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hamersley Chirurgion the arlate henry Williams Carpenter and
the arlate James Jordaine Quarter master and the arlate John denne
John haies and Thomas Constance foremast men of the sayd shipp the
Peter And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 2 and 3 articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this
deponent hath for those twelve yeares last gone Master and Masters Mate
of severall shipps and made many voyages from Bristoll to the Barbados
Virginia and other parts of the West Indies and hath receaved for voyages
wherein hee went mate sometymes fiftie shillings sometymes three
pounds sometymes three pounds tenn shillings per moneth and after that rate
for any other lesse tyme than a moneth and for such voyages as hee hath gone
to those parts Master hee hath had fower pounds tenn shillings per moneth
and hath knowne others who went Masters of other shipps those voyages from Bristoll
to the Barbados have five pounds tenn shillings per moneth allowed them for
wages and saith that five pounds a moneth for a Master of a shipp
and fiftie shillings a moneth for a masters Mate and fifty shillings a moneth
for a Chirurgion and sixe or eight and twenty shillings a moneth fora
Quartermaster and five or sixe and twenty shillings a moneth for foremast
men if they bee able and skillfull seamen is a frequent rate payd by Marchants
and Owners and imployers of shipps for such voyage as is arlate
and soe much is well knowne among Merchants and Mariners and such as trade
to sea And further to those articles hee cannot depose/

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

John Dillicke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 15th day of ffebruary 1657 English style./

The Lord Protector against a certayne ship or)
vessell called the Nicholas whereof one Claes)
Johnson was Master and her tackle and furniture)
and whatsoever goods wares and merchandizes)
[GUTTER XXXXX] certaine Varinas Tobaccoe allready)
[GUTTER XXXXX] and condemned in this Court for lawfull)
prize) taken and seized in her by certaine)
shipps in the imediate service of this Common=)
wealth and against all and every person and)
persons whatsoever having or prestending any)
right tytle or interest in the sayd shipp the)
Nicholas or any of the goods etcetera Budd)


Lawrence Peet of Wapping in the parish
of Stepney and County of Middlesex Shipp Carpenter
aged forty yeares or thereabouts a wittnes
sworne and examined saith and deposeth
as followeth videlicet./

Row dt.

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee being one of the Company
and Carpenter of the arlate shipp the Nicholas and aboard her at her seizure knoweth
that upon New yeares day one thousand sixe hundred fifty sixe English style the sayd