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anchor, and by the foulenes of the ground where she there
lay above a strand of a sheet cable was cutt by the rocks,
And further he cannot depose./

To the eleaventh he deposeth that one Berry a Pylott did
(by the order of the arlate Croford) conduct and carry the sayd
shipp from king roade to hung roade, but he saith he
cannot remember on what certaine day she arrived at
hung Roade And further he cannot depose.

To the twelth he deposeth that whilst the sayd shipp did
ye in hung Roade the arlate Mr Broadwick did come
from London as one of the Owners of the sayd shipp, and
that upon the sayd Brodwicks arrivall at hung roade, and
by his direction together with the consent of the arlate Croford
the goods were all taken out of the sayd shipp, and
that before the goods were taken out the sayd Brodwick
and Croford promised the sayd shipps Mariners (in
this deponents hearing) that the sayd shipp showld be
repayred, and the sayd goods showld then aboard be putt
aboard the sayd shipp; And that whilst the sayd shipp
was in repayring this deponent wanting hose and shoo's
and other necesssaryes went to Bristoll to the arlate
Croford the Master and desired some money of him, who
refused to give this deponent any money, saying
with a great oath that he would give x li to see the
shipp on fire, And that this deponent being in great
wants came therupon here to London, with a resolution of
returning unto the sayd shipp after his wants were supplyed
but he saith he was prevented by being prest in the [XXXX] service
of this Commonwealth And further cannot depose/

To the thirteenth he deposeth that in the sayd shipps homeward
voyage there was not any muting or shew, or any thing like a
mutiny in the sayd mariners of the sayd shipp against the
arlate Croford, and he deposeth that in the sayd voyage
the sayd mariners (all of them) did behave and carry themselves
obediently and with respect unto the orders and commands of
the sayd Croford, and did doe in all respects their severall
dutyes and labour in the sayd shipp/ And further he
cannot depose.

To the 14th and 15th articles he cannot depose.

To the 16th he saith that he the deponent hath belonged to the
Sea these nine or tenne yeares, and by what skill or experience
he hath gott in this time, he doth conceive that the arlate
Upson was not capable or sufficient for the place of a
Masters Mate of the sayd shipp, and that the deponent hath
heard that before the voyage arlate he the sayd Upson
was never at Sea to the Southward And further he
cannot depose

To the last, that his former deposition is true./

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory he answereth that he cometh voluntarily
a wittnes, and was spoken unto to bee a wittnes by John Cob
and four others of the shipps Mariners And to the rest he
answereth negatively.