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Moneth of ffebruary 1654 about the fowerteenth day thereof and saith
that when hee was shipped and during the whole voyage in question
arlate hugh Salisbury and Company were owners and Proprietors of
the sayd shipp the Christopher of Portsmouth and of her tackle apparell
and furniture and for such commonly accompted And further to this article
hee cannot depose/

To the 2: 3: and 4th articles of the sayd allegation and to the Charterparty
in the third article mentioned hee saith hee was not present at the makeing
thereof and therefore cannot depose thereto but saith hee well knoweth that
the arlate daniell Bradley did goe master of the sayd shipp the voyage
in question and was in her during the sayd voyage till her seizure
hereafter mentioned and was (as hee beleeveth) soe made and constituted Master
of her for the sayd voyage by the sayd Salisbury and Company Owners
of the sayd shipp And further to these articles for the reason aforesayd
hee cannot depose/

To the 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that the arlate
William Trevill did put a factor or Supracargo aboard the Christopher
to order and direct to what ports and places the sayd shipp should goe in
the sayd voyage, which ffactor or Supra cargo did not (to the best of this
deponents now remembranse) come on board the sayd shipp till such
tyme as shee came from Waterford in Ireland to Burrowe in Wales
to lade Coales but the sayd shipps passing from Port to Port was
ordered by the sayd Trevill himselfe or other his Agents, And saith
the sayd shipp sett sayle from Gravesend when and where shee entered into
pay upon the twenty eight of ffebruary one thousand sixe hundred
fifty fower whense the sayd shipp sayled to the Isle of Wight and
thense to Stoake Bay and thense to ffalmouth and thense to Saint Martins
Islands arlate where being arrived the sayd shipp was by the ffactors
or Agents of the sayd Trevill there laden, with salt and ordered
to transport the same to Mountsbay in Cornwall whether shee
brought the same And there the sayd Trevill himselfe came aboard
her and by his order or by the order of some of his factors or Agents
the sayd salt was carried from Mountsbay to Waterford in Ireland
and there safely delivered to the ffactors or Agents of the sayd Trevill
And further to these articles hee cannot depose/

To the 7th 8th and 9th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee being
Boatswaine as aforesayd knoweth that after the delivery of the sayd salt at
Waterford the sayd shipp by order of the ffactor of Agent of the sayd
Trevill there sett sayle from thense to Burrowe in Wales by his order there
to lade Coales and there did accordingly lade Coales, and the [same]
being laden the Supercargo aforesayd of the sayd Trevill for the voyage
in question did as hee remembreth then and there come on board the sayd shipp
And the sayd Supracargo being come on board did order the Master and