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To the 11th he deposeth That the arlate Croford did
order and hire one John Berry a Pylott, to conduct
and carry the sayd shipp from king roade to hung roade
and that accordingly that sayd shipp arrived there on
the 28th of January 1656 The premisses he deposeth
having his iournall now in his hand, wherein is faithfully
and exactly sett downe every dayes passage of the sayd
shipp during the voyage in question And further he
cannot depose./

To the 12th article he deposeth that during the sayd time the
shipp lay at in hung roade the arlate Mr Broadwick
came thither from London, and that by his order with the
consent of the sayd Croford the greater part
of the goods were taken out, and that at the unlading of
the sayd goods the sayd Broadwick promised that the goods
that were taken out of the sayd shipp showld be putt into
the Masters hands for the security of the Mariners wages
but he saith that the sayd goods were (notwithstanding the
promise) disposed of at Bristoll, and that with the money
or part thereof proceeding from the sayle of the sayd
goods some of the sayd shipps Company had three monthes
pay, though he saith that for his part he never had
or received a monthes pay for or during all the sayd voyage
And he saith that after the greater part of her said goods
was there unladen, the sayd shipp was putt into the
Carpenters hands, and that she was soe defective and
leakie as she was in repayreing about two monthese space
and that during the sayd repayreing many of the sayd
shipps Cabins were pulled downe which was the cause many of the shipps company lay ashore And he deposeth
that without the repayrings there bestowed upon her
she could not have come about for London And
further he cannot depose./

To the 13th he deposeth that during the voyage arlate there was
not any mutiny in the sayd shipp, and that áll and
every of the sayd Mariners did doe their utmost dutyes
and sevice in the sayd voyage. And further to the
sayd article he cannot depose./

To the 14th he saith that there was not any goods brought
in the sayd shipp (while she lay at Bristoll) but what
were taken in, and that she brought safe to London all
goods whatsoever, that were there at Bristoll brought
to her And further he cannot depose.

To the fifteenth he deposeth that he being with the sayd Croford
on the 26th day of August last (being the next day after
the shipps arrivall at Blackwall) the sayd Croford spake
to him this deponent to arrest the sayd shipp in the his the
sayd Crofords name and in the name of her Mariners for
their wages during the sayd voyage then telling this deponent
that they showld not gett their wages without arresting the
shipp And further he cannot depose.