HCA 13/72 f.155r Annotate
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To the ninth he cannot depose, but by hearsay.
To the tenth he deposeth that the arlate Crosford came not
aboard the sayd shipp at Pennarth untill the 24th of
January 1656 about noone and brought along with him
one Nicholas Skidmore a Pilott, which Skidmore did by
by the sayd Crosfords order and direction conduct and carry
or pilott the sayd shipp to king=Roade neer Bristoll
where the said shipp arrived on the sayd 24th of
January 1656 at night, and he saith that when
the sayd shipp went from Pennarth she left behind
her a peece of a Cable and an Anchor, And further he
To the eleaventh article he deposeth that the sayd shipp
being arrived at king Roade, one John Berry, a Pilott
did by the expresse order and command of the sayd Croford
the Master conduct and carry the said shipp kings=roade
And further he cannnot depose.
To the twelth he deposeth that the arlate Mr Bradrick
came aboard the sayd shipp when she lay in hung Roade
as being employed by the Owners, and that by the order
of the sayd Broadrick and of Croford the Master the
goods were unladen out of the sayd shipp, and the
shipp putt into the Carpenters hands, and that
she was repayring about two months space, and that
all the Cabins that hindred their worke (which were
the maior part) were pulled downe during the sayd
repayring of her And further he cannot depose.
To the 13th he deposeth that he the deponent who was in the sayd
shipp all her outward bound voyage, and from the Barbadoes
unto hung road nigh Bristoll as is predeposed never
saw, knew, nor ever heard of any mutiny or any thing
like a mutiny in the sayd shipps Mariners against the
sayd Croford the Master And he deposeth that they did
all carry themselves towards him and his commands obediently
and with respect, and did doe their severall dutyes
and labour in the sayd shipp And further he cannot
To the fourteenth he deposeth that he knoweth not of any
goods that were brought to the sayd shipps side, but what
were taken in, And further he cannot depose./.
To the 15th and 16th he knoweth not to depose./.
To the last he saith his former deposition is true/
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatory he answereth that he comes to bee
a wittnes voluntarily; unrequested by any man; and that
he hath parted with some money towards the carrying on
of this suite, And to the rest negatively.
To the second he answereth that he well knoweth all
the parties Agents interrate, being one of their Company
during all the voyage in question, and he saith for his
part he wisheth right may take place.