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To the first article of the said allegation hee deposeth
and saith that hee was a marryner in and aboard the ship the
dove arlate the voyage in question, and saith that the said ship dove
arlate whereof walter Cable was master did about the latter end of
the summer last past (and otherwise hee cannot reckon the tyme) which
hee conceaveth to bee the voyage in queation, passe betweene
London and Newcastle in company of some other shipps, and did not
in that voyage or passage meet violently stiicke or touch any
shipp or vessell whatsoever, neither in the place called the well or
any other place neither did shee touch or strike the shipp the
Successe arlate. this deponent being aboard the said shipp dove all the said
voyage and knoweinge the premisses to bee true And further to this
article cannot depose./.

To the second article of the said allegation this deponent saith that one of
the boyes of the shipp dove (being sent for a shoare whilest the shipp
lay att the Sheilds the voyage in question) did relate his concerne
on board that the Master of the Successe did give him drinke, and would have had
him confesse that the shipp dove arlate was the shipp that overrunn or
oversett the shipp Successe. amd furthe to this article hee cannot depose.

To the third article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
when the shipp dove arlate came into the River of Newcastle the
Master caused her to bee searched for some leakynes that was in her
both in the former and that voyage, and they found a peeice of her [?bowe]
to bee rotten which they cutt out and put in a new peece. which was soe
done because of the rottennesse and not by occasion of any blow
or stroke against any other shipp the voyage arlate, all which this
deponent knoweth t bee true because hee was aboard and saw knew as hee
hath deposed. and further cannot depose./

To the last article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee never
heard any of the shipp doves company confesse or say that the
dammage in controversy was done by the said shipp dove the voyage in
question, neither doth hee beleave any of them will say soe, for if
they doe they therein say that which is false and otherwise cannot

To the Crosse Interrogatoryes. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first interrogatory hee saith hee was one of the company
of the dove interrate the voyage interrate, and that there were