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he the deponent did heare the arlate William Crofford
the Master of her when she soe was at or neere Aberdey to
give order to the Mariners to tacke about for the Landesend and soe for London
and that the greater part of the Mariners of the sayd
shipp absolutely refused to obey the sayd Masters command in
that behalfe, pretending a want of victualls, although
there was (he is sure) eight dayes provision then good
and proportions [?out], And he saith that upon the
Mariners refusall to sayle the sayd shipp with
her lading to London, she was carryed with her lading to Bristoll, The
premisses he deposeth for that he was Chirurgions Mate
in the voyage arlate, and was upon the deck and
heard the sayd Captaine Crofford give the order unto
the Mariners predeposed, and heard their refusall, And
further he cannot depose./

To the third he saith that the sayd shipp was delivered of
her inward lading at Bristoll, And further he cannot depose

To the fourth he deposeth that after the delivery at Bristoll
of the sayd shipps inward lading, there being a talke
aboard the shipp that other goods were to be laden aboard
her to be brought to this port of London, he heard the arlate
Thomas Woodfall say he would blowe all to the Devill,
if they brought any new goods to be laden aboard the
sayd shipp before they (meaning the Mariners) were payd
their wages for the old or last voyage, And that the
deponent sayth that when afterwards a Lighter of iron
was brought to the shipps side to be laden aboard her.
he the sayd Woodfall did helpe in taking the sayd iron
aboard her And further he cannot depose./

To the fifth, he saith that the sayd shipp lay at Bristoll
about 5 or 6 monthes, and that dureing all that time the arlate
Cobb came seldome aboard her And further he
cannot depose./

To the sixth article he deposeth that when the Lighter of iron
predeposed of came to bee laden aboard the sayd shipp there were
but seaven men then aboard her of all her company (where the
rest were he knoweth not) and that there were there 4
or 5 more strange men hyred to helpe to take in the
sayd iron, And further he cannot depose.

To the seaventh he referreth himselfe to his former deposition
And further he cannot depose.

To the eighth he saith he knoweth not to depose.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first he answereth, it concerneth not him.

To the 2d negatively.

To the third he answereth that there were goods stowed ab[?out]
the interrate [XXX] chaine pumpe but not soe that the same
was made [XXXXX] [XXX] thereof had bin) that this Rendent
knoweth [?of], And further hee cannot answere.