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the sayd Tottie would not condescend, but required the
shipps company to goe on with ladeing the lighter, which
they, for the reasons aforesayd refused to doe, whereupon
the sayd Totty went on shoare and fetched some labourers
to lade the sayd lighter, and they being come on board they with
the helpe of some of the shipps Company did fully lade
the sayd lighter, and it being laden Tottey sent it away, And
hee saith that not long after huggery and Turpin the
Masters Mates seeing the master did not take Care to have
the shipp and goods surveyed, did procure two men by order
of the Trinity house to survey the sayd shipp and the goods
dammaged, after which survey made, the shipps Company
did readily performe their duties in unladeing the sayd
shipp when lighters came to fetch it this hee
deposeth of his sight and knowledge being one of the shipps
Company and further hee cannot depose./

To the 7th hee saith hee hath bin a Mariner for about fowerteene
yeares last and in that tyme hath made divers Merchandizing
and thereby knoweth and hath observed that Primage and
Averidge is paid and allowed to Masters and Mariners over
and above their wages and that it being paid doth binde them
to satisfie such dammages as happens to their ladeing by
imbezillment, ill stowage, want of pumpeing, or the like
neglects of theirs And saith hee sawe Totty receive primage
and Averidge of some of the freighters for this voyage in question,
and that hee hath paid noe primage nor Averidge to the deponent
for the voyage now controverted, nor as hee beleeveth to any
other of the sayd shipps company And further to this article
hee cannot depose/

To the 8th hee saith hee referreth him selfe to the
Registry of this Court and further cannot depose./

To the last hee saith his foregoing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first (the danger of periurie being declared to him as
the Interrogatories requireth) hee saith hee was one of the
Company of the Edward and John the voyage in question,
and that Tottey is sued for his wages amongst others by
this suite./

To the 2 hee saith hee hath heard and beleeveth that the Interrogate
Captaine Totty was at the Barbados sued for the horse
Interrogate, and condemned to pay for him, And further saving
his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose/