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as this deponent hath constantly receaved from and by credible information of
Masters and Commanders useing that voiage to expresse a certaine summe
according at the Masters can agree, for the said average, whereas in
other ordinary Charterparties average primiage and petiladmonage accustomed
are expressed without mentioning any particular summe, This deponent sayeing
has knoweth not of any allowance in the Brazeele voyages in lieu
of such primiage average and petiladmonage, but onely the averages soe
particularized in such Charterparties, usually due payable to such Masters and
their Companies as undertake and performe such voiages to the Brazeele,
And further to this Article hee saith hee cannot depose, not knoweing
what is expressed in the Charterpartie in this Cause allate./

To the 7th Article hee saith that it was usuall in times of peace
between England and fflanders to send diverse goods and merchandizes
from flanders to dover in England to be transported thence in English
shipps to Cadiz Saint Lucas Genoa and Leghorne, and that such goods soe
transported did ordinarily and usually pay one royall primiage for
and upon every duckat freight, and soe much this deponent saith hee hath
received upon the like occasion, which primiage hee saith, belonged to the
Masters and Companies of the shipps soe employed, and was usually
allowed and payd unto them, without any pretence made thereunto by the
Owners of such shipps, And further saith hee cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./

To the Crosse Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatories hee saith that hee this rendent was an is Captaine
of the shipp the hannibal of london aforesaid, and that hee never
made a voyage from Portugall to the Brazeele interrate; And
therefore hath nothing more to answer to the other demands of this Interrogatorie./

To the second hee saith that this rendent hath credibly heard that Masters
of shipps upon Brazeele voiages have beene necessitated to give
double wages, and wages and halfe as they could agree, because it is an
extraordinary voiage for English men to adventure upon in regard of
the unholesomenesse of that Climate, and dangers [XXXXXXXX] they are
exposed by the Portugalls enemies; This deponent not knowing nor having
ever heard that such great averages as are allowed in such voiages
were or are upon any consideration of such weare and teare at is interrate
And further cannot depose, saving that shipps in that voyage are
usually much prejudiced by the worne./

To the third hee saith hee was never present at the making of any such
Charterpartie at is interrate./:-

To the 4th hee saith, That Masters and Companies employed from Lisborne
to the Brazeele have their certaine salaries or wages agreed upon
betwixt them and their Owners, before they goe from England to Portugall
and that besides the Averages aforesaid agreed upon with the freighters
in Portugall, And otherwise saving his foregoeing deponent, to which hee
referreth hee saith hee cannot depose./

To the 5th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his precedent deposition to the
4th article interrate, And further cannot depose./

To the 6th hee saith hee knoweth nothing therefore, otherwise then that the
Master of shipps making such agreement as is interrate, doe usually make
them at Lisborne, their Owners being for the most part here in London, but
beleeveth the averages in such Cases are usually regulated proportionable
to the freight more or lesse, and that it is not in the Masters power to
make the averages higher then the Custome there in due proportion to
the freight allowes them./

To the 7th hee referreth himselfe to his deposition to the 5th article interrate
And further cannot depose./

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin./