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voiage, and protested against them for not doeing of it, but the said Bowtill and
Jagoe nor either of them did lade any goods aboard the said shipp, nor
dispatch her away according to Contract, but kept her at dartmouth in
expectation of their goods till about the beginning of October 1655
last past with all her Companie of Mariners aboard her for and during all
which time the said Mariners did eate and drinke upon the said Nathaniel
Marriots cost, who payd them according to the time they respectively served
on and aboard the said shipp. The premisses hee this deponent well knoweth
being himselfe an Actor of most part thereof, as goeing in the said shipp to
Ireland returning with her to Dartmouth, pressing importuning and protesting against
the said Jagoe and Bowtill as predeposed, and seeing some of the sayd Mariners
payd for their said service, the rest being aforesaid payd by the said master
Roger hall. And further cannot depose:-/

To the 4th hee saith That during such time as the said shipp the Aprill shower
was detayned at dartmouth as predeposed by the said Thomas Jagoe and William
Bowtill, the said shipp if shee had bin thence dispatched within
ten daies according to Contract, after such her arrivall from Ireland might
have preceeded to Alicant and there discharged her outwards lading, and
that having stayed thereby the space of five dayes in soe doeing, shee might
from thence have sayled to denia or Ravia arlate, and there in five dayes more
might have taken in her homewards lading incase shee could with safety
have come to the said Ports and places and if shee could not, shee might
have sayled to Civita Vechia arlate, and there have discharged her outwards
lading, and thence have sayled to the Island of Lippory or any free port there
adjacent and have taken in her homewards lading and brought and
discharged the same at London or dartmouth according to the said agreement
And saith that the said shipp in the space of ten weekes or three moneths
(if shee had not bin hindred as aforesaid might very well have performed any
of the voiages abovespecified, this deponent having knowne shipps that have
performed the like in a lesser time. And further cannot depose/

To the 5th hee saith that after the said shipp has been retarded and stayed
in expectation as aforesaid by continuall promises of lading from the said Jagoe till about the beginning of the said moneth
of October, the said Thomas Jagoe then expressely declared to this deponent and the said Roger hall
the Master, that hee had noe goods to lade nor would lade any goods aboard
the said shipp the Aprill shower, and that therefore they might
looke out for some of her employment or to that or the like effect, and
thereupon the said Nathan Marriot was forced to give over the said
imployment contracted and agreed for as by and in the said Charterpartie was
and is expressed. The premisses hee saith hee well knoweth for and upon the
grounds and reasons of knowledge predeposed. And further cannot depose.

To the 6th hee saith the said shipp the April shower if shee had proceeded upon her
said voiage according to Contract might well have carryed out and home 23
tonnes and a half of goods, And that by the Charterpartie aforesaid the said Nathaniel
Marriott was to have had 7 li per tonne if shee had preceeded to Alicant
and if shee had gone and discharged at Civita Vechia. shee was to have had
7li per tonne and 25 li over and above as in and by the said Charterpartie
(to which this deponent referreth) himselfe was and is concluded and agreed
And further cannot depose-/

To the 7th hee saith, That the said Nathaniel Marriot was at an equall
expense in fitting the said shipp with Victualls mens wages and other necessarye
charges during such her detention and attendance at dartmouth, as if shee had
effectually proceeded upon her said voiage, which hee knoweth being soe long
aboard her and well observing the expense and charges shee lay upon at
dartmouth aforesaid And further deposeth not

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