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Norway to Gravesend imprested into the States service,
to serve abroad the Adventure frigot, they wrote to this deponent to receive
their wages for them, and sent him in the letter the third note annexed
subscribed by John Best commander of the said frigot, and a letter of
attorney for receiving their said wages; which when this deponent imparted
to the said Robert Cooke the master, hee acknowledged the said wages
to be due unto them, and gave the two first schedules annexed to testifie the same
which hee subscribed in this deponents presense at the house of William
Jefferies (his mate) in New Gravell lane, who alsoe set his hand thereto as a witnesse as
more appeareth, and in the presense of
án Andrew Bowman And otherwise hee cannot depose for hee did not goe that
voyage in question in the said shipp.

To the fifth hee saith there hath bin moneys disbursed about getting
the said wages, and must be more laid out in this sute, and all Just charges
are occasioned by the detention and none payment of the said wages.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee cometh to testifie the truth in this
cause being imployed by the sayd producents as aforesaid, and that hee
imployeth Mr Williams the Sollicitor to followe the same, and hath
laid out moneys and is like to lay out more thereabouts upon this account
of the said producents, but hath not paid any fees to any Advocate
proctor or others, leaving mr Williams to doe that, And otherwise
hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.

To the second hee saith the said producents are indebted to him
this deponent (being a victualler) for diet and lodging, and for
moneys lent out of his purse to them, and goods as sack, tobaccoes
and strong waters furnished to the said Johnson for
his voyage, namely the said Johnson is indebted to him for the
premisses betwixt 50 s and 3 li, and the said Cooke owes him not above
five shillings, saving the charges for this sute payable by them both.
And saith that when the said wages shall be recovered, this deponent is to be
paid thereout.

To the third hee saith the said Cooke and Johnson were hired at the
rates aforesaid, without mention of any payment of sugars, what
agreement was afterwards made touching any payment with sugars
hee knoweth not, hee not going the voyage in question, And
otherwise negatively for his part.

To the fourth negatively.

To the fifth that hee was not in the said voyage as aforesayd.

To the 6th hee cannot depose, not being in the voyage.

To the last he hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and
otherwise hee cannot depose, saving the said two notes were soe
subscribed by the said Robert Cooke about three weekes since.

Repeated with his precontest
before doctor Godolphin

The marke of
David DH Hayes MARK, [MARKE, RH SIDE] Hayes.