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all her ladeing of ffish taken in as aforesayd at Bristoll at her
goeing out from thence and the same being soe unladen the sayd shipp
Thomas and Lucie was by one Mr Bayley and one Mr Tayler and others
Master Shipp Carpenters viewed, who upon such their view found [?that GUTTER]
diver of her beames were broken and shee unserviceable and not fitt to
goe to sea upon a tradeing voyage And this deponent heard the sayd
Mr Bayley and Mr Tayler both sayd that the sayd shipp Thomas and
Lucie would cost at least three hundred poounds to repayre her and
make her fitt to goe to sea to performe a tradeing voyage or to that effect and that shee could not bee
repayred under tenn or twelve weekes tyme And further to these articles
hee cannot depose./

To the 10th article of the libell hee saith that the arlate William Maples
after the second arrivall of the shipp Thomas and Lucie and discharge of
her goods there as aforesayd, did not (that this deponent at any tyme heard
or knoweth of) propose to the Company if the sayd shipp to goe therewith
to Naples Lepra and soe back for England as they were hyred to doe at
their going from London, but did in this deponents presence and of others of
the sayd shipps company propound to them to goe with the sayd shipp
when shee was repayred and reladen to some parts of Spaine or Portugall
and further hee cannot of his certayne knowledge depose but saith hee hath
heard Peter Bartlet one of the sayd shipps Company and Carpente
of her saye that the Broderick and halton did confesse and say to
him lately at Mr hHaltons huse in seething lane in London that they had sold the shipp Thomas and Lucie aforesayd since her
first comming into Bristoll and that shee was to bee delivered to the buyers
of her at Lisbon in Portugall, which induceth him to beleeve that when
shee departed from Bristoll shee is to goe thither./

To the 11th hee saith hee this deponent and the rest of the company of the Thomas and
Lucy at such tyme as the sayd Master thereof did as aforesayd make a
proposition to them to proceede with the sayd shipp and her ladeing (when shee was
repayred and laden) on a new voyage for Spaine or Portugall, did desyre
him that in regard the had lost their adventure of ffish by the storme
as aforesayd and spoiled and worne out most of their cloathes in the sayd former
voyage and wanted money to supply them with new to keepe them warme
it being winter season and supply them with other necessaries they wanted
to fitt them to proceede on any voyage, and wanted freinds in Bristoll to [?credit]
them with money, hee would pay them some part of their wages due to them that they might
supplie them selves with such necessaries as they wanted but hee utterly
refused to pay them anything, by which meanes the arlate Bartlet, hamblyn,
and the resrt of the sayd shipps company for releife of their necessities were
constreyned to leave the sayd shipp and come to London to their freinds to bee
supplyed with cloathes and other necessaries they stood neede of the premisses hee
deposeth being present thereat and one of those that then demanded pay and was refused
as aforesayd And further hee cannot depose/

To the 12th hee saith hee hath often bin both at the ports of London and Bristoll
and hath observed that mariners maybe and are hyred at cheaper rates to goe
any voyage from Bristoll then they are usually hyred at to goe the like
voyages from London And further hee cannot depose not knowing whether