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for the sayd passengers and servants And soe farr as hee this deponent
could and did observe the arlate Jacob Moulson did not convert
any of the sayd deales to his owne private use And further to this
article hee cannot depose/

To the 8th and 9th articles hee saith hee being a passenger as afore=
sayd knoweth that soe soone as the sayd Moulson had receaved
his passengers aboard or within some smale tyme after, hee the sayd
Moulson did in the moneth of September 1654 sett sayle from
dublin with the sayd passengers on board, to goe for Virginia, but
was by Contrary windes twice or thrice driven back, and
about the beginning of October hee againe sett sayle from the
Bay of dublin (whether hee had bin doe driven back) with his
sayd shipp and passengers for Virginia, and saith that being
put out to sea, the next morning after her putting out to sea
(being about the fifth of October aforesayd) a great gale of winde happened
which caused the sea to become very rough in soe much that the
Boatswaine of the sayd shipp was by the violence of the sea
washed over board and perished And further to those articles hee
cannot depose./

To the 10th article hee saith that the sayd shipp Continueing her course
for Virginia the sayd Captaine Moulson mett at sea with the shipp
whereof the arlate Mr ffox was Master (the shipps name hee
remembreth not) which shipp was alsoe bound for Virginia and saith that about a day or two after the
meeting of the sayd two shipps with each other
tyme hee certainly remembreth not for that hee kept not a Journall)
but beleeveth it was about the beginning of November 1654)
there happened a great storme at sea which continued for about
the space of two or three dayes by meanes whereof the sayd Moulson
and Company with her shipp the Unitie left the Company of the
sayd Mr ffox his shipp and further hee cannot depose to this article
of his owne certaine knowledge for that hee was not at Antegoa
when the sayd ffox his shipp arrived, there, but heard at Saint
Christophers (whether hee this deponent was then gone) that the sayd ffox did arive
with his sayd shipp at Antegoa aforesayd And/

To the iith and 12th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith the sayd Moulson
and Company of the Unitie did afterwards at sea discover a
shipp which was called the hopefull Luke and
spoke with the Company thereof at a distance and understood
by them that they were bound for Yorke River in Virginia and
kept company with them about three dayes and then lost their company
and saith that after shee had lost the company of the hopefull