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to this deponent how many moneths wages hee was condemned in nor
what the sayd wages did amount unto And further to this article hee
cannot depose./

To the 22th hee saith hee hath credibly heard and
beleeveth that the sayd Jacob Moulson was a parte Owner of the sayd
Shipp Unitie and therefore is well assured that shee being soe extremely
shattered and broken by the tempestious weather aforesayd hee was
much damnified thereby and alsoe by the spoile of divers goods which
hee the sayd Moulson had on board her for his owne Accompte most of the goods on board the sayd shipp being by the sayd stormie weather rat[XX] [XXXX XXXXX] were little nothing worth but
what to estimate the sayd Moulsons dammage at, hee knoweth not, And further hee
cannot depose./

To the 23th hee cannot depose./

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee answereth that hee cometh to bee a wittnes
in this cause by the procurement of the producent Jacob Moulson
to whome hee is neither of Kinne, nor a servant And to the rest of
the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith hee was not one of the Mariners of the shipp
but was a passenger in her as being then a servant of the sayd
Lewellin who was by him sent to reside and continue with one
Mr Cornwallis a factor of the sayd Lewellins in Mary Land
at Virginia there to keepe the sayd Cornwallis his bookes
of Accompts and learne the trade of Merchandizing and saith
hee came first on board the Unitie in the River of Thames. but went on
shoare againe and came not aboard her to continue till shee came to Graves=
end And saith hee sawe bread beere beefe Caske and Clothes on board
the shipp Unitie which were laden some of then in England and some
in Ireland but for whose Accompte they were laden hee knoweth not
for that hee knoweth not who was to victuall the sayd shipp
but saith hee sawe part of it receaved aboard by order of the sayd Jacob
Moulson And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere

To the 3 Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not the certaine number of the passengers
or servants put aboard the shipp Unitie in Ireland for Accompt of the Interrate
Jefferies and Lewellin but saith there was as is predeposed about thirty of them,
two whereof, ranne away with the shipps skiffe as a foresayd, and one woman
servant was turned ashoare in Ireland by the consent of the whole company
and passengers of the shipp as voluntarily suspected by all of them to be a witch, and this deponent credibly heard while shee was on board
that shee had bin formerly turned a shoare from aboard a shipp called
the Negro (bound for the Barbadoes) and whereof one Captain Lockes was commander
upon the like suspition, And further as to what became of the rest of the passengers
after they arrived at Antega or of the provisions then unspent as of the cloths and other goods aboard her or how they were
disposed of or by whome hee knoweth not for that shortly after her arriva[ll GUTTER]
at Antega this deponent went from there as aforesayd And saith hee
knoweth not of any shipp or shipps which was at Antego and bound for Vir=
ginia there And therefore cannot further answere to this Interrogatorie(

To the [4 GUTTER]