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were hyred by the said John Peine, And that he
very well knoweth that divers of the rates of wages
sett downe in the said schedule were contracted for
betweene the said Peine and the Mariners and
accordingly payd, And further he deposeth not.

To the 5th he sayth that the sayd shipp was at the
time arlate of the burthen of 120 Tonns, and that
there could be a lesse Number then what was in
her the voyage arlate for the managing of her
And further he deposeth not.

To the sixth, and to the schedule therein mentioned he sayth
that at the time Libellate the rates (sett downe in the sayd schedule) of wages
payd to the Mariners the voyage arlate were then usuall, and
that now they are much encreasd, And that the party
producent for the Divers goods as well as his owne
hyrd men at as cheape a rate as he could And further
de deposth not

So the seaventh article he deposeth That the said shipp
the West India Merchant having divers goods and
many passengers on board her and 200 Leagues at Sea
on her voyage to Virginia was commanded to attend on and
assist a ffleet going to reduce the Barbathoes which shee
did, and that there were three monthes gone before the
said shipp could bee freed from the States=service
And further he cannot depose./

To the 8th he deposeth that after the release of the said
shipp from the service wherunto she was commanded she
proceeded upon her Merchandizing voyage to Virginia,
and that upon her arrivall there the passengers and
goods transported in her were safely landed, And
further he deposeth not.

To the 9th, that the Lading which the said shipp tooke in
at Virginia was Tobacco, and that the said Tobacco
was consigned to the arlate Hussey and [?Pinkhorne] and
other persons who dwelt at Southampton, And
further he deposeth not/

To the 10th article he deposeth that tehs aid shipp
arrived safely at Southampton with her lading
in or about the month of June 1652, and that
she did there disccharge her Lading And further he knoweth
not to depose.