HCA 13/72 f.191v Annotate
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ships Company, (Except one Youth) did desert and leave the sayd ship
and went into the Duke of Brandenburgh's service, and never came
or returned againe, into the said ships service, And saith that
Imediately after their goeing into the said Dukes service, they and
about tenn other souldiers or officers of the Generall of the Duke
of Brandenburghs ffleet; came and forceably and violently tooke
and Carried away an Anchor and Cables and Some other thing[s GUTTER]
and attempted to have seized the said ship, but the said
Thomas Dunn did make Resistance with his sword; and this
deponent and two more be saith that the said Company and Souldiers
did give the said Thomas Dunn very Opprobious Language
and did threaten that if they could come at him, hey
would breake his bones, or heave him overboard, or to that
effect; And saith the said ship was Repaired about the
latter end of May last, but what the said Repaires cost hee
knoweth not, And Lastly he saith that the meanes of the said
Company soe defecting and Leaving the said ship, was
because the said Dunn would not pay them their Wages
before the Voyage was ended; which was Contrary to the Contract
which they made with the said Dunn in England,
The Premises hee deposeth being at Quinsborowe, and
seeing the Premisses Acted and done as aforesaid, And
further hee cannot Answer:/:
To the second hee saith hee came from Quinsborowe before
the said ship was sunck, and therefore knoweth nothing
thereof, but veryly beleeveth shee will cost more weighing
then she is worth:/:
To the Crosse Interrogatories./. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and otherwise hee answereth negatively, not knowing
any who are the owners of the said ship:/:
To the second hee saith the said ship at Arrived at Quinsborowe
in the Moneth of May last, but on what day this deponent
knoweth, nor knoweth hee what the reason was that the
said ship went soe farr, up into the River of Quinsborowe
for that hee was not of the said ships Company and
otherwise cannot Answer.
To the 3d 4th and 5th hee knoweth nothing thereof/.
To the 6th hee saith that hee never sawe any but the Master and one
youth aboard the said ship while she soe lay in the said