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To the twelth article he saith that he this deponent was in the
sayd voyage from about October 1651 arlate untill
the month of July 1652, and that the said shipp the
West India Merchant was preparing for her sayd voyage
before he this deponent came to her And that during
all the said time the arlate John Price was Maseter
of her, and did carefully exequute the said place
And that 6 'li per month is usually given to [?Masters]
upon a Virginia voyage which hee the sayd Price did very well
deserve And further he deposeth not./
To the 13th he cannot depose.
To the 14th he deposeth not.
To the 15th article he sayth that the producents eight
part of the shipp arlate when she came home the
voyage was worth in this deponents Judgement about
70 li And further he cannot depose.
To the 16th he cannot depose
To the 17th he sayth that he referreth himselfe to what
he hath formely deposed And otherwise he cannot depose
To the 18th 19. 20th and 21th he sayth that he
referreth himselfe to the Lawes, and to the Acts of
this Court And otherwise cannot depose
To the Interrogatoryes
To the first Interrogatory he answereth that he was desired to
come and testify his knowledge in this cause by the producent
who, whether he prevayles or is overthrowne in this cause
is neither profitt nor losse to this Rendent And
to the rest he answeres negatively.
To the 2d Interrogatory, that he was Masters Mate to the producent
arlate in the voyage predeposed of, and tha the producent
oayd him this Rendent his wages, And to the rest he
To the 2 Interrogatory he answereth that he referreth himselfe
to his deposition made to the 3d article of the Libell And
otherwise he cannot answeare.
To the fourth Interrogatory he answereth that he was presnt
both at Southampton and in the Downes when the producent
hyred some of the mariners and agreed with them concersing
their wages And otherwise he cannot answeare.
To the fifth he answereth that before this voyage predeposed of
he this Rendent hath gone Masters Mate severall
voyages and in the absence of the Master hath sometimes hyred
Mariners and that they were all for Virginia voyages And
otherwise he answereth not.
To the sixth Interrogatory he saith that there was at the time that the
shipp the West India Merchant was ready to goe on her voyage