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William Symonds the Master of the sayd shipp
Peter did contract or covenant with this deponent at Bristoll
for 26 s per month for the voyage she was then to goe
upon, and that during the sayd voyage this deponents
wife received (about) 12 li due unto this deponent of
his wages for the sayd voyage But he saith he is ignorant
what contracts were between the sayd Master and
the other Mariners, and of what they have received
And further he cannot depose./

To the fourth article he deposeth that the sayd shipp
Peter did unlade some goods at Rochell, and that at the
Barbadoes she discharged all her outward bound [XXX GUTTER]
and that she received or tooke in at the Barbadoes
Mevis and Saint Christophers her in=ward
Lading The which she safely delivered at Bristoll
And further referring himselfe to his former
deposition he cannot depose

To the last he saith his former deposition is true.

To the Interrogatories: [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first interrogatory he answereth that he doth not
know the interrate William Simons having gone noe
voyages to the Caribdes before the voyage in question with him and [XXX GUTTER]
he hath seene the interrate Yeomans and Bowen, but hee [XXX GUTTER]
noe acquaintance with them, And further he cannot

To the 2d interrogatory he answereth that he commeth to bee a wittnes
at the request of the Mr William Simons; which he doth [XXX GUTTER]
to speake the truth without having any thing in [hand GUTTER]
any thing promised, nor doth he expect any thing And
answereth that he was a fore Mast man in the shipp
the Peter during her voyage interrate, and that in [XXX GUTTER]
of his wages due for the sayd voyage his this Rendents [wife GUTTER]
received 12 [X] And further he cannot answere

To the third and fourth Interrogatories. he answereth that he
referreth himselfe to his former deposition and otherwise he
knoweth not to answere.

To the fifth sixth and seaventh Interrogatories he knoweth
not to answere./

Repeated before Collonel Cock in Court

Thomas Constant [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]