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which the premisses this deponent certainely knoweth as being Masters Mate
of in and aboard the said shipp during the Voiage in Controversy, and
thereby seeing and observing so much as by him is predeposed. And
further saving his subsequent depositions hee saith hee cannot depose

To the second article hee saith, That the said baggs of pepper were stowed
in the midst of the said shipp upon dennidge or faggotts under which
were three laires of leade, and under some of the said baggs some other
goods such as perpetuana's and bayes, so that it was utterly impossiblle for the
said baggs of pepper to receive any dammage or detriment by any
Leakage or water entring into the said shipp, And saith, That many of the
said baggs of pepper were so rotten, that the said Captaine haselgrave
and Company were necessitated to repaire and amend them with some
of the said shipps sailes ere they could discharge them from aboard the said
shipp, The premisses hee well knoweth and declareth to be true upon
the grounds predeposed. And further saving his subsequent depositions hee
saith hee cannot depose:-/

To the third article hee saith, That the said shippp the Levant friggat
being in her Course for Allecant as aforesaid was chased by some
dutch men of warr during the hostility between the two Commonwealths
of England and the United Provinces, whereupon the said Captaine and
Companie for the preservation of their said shipp and ladeing were
constrained to putt into Cadiz in Spaine, where they remained severall
dayes not daring to adventure out by reason of the said dutchmen
of warr which hovered thereabouts, and in regard that pepper was
and is a prohibited Commoditie in the parts of Spaine, the said
Captaine Hadelgrave kept without the Command of Cadiz
and sold aor disposed of a great quantity of the said pepper
to the Spanish fleet of [?Gallioons] then bound from thence
for the West Indies as hee beleeveth, All which this deponent saw and observed
but what summe or summes of money hee received for the same this
deponent knoweth not; And saith hee hath severall times heard the
said haselgrave say and declare, That hee had made even and
dicounted with the Merchants to whom the said pepper belonged
and that hee had with his owne moneys supplied the defect of
what the said Merchants pretended, And saith moreover That
the residue of the said pepper was delivered by the said haselgrave
at Allecant to the ffactors or Consignatories therein concerned
And that this deponent did constantly and well observe , that none of
the said pepper was imbeazeled or diminished; but that the said