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suite before the Governour of Antego endeavoured to pay
wages six monethes wayges to this deponent and the rest of the Mariners of
the sayd shipp and did pay to this deponent in satisfaction of the same in
sugar at the rate of fower pence a pound the summe of eight hundred
twenty two pounds of sugar or thereabouts and beleeveth hee payed the
rest of the mariners their wages in the like kinde, but what the whole
of the wages hee was condemned in either in money or sugar amounted
to hee knoweth not neither knoweth hee how the said Moulson disposed
of the goods belonging to the sayd Jefferies and Lewellin which were not
utterly spoiled by the stormie weather aforesayd, but beleeveth
with the proceeds of them and of his the sayd Moulsons goods which
hee had for his owne Accompt on board the sayd ship and the proceeds of the sayd passengers hee
paid the Mariners their sayd wages And alsoe beleeveth that the sayd
Moulson did expend a considerable summe in gaining passengers in Ireland
for Accompte of the sayd Jefferyes and Lewellin but what to estimate
the same at hee knoweth not And further hee cannot depose/

To the 22th hee saith that for the reasons aforesayd hee knoweth the
Unitie could not bee repayerd at Antego and soe the sayd Moulson
was forced to leave her there but what hee made of her hee knoweth
not And saith hee knoweth the sayd Moulson was commonly accompted
a part Owner of her And therefore could not choose but suffer
losse and dammage by the disaster aforesayd but what to estimate
the same at hee knoweth not And further hee cannot depose/

To the 23th hee saith that hee this deponent never receaved any pay of
the arlate Jefferyes and Lewellin save some halfe pay which was by their
order payd to this deponent at Gravesend and further hee cannot

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee cometh to bee a witnesse by the
procurement of the producent to whome hee is neither of kindred nor
a servant nor ever was saving as hee was Carpenter of the sayd shipp
for the voyage in question And to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith he was Carpenter of the sayd shipp the voyage
in question and came first on board her neere ratcliffe Crosse in
the River of Thames And saith there was of this deponents knowledge
a good quantitie of breads and beere beefe and some beveridge wine for
provision of the Company of the shipp and the servants that were to passe
in her laden in England as alsoe certayne cloathes for servants and
packed up in caske, and some few bundles of hoopes which were taken
aboard by order of the sayd Moulson some of them in England and
some in Ireland but for whose Accompt hee knoweth not And
further hee cannot depose/