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Lading aboard sailed therewith to Santa Cruze and Salley, in
Barbary, and there delivered her said Lading, and tooke in another Lading there,
and sailed therewith directly to the Barbadoes, and delivered her
Lading ther, which shee brought from Barbary, and begann to take
in her Lading at Barbadoes, and whilest the ship was receaving in
her Lading, the said Thomas Cockerill Ralph Curtis, James
Buckland, Herbert Staires; and Marmaduke Jenkins, (which Jenkins was
taken into the said ship by the said Thomas Burton, at the said shipps
first coming to the Barbadoes) did all desert and Leave the said
shipps; Contrary to the good Liking of the said Burton: And further
hee cannot depose:/:

To the 5th hee saith that A little before the said shipp was ready to
set saile from the Barbadoes, to this Port of London The
said Burton being ordered by ffactors there Resident in this deponents hearing to sett saile
for England, ánd that in case hee did not sett saile with the said
ship that Night, it should bee at his owne Perill, and prejudice
Yet the said Tho: Burton did send his Boate on shore, with
this deponent and three or foure more mariners of his Company, to inquire
after the said Thomas Cockerell, Ralph Curtis, Marmaduke
Jenkins James Buckland and Hendrick Staires, which accordingly
this deponent and the other Marriners did, but could not heare of
any of them but the said Hendrick Staires who (as this deponent and the rest, were
informed) was gone upp into the Woods And soe this deponent and the rest returned aboard and told the said Master And saith the said Master
plyed to and against the said Iland for about the space of
Eighteene or twenty howres, Yet none of the said men, that soe Left
the said ship returned aboard, The Premisses hee deposeth being
one of them (as aforesaid) soe sent on shore, And one of the Company
of the said shipp as aforesaid and otherwise hee cannot depose,

To the Last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true:/:

Repeated with his Precontest before Doctor
Godolphin at his house:/:

Andrew Bowman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]