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William Chamberlaine of the parish of Saint James Garlickhithe
London Barber Chirurgeon, aged 24 yeeres or thereabout sworne and
To the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee well knoweth
the allegate William Cooper, who hee saith while the said shipp the
Tyger allegate was the voyage in question at Lisbone (the time otherwise
hee doth not remember) left and departed the said shipp and his
service therein, going ashore, and there continueing without retourning
on board her againe, and this hee saith the said Cooper did of his
owne accord, and without and contrary to the good will and liking of
Mr Neale her master, who expressed his great dislike of the
said desertion by the said Cooper, and caused notice to be given to him
the night before her departure, to the end hee might come aboard, but
hee came not at all, which hee this examinate well knoweth being
Chirurgeon or her, and taking notice of the premisses. And otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith the said Cooper was shipt and entered into pay
as Carpenters mate of the said shipp in ffebruary 1654, and continued
about a twelve moneth therein in that office, and from that time till
such as his desertion (which was about six or seven moneths) hee was
her cheife Carpenter. And otherwise hee cannot answer
To the second hee saith hee is very well assured that the said Cooper
had not with occasion given him for such her desertion, but left her of
his owne heed and free election, and that shee was then bound for
England, And otherwise cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
Repeated before doctor Godolphin with his precontest
Will. Chamberlaine [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The twelth of January 1656. [CENTRE HEADING]
James Cowse against daniel}
Jeggles Master of the Anne of London}
Examined upone an allegation given in on
the behalfe of the said Cowse.
John Prentice of Redriff in the County or
Surry mariner, aged 33 yeeres or thereabout
sworne and examined
To the first article hee cannot depose saving what followeth, hee
the deponent not being present at any such treatie as is
To the second article hee saith and deposeth that about two yeeres
and two moneths since (the time otherwise hee doth not now remember)
the shipp the Anne arlate proceeded from this port on the voyage arlate
to goe for Port a Port in Portuall or Lisbone, then for the Barbada's