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their wages due to them for the voyage in question by reason whereof hee
this deponent knoweth hee himselfe hath lost imployment in other shipps
which hee might have had if he had had his sayd pay to furnish him with cloathes
and other necessaries to fitt him to goe to sea, and beleeveth that the rest of the sayd
shpps company are preiudiced in the like kinde for that they are still out of
implpoyment, which they needed not to have bin if they had receaved their paye
nor would as hee beleeveth, (it being his and their lively hood to serve in shipps to
foreigne parts And further cannot depose./

To the 20th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and to the lawe And further cannot depose/

To the 21th hee saith the arlate Broderick hatton and Maples and comonly reputed
subiects of this Commonwealth and are (as hee beleeveth), subiect to the
Jurisdiction of this Court./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee answereth that hee was one of the Company of the shipp
Thomas and Lucy Interrogated and doth expect his wages due to him for his service
in the sayd shipp, if Batlet and the rest of the producents recover theirs, and
saith hee doth endeavour by what lawfull meanes hee may, and by noe other
that the sayd Batlet and others parties in this suite may receover their

To the second Interrogatorie hee saith that the Interrogate Maples did desyre the
Company of the shipp Thomas and Lucy to staye and goe out in the sayd shipp with him upon
the voyage she is now to goe, and told them hee would get her repayred
And the sayd shipps Company desyred of him part of their paye to furnish
them with necessaries which they wanted and told him if hee would give them
part of their pay for supply of their necessaries they would stay and goe with
him the sayd voyage, but hee utterly refused to pay them any part
thereof whereupon they all left the sayd shipp and came to London as is predeposed
to their freinds to be releeved as aforesayd And further hee cannot
answere not knowing nor having heard of any such protest as is

Repeated before doctor Clarke and
doctor Godolphin

Tymothy newman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


3rd ffebruary 1654. [CENTRE HEADING]

Andrewes and Clutterbuck against}

Examined upon the foresaid libell

Bud dt. 3

Captaine William Ryder of the
parish of Saint Andrew Undershaft
London Merchant, aged 48 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the tenth and eleaventh articles of the said libell (upon which
alone hee is examined by direction of the producent) hee saith
and deposeth that by common repute and estimation amongst merchants
trading to Genoa every 70 pounds English weight maketh or containeth
one hundred pounds Genoa weight, or neare thereabouts, And according
three thousand nine hundred eightie two pounds neate English weight