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the winde wards againe without assisting in the ladeing of the sayd ffish
and after about an howers tyme returned againe to the place where the sayd
Woods and those of the shipps company who assisted him were weighing of ffish on
shoare, and the sayd Grove went on shoare but what words passed
betweene the sayd Woods and Grove hee knoweth not, but saith hee being alsoe
purser knoweth that there were one hundred and twenty kintalls of ffish
laden that day aboard the Peace, and saith there were twenty seaven men &
boyes belonging to the Peace most of which were on shoare imployed about
the shippes affayres some about helpeing to lade the sayd 120 kintalls of
fish and others about other busines but how those who remayned on board were
imployed by the Master hee knoweth not And further hee cannot depose/

To the 12th and 13th articles hee saith that while the sayd shipp Peace remayned at
Newfound land this deponent being belowe deck heard the arlate Thomas
Grove and the arlate Luke Woods at variance togeather upon the deck and
heard the sayd Grove call the sayd Wood old Roague and Pedler and other
reproachfull words and sayd that if hee the sayd Woods were not an old
Roague hee the sayd Grove would drubb him and the sayd Grove speaking further to XXX the
sayd Woods sayd thus or the like in effect you old Roague yow were in the hold
the other day but if ever I see yow in hold againe I will trice yow up with a
tackle, and hee saith that hee beleeveth that the occasion of such falling out
betweene them was about salt which the sayd Grove refused to deliver
according to the sayd Woods order for that this deponent after the
sayd words were spoken comming up from belowe deck heard the sayd Grove
and Woods talkeing somewhat more mildely upon the deck touching the delivery
of salt and heard the sayd Woods aske the sayd Grove why hee would not
suffer the salt to be delivered according to his the sayd Woods order whereto
the sayd Grove replyed and sayed that hee wanted stiffening and the sayd Woods
then speakeing to the sayd Grove sayd why then did you not gett stones bought
aboard before for stiffening and these last
mentioned speeches passed betweene them upon the open deck after this deponent
came up upon the deck in the presence of severall of the sayd shipps company
And further to these articles hee cannot depose./

To the 14th article hee saith that the sayd Wood being discontented at the speeches
and passages aforesayd which had passed aboard betweene the sayd Grove and him
did the same day (but wht day it was hee remembreth not) goe on shoare and left the
sayd Grove and the arlate Tizard his Mate and this deponent aboard with the sayd
Grove And hee saith that the sayd Grove the Master and the sayd Tizard being in talks
togeather upon the deck hee this deponent heard the sayd Grove in an angerie
manner saye there is a knott of yow which I will breake, but his meaning
by those words this deponent knoweth not And hee saith that afterwards in
the afternoone of that day this deponent goeing on shoare the sayd Woods
was mentioned that if the sayd Woods pleased then to send aboard for any
salt that hee wanted or would have out of the shipp it should be delivered
And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 15th article hee saith that hee being aboard the Peace after hee had soe
seene the noate aforesayd knoweth that some persons came with boates for
salt as being sent for the same by the sayd Woods and that the sayd Thomas
Grove the Master caused them to be turned away without receiving any salt
notwithstanding the noate hee had soe written to Mr Woods And saith that when
the sayd Grove soe refused to deliver the sayd salt the sayd shipp laye in the harbour
of Saint Jones in Newfound land, which is a good harbour, and had then aboard her