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returning aboard the sayd shipp found the gunnes of the sayd shipp traversed
fore and afte and the Company of the sayd shipp in a mutinous
and turbulent posture although there were noe meanes of force used to cause them to goe the sayd voyage and the Master askeing what was the
reason the gunns were traversed the sayd shipp Company told him
that the Providore had sent a noate for the sayd hutchinson and
that they were not willing to goe the sayd voyage to Cassandria
and therefore did it in their owne defence, by reason of which
tumult of the sayd Company the sayd Marvaradino who had
hired the sayd shipp for the sayd voyage came not on board
her, and soe the sayd voyage became wholly lost and further
hee cannot depose saving hee saith hee this deponent heard
the sayd Marvaradinoes saye that hee had contracted with the
factors of the sayd ffarrington for the sayd shipp the sayd voyage
for two moneths certayne, and at the rate of seaven hundred
twenty five peeces of eight a moneth, and soe at or after that rate for any longer tyme
the sayd shipp should bee above the sayd two moneths in
the sayd Mavaradinoes service, and saving the sayd ffarrington was
in this deponents Judgment and estimate by the meanes aforesayd of the sayd Companyes not goeing the sayd
voyage damnified to the value of fowerteene hundred and fiftie
dollars, and was forced to lye at anchor at Zant at
great Cost about two moneths tyme in which tyme she might
(as this deponent beleeveth) have performed the sayd voyage./

To the 6th hee saith the sayd
Mavaradino did in or about the moneth of October 1655 take
the sayd shipp to freight of the factors of the arlate ffarrington
for two moneths certaine, at the rate of 725 dollars a
moneth, and after that rate for a longer tyme to goe to Tunis
and there lade Corne and returne therewith to Zant and the sayd
Maravadino was to lade aboard the sayd shipp at Zant a
good quantitie of dollars to pay for the sayd Corne soe to be
bought at Tunis And in order to the sayd shipps goeing the sayd
voyage this deponent did take order to have her provided with
all things necessarie And this deponent ordered the sayd shipps
Company to about the 22th of October 1655 to take the shipps
boat and fetch provisions of water and wood for the shipp and
this deponent went a shoare to provide the sayd wood against their
comming for it and the master alsoe went on shoare upon other