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tooke speciall notice thereof that the sayd Christopher Nock
during the voyage in question did lye ashoare and absent him=
selfe for the space of about eight or tenn nights and the greatest part
of the dayes of those nights And hee saith that divers of the
Company of the sayd shipp to the number of 14 videlicet Abraham C[arr GUTTER]
Theodor Nookes Richard Galhampton John Brookes Robert Mor[XXXXX GUTTER]
John Jackson Henry ffoot William Richbill Nicholas Miller Richard
Brookes aforesayd ffrancis Williams William Toft Robert Collier and
Thomas Richards did at Zant in the moneth of June 1655 deserte the
sayd shipp the George Bonadventure and keepe on shoare
and sayd they would not come on board till they
had two moneths pay paid them whereupon the Master of the sayd
shipp and Mr dobson factor of the sayd Mr ffarington did cause them
to be seized upon Souldiers and át length the Consull with
much persuasion prevailed with them to goe on board againe the
Master causing them to bee paid one moneths pay and thereupon
this deponent did by order of the sayd Master and the sayd dobson pay
unto all the shipps company who desyred the same (among which
the parties plaintiff in this suite were comprehended) one
Moneths pay And this deponent heard the sayd Abraham
Carr saye to the sayd Neck that he sayd Neck was consenting
to the sayd desertion of the sayd shipp and had given in his
name and that by that meanes hee the sayd Carr might come to
Carr to write downe all the names of those who
consented to desert the sayd shipp and amongst the rest his the sayd Nocks
name and that by that meanes hee the sayd Carr might come to
loose his wages, and that the sayd Neck put him the sayd Carr first
upon the busines, and then slunke his neck out of the Coller and
would not goe with them for which the sayd Carr told the sayd
Nock hee was a rogue and hee would beate him wheresoever hee
met him on shoare and gave the sayd Neck other opprobrious
words for which the Master of the sayd shipp would have
punished the sayd Carr but neither his mates
nor the sayd Nock the Boatswaine would assiste or
endeavour to cause the rest of the Company to assist the Master
therein. And hee alsoe saith that hee this deponent well knoweth that at such
tyme as the sayd shipp came from Leghorne arlate which was
in the moneth of January 1655 the sayd Neck and one Robert
Morecock the Carpenters Mate were a shoare about [XXX XXX XXXX GUTTER]
before the sayd shipp sett sale and when shee sett sayle, soe the
the shipp stayed and hovered and turned up and downe allmost[e GUTTER]
a whole day expecting their comming in board and sent a
boate a shoare to fetch them, which they kept till almost
night and then came aboard in it And further to this article hee
cannot depose