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which provisions of beefe beere bread and wine was the most part of it spent
in the voyage upon the passengers and company of the sayd shipp and some of
it and alsoe the casks and cloathes were much damnified and spoiled by the
stormie weather a foresayd, and what remayned of them thereby rendered of
little worth at the shipps comming to Antegoe aforesayd And further saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot depose/

To the 3 hee saith that there were fifty three servants or thereabouts put aboard
the sayd shipp in Ireland for Accompt of the sayd Jefferies and Lewellin and
saith the provisions of bread and victualls put aboard was most part of it
spent in the voyage upon the passengers and company and what was unspent
when the shipp came to Antegoe and alsoe what cloathes were not utterly spoiled
by the stormie weather aforesayd was most part of them spent and distributed amongst the
servants passengers, before the sayd servants could bee then disposed of
only a smale quantity of bread which remayned
and some other goods of the sayd Jefferies and Lewellin which remayned
undisposed of to the sayd servants were togeather with the sayd Moulsons
owne goods as aforesayd sold for payment of wages as aforesayd, soe that there
was little or nothing remayned to be sent for Virginia of it could have
bin sent, And saith that after the arrivall of the Unitie at Antegoe the
Mathew of which Captaine ffox aforesayd was Master came to Antegoe
driven in by fowle weather and being not soe much battered and spoiled by
tempest as the Unitie was, did with such materialls as shee could gett
from other shipps and on shoare fitt her selfe in some measure to goe for
Virginia and departed from Antego bound for Virginia And further
hee cannot depose./

To the 4th hee saith there were about twenty fower Mariners in the shipp
Interrogate the voyage in question And further saving his foregoeing
deposition hee cannot more fully answere to this Interrogatorie/

To the 5th hee saith hee helped to bury most of the passengers which
hee hath predeposed did dye, and saith that they dyed before they were disposed
of by the sayd Moulson, but how longe after their arrivall there they
dyed hee remembreth not, nor knoweth for how many pounds of sugar
hee sold such of them as were sold, but saith the usuall rate of a
servant at Antego the tyme Interrogate was three hundred pound weight
of sugar or thereabouts And further hee cannot answere,/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

Samuell Curch [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 21th of November 1657

Salisbury and Company Owners of the Christopher}
against Trevill: ffrancklin. Suckley.}

Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the sayd
Salisbury and Company

Rp. 2us

John Harris of Wapping in the County of Middlesex
mariner late Boatswaine of the Christopher the voyage
in question aged thirty one yeares or thereabouts a
wittnesse sworne and examined saith and deposeth
as followeth videlicet./

To the first article hee saith that hee went Boatswaine of the shipp
Christopher the voyage in question and was shipped aboard her in the