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sayd voyage aswell outward as inward the Mariners
did all (noe man excepted) severally and respectivley doe and
performe theire dutyes and services in the sayd shipp, in
such manner as they ought or to their utmost endeavours and
labours as men could doe, And therefore (he beleiveth) that
they are as well worthy of their wages as ever men were who wrought
as they did, considereing the hardshipp they were mett
with, And further he cannot depose.

To the second he deposeth that on the 24th of December arlate
at night a storme begann, which continued about five dayes
and nights, the sayd shipp being at the beginning of the sayd
storme in her course for London, but diverted by reason of
extremity of wind and weather, and that in the sayd storme
(of this deponents certaine knowledge) the Shipps side did
give way from her Gunn Deck, and her Long boate was
broken by the sea, And he saith that (without doubt)
there was feare and danger enough when the Mariners
were up to the middle in water upon the upper deck, when
the sayd boate was broken in peices, And further he cannot

To the third he deposeth that the sayd shipp was much
over laden at the Barbathoes upon the homeward bound
voyage, and that the deponent seeing the greedines of the
sayd Croford to make more gaine did in a civill and freindly
manner tell him, that she had more then she was able to
carry, and that thereunto the sayd Croford answerd that she
must and showld take in more, and he saith that the
Chaine pumpe arlate could not be made use of in the sayd storme
by reason of the sayd overlading And further he cannot depose

To the fourth article he deposeth that he (having now his iournall
of the voyage in hand) well knoweth (therby) that
the sayd shipp did come to an unknowne place (but
afterwards knowne to be Aberdee) in the Evening of the
18th of January 1656, and by reason of the not=knowing
where they were when the shipp was Aberdee, many
gunns were shott off and Lights were hanged out to have
had helpe, but none came that night And further
he cannot depose.

To the fifth article he deposeth that by the Captaines order
the Mariners of the shipp did on the 19th of January 1656 (in the morning)
by the Captaines order sayle the shipp (having the wind
west North East) to gett out of Aberdeee with an intent
for this port of London, but by the speciall command of the
sayd Captaine within lesse then an houre the shipp came
to an anchor upon the sayd Captains apprehension of the
great danger shipp goods and Lifes were then in And
further he cannot depose to the sayd article for that the Leake
happned before her comming to Aberdee, and it is an errour in the