HCA 13/71 f.27v Annotate
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To the 8th article of the sayd allogation hee saith that by reason of the sayd White and other
the foresayd mariners refusall to goe the sayd voyage, that voyage for Genoa
was overthrown the sayd Gridden being not able to procure enough to
proceed in it. But what dammage the sayd Opie said and Trevill sustained thereof
he this deponent knoweth not. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 9th article hee saith that the sayd White and others the sayd mariners having
refused to goe for Genoa the sayd Griddon did cause bills to be sett up thereby
intimating that he was bound for England to the intent to procure freight
home, and the sayd shipp did there remayne for a lading for England
about three monethes after such refusall made by the sayd white and the
other mariners particularly above named; And during that tyme the
Company of the sayd shipp did that upon the Owners Captaine, but as to what value
he knoweth not; neither knoweth hee how to much or how little the freight
homewards did amount to. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 10th article of the sayd allegation relating to the sayd Joseph Hobbes and his neglect
of his office of Chirugion on board the sayd shipp this deponent saith he
knoweth nothing thereof, nor can otherwise depose.
To the 11th article this deponent saith that he did receyve a moneths pay and
an halfe att Naples ; and so did others of the shipps Company as he beleiveth
but whether the sayd Hobbs received and pay there, or what was layd
out in furnishing his Chest by the Owners, hee knoweth not. And further
To the 12th article hee saith that the arlate Germans was shipped as Cooper of the
sayd shipp. And that the arlate Rider was allso imployed att the Barbadoes
in fitting upp some water Caske. And otherwise or further hee ćannot
To the 13th article hee saith sayd White was shipped Carpenter of the sayd shipp
and had the Carpenters store committed to him, and the sayd John Thomas was
Gunner of the sayd shipp and had the Gunners store committed to him, which
stores belonged to the Owners, and of such stores an attempt is usually
given to the master of a shipp. And otherwise not knowing whether the
sayd White and Thomas have given full accompt or not, and not knowing
that they neglected their office, he cannot depose.
To the last he saith he hath deposed the truth according to this knowledge
And otherwise ćannot depose.
Thomas [MARKE] Serjeant [MARKE, RH SIDE]
To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first he saith he wisheth that right may take place and further other
wise than negatively he cannot depose
To the 2nd he saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, And
otherwise not kinowing for what voyage the sayd white and others were hired [?XX GUTTER]
he cannot depose.
To the 3d he saith the sayd white, Thomas. Harris. Hobbes and Bartlet were shipp
att plymouth. And this Rendent never heard the sayd Gridden declare that he
was to goe for the Barbadoes and thence to remove for the streights or Genoa, till his arrivall att the Bar
badoes. And, referring himselfe to what he hath predeposed he cannot otherwise depose
To the 4th. he saith he cannot depose more or otherwise than he hath [?deXXXX GUTTER]
referring himselfe thereto.
To the 5th he saith that the Chirurgion interrate was taken notice of on board the
shipp to be a servant and an Apprentice to John Young. and that it [?XX XXGUTTER]
usuall thing for Chirurgions to goe ashore in Port to refresh themselfe
to procure such things as belong to their act as occasion serveth, and their
want of such things requireth. And otherwise he cannot depose.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
Thomas [MARKE] serjeant [MARKE. RH SIDE]RH SIDE