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and saith hee sawe the Mary and Joyce every day while her
stayed at the Groyne but was not permitted to goe aboard her And
was last aboard her at her seizure and further cannot answere/

To the 3 hee saith the Groyne was the first place the Mary and Joyce
was borught to after her seizure And that shee was seized on the
13th of March last 1657 and kept by the seizure in their possession
about eight dayes after seizure before they brought her to the Groyne
And further hee cannot answere./

To the 4th and 5th for that hee was gone from the Groyne before
any wynes were put into the Elizabeth from aboard the Mary and
Joyce hee cannot answere to those Interrogatories./

To the 6th hee cannot answere knowing nothing thereof/

To the 7th 8th and 9th hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor
having heard any thing to the effect Interrogatorie./

To the 10th hee saith hee knoweth not de La Villett nor Clements
Interrogate And further cannot answere./

To the last hee saith hee favoureth all the parties litigant alike and
desyreth right may prevaile in this cause And to the resst of the
Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

Repeated before Collonell Cock

Phillip Staford [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 31th of July 1658/

Bland and others and Bathurst and others against}
Woodfin and others Smith Suckley}

Examined on an allegation on the behalfe
of the sayd Bland and others./

Rp. 1us.

William Eades of Southampton Mariner aged
fifty sixe yeares or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee was a Common
Mariner in the shipp the Pilgrim at the tyme when the dammage in question
was done to the sayd shipp by the Exiter Merchants running fowle of the
Pilgrim who laye at her Mooreings neere Lymehouse in the River of
Thames and sawe the repayres done unto her which were occasioned
by the Exiter merchants soe falling fowle of her and went to Sea in her
the next voyage after the sayd repayres And saith that the Boltspritt
and the Knee of the head of the Pilgrim which were broken downe
bu the Exiter merchants running fowle of her could not in this deponents
Judgment nor did cost the producents lesse the repayreing than fifteene pounds sterling
and the mending of her trunnells damnified by the same meanes
(the Pilgrim being then heavy laden and runne thereby on ground) could not
nor did cost them lesse the repayring then tenn pounds sterling, workmen
at that tyme and materialls being at deerer rates than since by reason
of the dutch warr happening and continueing till a little tyme before the