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tackle apparell and furniture worth to bee sould fower hundred
pounds sterling and upwards And that in case shee had returned
out of the Indies tymely enough to have finished her returne back to
London within eighteene moneths from the tyme of her setting out from
Gravesend as shee might very well have done if the sayd Master had
not wilfully stayed tradeing up and downe in the Indies as hee did contrary
to the good will and likeing of this deponent and the whole Company of the shipp and
contrary to what hee pretended to doe when hee shipped them to goe the
sayd voyage shee and her tackle and furniture would at her returne have yeilded at London
fower hundred pounds sterling and better And further to this
article hee cannot depose/.

To the 16th and the Charterparty therein mentioned hee saith hee cannot
depose not being present at the signeing sealing and delivery of the sayd

To the 17th and 18th hee cannot depose saving his foregoeing deposition

To the 19th hee saith hee referreth him selfe to his foregoeing deposition
and to the lawe And further hee cannot depose/

To the 20th hee saith that the arlate Page Canham and Thompson are
persons well knowne by this deponent and hee beleeveth them to bee subiects
of this Commonwealth and subiect to the authority of this Court and
urther hee cannot depose/

To the last hee saith that his foregoeing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee cometh to bee a wittnesse in this
cause by the procurement of the producents Paige and Ely And to
the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively/

To the second hee saith hee was Masters Cheefe Mate of the Golden Cock
the voyage in question and came first aboard her in the River
of Thames neere debtford in the moneth of November 1654 where shee
tooke in most of her provisions for the sayd voyage and sayled in her
to Loratavo and thense to Bantam and thense to Pullam Bam and back
thense to Bantam and thense to Qualla and soe to Jambee and thense back
To Qualla where shee perished in manner aforesayd And further
saving his foregoeing deposition hee cannot more fully answere
to this Interrogatorie/

To the 3 Interrogatorie hee saith that after her arrivall at Pullam Bam and before
shee tooke in the pepper there, there was a Palatine layed in the sayd
shipp for the better keeping dry of the pepper that was there to bee laden
and some stanyions for the better supporting of her beames and deck
in case of any stresse of weather the charge whereof was defrayed by
the sayd Chappell the Master but what it accounted to hee knoweth not
and saith that the sayd shipp having in her voyage from Bantam to
Pullam Bam lost an Anchor and part of a Cable which was
somewhat worne and decayed the Master at her returne to Bantam
was forced to buy and did buy an Anchor and Cable instead thereof of
one Captaine Michaell dibbs Commander of the shipp Employment of London
but what the same cost hee knoweth not And saith that at Jambee the