And
further he deposeth not.

To the eleaventh article and to the schedule [?XXX]
menconed he deposeth that of his this deponents knowledge
being Masters Mate as is predeposed) the voyage arlae [?XXX]
particulass menconed in the said schedule were [?had] [?XXX]
provided by the arlate John Prine and that all the [?XXXXXXX]
necessary, but what money it cost the said Prine for [?XXX]
he saith he knoweth not.