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Transcription

A:12:

Simonds, hamond and others}
against the Peter of Bristoll}
and against Yeomans, Bowen}
and Company Owners of the sayd}
shipp intervening for their interest}
ffrancklin Suckly}

Upon an arlate allegation
given in and ádmitted on
the behalfe of the sayd
William Simonds./

On the 30th of October 1657

Rp. 1

Thomas Constant of the parish
of Saint Nicholas in the Citty of Bristoll
Mariner, aged about 25 yeares, a wittnes
produced, sworne and examined, he deposeth
as followeth videlicet

To the first article of the allegation and the schedule
therein mentioned he deposeth and saith that he was a
ffore Mast man in the arlate shipp the Peter of
Bristoll in his voyage from Bristoll to Rochell
and from there to the Barbados and unto Mevys and
thence to the Bermudoes, thence to kingsale in Ireland
and soe home againe to Bristoll, in which voyage the
said shipp and all her mariners (and especially the
Marriners nominated in the said schedule) were employed
seaventeene monthes, and that by many passages and
circumstances which occured in the sayd time of voyage
he the deponent did come to very well know that the arlate
Yeomans and Bowen were Owners (in the greatest part)
of both shipp and goods, for that the goods as well outward
as in ward bound were marked with their marks, being
a kind of knotted marke, having the cypher or characters
of N. Y. B., And he further deposeth that the
arlate Symonds did as Master of the sayd shipp for the
voyage arlate hire him this deponent at the rate of
25 s: per month to goe in her as a common Seaman
and that he the deponent did get aboard her in king roade
nigh Bristoll and went in her from the first to the last
day of the voyage in question, wherby he well knoweth
all the persons mentioned in the schedule arlate, and he saith
that they were all in the sayd voyage, but he knoweth
not at what rates, And further he cannot depose.

To the second article he deposeth that the arlate Symonds
Master of the shipp Peter was out in the shipp Peter
(in the voyage in question) 17 months, and that therein he
behaved himselfe an honest and able Master
And further he cannot depose.

To the third article he deposeth that he was out upon the
voyage in question seventeene months, and that the arlate
William