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hee tooke to assist him to come aboard and who was also in drincke being
unable to guide the said boate to rights) and soe his said two men overtaking
him brought him aboard, where this deponent then was, and when hee came
aboard this deponent sawe and tooke notice that hee was soe overrunne with
drincke that hee could hardly speake nor knowe one man from another, but
went to sleepe; and this deponent was informed by william Anderson a yonge
man of the ships company that was ashore with the master, that the said master
sent him to call the said Betson and others to goe aboard, and that assoone
as the said anderson had turned his back to call them, the said master getting the
said stranger with him, went presently into the boate and went off to goe aboard,
and that the said Betson and others assoone as the said Anderson came to them, came
away to the waters side but the said master was gonne off, and saith that
the next morning the boate was sent ashore and they came aboard in it
without delay; and saith that by such neglect of the master in going with
his boate and some of his company and staying so long ashore, (whence they
might have returned in an houre or two, and have set saile the shipp being
within that time cleared as hee saith shee was) shee lost her passage and
was delayed above a fortnights space, for the winde which was then good
came contrary the next day after their setting saile, and so hindred them as
aforesaid, And otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the second hee saith there was noe mention of denmarke in the said
hiring and shipping of Betson, but the same was as before said
hee hath deposed, nor was there any mention of bringing the said
shipp to New castle in case there came from dantzike to London, but to
which soever of the ports of London, Hull or Newcastle shee should
come to from dantzicke there the voyage should end. And otherwise hee
cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the third negatively, referring him selfe to his foregoing deposition.
To the fourth hee cannot answer.
Repeated before Godolphin.
Robt: Harrigate: [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Carres and Pursell}
The foresaid Edward Arlibeare to the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee answereth negatively, referring himselfe to his
To the second hee saith that Mr Pursell and Mr Waters and company moved
at the Scriveners on the making the charterpartie to have the freight for
the said fish payable at London after the end of the voyage, but mr
heaman, Mr Bowier and company went not yeeld thereunto, and otherwise
hee cannot depose, saving as aforesaid.
To the third hee saith that the said vessell running from the Canaries after
such her being at Bilboa was taken with two hundred and odd butts of wine
or thereabouts, with between 15 and 20 li per pipe or thereabouts, and
hee beleeveth they could not have had a bigger vessell for less freight,
And otherwise cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the 4th hee saith the men were by arbitrament paid 3 monethes of foure
for wages, and nine monethes freight was
paid at 50 li per moneth only for weare and teare, and saith that
to his remembrance there was 150 li paid to the men for wages or thereabouts.
And otherwise cannot answer.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
Edward Arlibear [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]