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whether the sayd Maples have hyred any mariners to serve in the sayd
shipp Thomas and Lucie his intended voyage for Spaine or Portugall, nor what
rates hee payeth for them, but beleeveth hee may hyre mariners there to goe
that voyage at as cheape or cheaper rates then the mariners hyred at
London for the voyage in question were hyred at/

To the 13th article of the libell hee saith that since the sayd shipp the Thomas and Lucie
and the arlate Maples the Master of her came first to Bristoll as aforesayd, the
sayd Maples did at Bristoll in the presence and hearing of this deponent and
his precontest Richard Vaughan
and one Mr Crofts a Merchant of Bristoll sayd and confesse that after
the first storme (in this cause predeposed of) was over, hee was moved by his
then shipps company to proceede on his first voyage to Naples and
Lepra or else to make for some port of Spaine or Portugall and that
hee might then have sayled to any of the sayd ports or places if hee would,
or to the like effect And further hee cannot depose./

To the 14th hee saith that the arlate bartle, hamblin, and Company of the
Thomas and Lucie, besides their want of cloathes and necessaries predeposed of alsoe
well sawe and knew by the relation of the Carpenters who viewed the sayd shipp
that shee was soe insufficient that they could not with safety adventure to sea
in her but that they should be thereby in danger to perish by her foundering
in the sea And further saving his foregeoing deposition hee cannot depose/

To the 15th hee saith that the whole company of the sayd shipp Thomas and
Lucie did serve in her from the tenth of June last (which day they entered
into full pay as aforesayd at Gravesend) till the 26th of december last
during all which tyme they all of them according to their severall offices and
imployments in the sayd shipp did faithfully serve and discharge their
dutyes therein And further hee cannot depose saving hee saith (as formerly
hee hath deposed) that the arlate Peter Barllet did serve as Carpenter in the
sayd shipp, and (as hee hath heard and beleeveth) entered into whole pay
the space of half a moneth next before the sayd 10th day of june last soe
that hee served seaven months in the sayd shipp the premisses hee deposeth
being one of the sayd shipps company the voyage in question/

To the 16th article hee saith that the monthly rates mentioned in the schedule
arlate to be due to the Mariners therein alsoe named are usually payd
to Mariners of other shipps such as the Thomas and Lucie is, and goeing upon
the like voyage as the voyage in question, and capable of the like service
as the Mariners in the sayd schedule named did and performed in the sayd
shipp Thomas and Lucy the voyage in question And further hee cannot depose
not being privie to the bargaine made with them by the Master of the Thomas
and Lucie when hee hyred them./

To the 17th hee saith hee was present when the shipp Thomas and Lucies company (and this
deponent amongst others of them) did demand the pay due to them for the voyage in question
of the arlate Broderick and hatton who denyed to pay the same and saith it is still unpaid
to their great damage And further saving his precedent and subsequent depositions cannot depose

To the 18th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of this Court and further cannot

To the 19th hee saith the Company of the shipp Thomas and Lucie aforesayd
have bin and are greatly damnified vidliect to the value of 100 li sterling or thereabouts as
hee beleeveth by the arlate Broderick Hatton and Maples their refusing to pay them