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To the 18th hee saith that of his this deponents sight and knowledge the
arlate Jacob Moulson was very desyrous after the Unities Comming to Antego
to have gotten her there repayred and fitted to proceede on her voyage to
Virginia and did enquire after and endeavour to gett materialls to
repayre her but by reason shee was soe extreamely battered and torne
and shaken with the tempestious weather aforesayd and stood in neede of
soe many materialls which could not there bee had and procured hee
could not gett matterialls to repayer her with and shee was soe ruinous
that hee could gett noe workemen there (though hee endeavoured the same) to
undertake the repayre of her by reason whereof shee could not proceede
nor was fitt to proceede on her voyage to Virginia, neither would the
Mariners of her company adventure any more to sea in her
as knowing her to bee altogeather unfitt to goe to sea againe and absolutely
refused to adventure any more to Sea in her though the Master were for
his part willing to have gone with her and her goods and passengers to Virginia
if hee could by any meanes possible have effected the same, and soe declared
him selfe to bee before this deponent and divers others of the sayd shipps
Company and others then at Antego And further to this article hee cannot

To the 19th article hee saith that of his this deponents certayne knowledge
thirteene of the passengers brought in the shipp Unitie to Antego for Accompt
of the sayd Jefferies and Lewellin while the shipp was at Antego and before
they could bee disposed of, dyed and two more of them gott a Canooe and
therein ranne away and the rest which remayned being thirty five and the
goods brought in the sayd shipp to Antego and belonging to the sayd Jefferyes
and Lewellin as alsoe such goods as the sayd Moulson had on board
for his owne Accompt as hatts shooes bootes sayes, broadcloath,
stuffes, diaper linnen and the like though all much damnified by the
stormie weather aforesayd the sayd Moulson did dispose of with the
best care hee could and for as much as they being soe damnified
would there yeild and did dispose of them soe belonging to the
sayd Jefferies and Lewellin and alsoe of those or a great part of them soe belonging to him selfe
towards of the payment of the Mariners Wages (hee being sued by them
at Antego for the same and by the Court there condemned to pay the same)
and for the payment of other necessarie charges of the
voyage in question the premisses hee deposeth of his owne sight and
knowledge And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To 20th article hee saith that hee being a Mariner of the Unities
Company as aforesayd during the whole voyage in question did
see and observe that the sayd Jacob Moulson did lay out a considerable
summe of money to buy and procure the thirty nyne passengers or
servants in Ireland on the behalfe of the sayd Jefferyes and Lewellin
and in other necessarie expenses thereabout but what the same amounted
to hee cannot cetaynely declare And further to this article hee cannot

To 21th hee saith that hee well knoweth that there was a suite brought