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divers tonnes of fish salt and stones, besides provisions And further to
this article hee deposeth not./

to the 16th article hee saith that about the latter end of August 1657 the
arlate Luke Woods having at Newfound land sold a parcell of roapes which were aboard
the sayd shipp to the arlate John BoleX a new England man the arlate Tizard,
Tracy, Salter, and BoleX came in the shipps shallop and acquainted
the sayd Grove the Master that the sayd roapes were sold to the sayd BoleX & that
the sayd Woods had ordered them to be delivered to the said BoleX which not-
withstanding the sayd Grove refused to deliver them but whether they came
a second tyme for them before Grove went on shoare hee remembreth not but
saith that the sayd Thomas Grove after hee had denyed the delivery of them
did goe on shoare & before his goeing on shoare left order with Robert Groves
and this deponent who were two of his Mates that the sayd roapes should not
be delivered, without his order and consent And hee saith that while the sayd
Thomas Groves the Master was soe gone on shoare the sayd Woods came him
selfe with the sayd Tizard Tracy and Salter (but whether BoleX came then with
them hee remembreth not) and demanded the sayd Roapes of this
deponent and the sayd Robert Grove, the Mates who made answere that Thomas
Grove the Master had at his goeing on shoare given them command not to
deliver them without his expresse order and that they durst not deliver them
without it and thereupon the sayd Robert Grove and this deponent sent on shoare
to the sayd Thomas Grove for his order therein who thereupon send
word that the sayd Robert and this deponent might deliver them And
further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 17th hee cannot depose not being present the tyme and place arlate

To the 18th hee saith that about the middle of September 1657 this deponent and
the arlate Luke Woods were togeather at the sayd Woods house in Newfound
land makeing upp and perfecting the Merchants Accounts of the shipp
Peace and that the arlate Thomas Grove came hither to them and
being come fell a rayling against the arlate Edward Crispe as
formerly hee had done and called him dogg and roague and was
soe uncivill in his the sayd Groves words and behaviour that the sayd
Woods and this deponent were by reason thereof forced to goe away
and leave the perfecting of their Accompts till a further tyme./

Ti the 19th hee saith that about the twenty eigth day of September
1657 in the Morning the Master and Company of the Peace espied three Bankers
which at first they thought to bee some of their Consorts bound for the
Barbados and bearing up towards them they knew the ship they came up
with to be a ffrench shipp which came in Company with the Peace
from Nants in ffrance for Newfound land and saith that the sayd Luke
Woods accompanied with Robert Grove one of the sayd Thomas Groves
Mates (but by whose perswasion hee knoweth not) did goe on board
the sayd ffrench shipp and sent the boate of the Peace back againe
aboard her which being done the Peace stood away from the sayd
ffrench shipp about halfe a league and did tack and stand to the winde
wards of her and rann the ffrench shipp aboard in the quarter to the
great danger of the losse of the sayd ffrench shipp in soe much that the
ffrench men aboard her apprehending the danger to be great did all
save one who was lame come aboard the Peace and leave the sayd
Luke Woods aboard the sayd ffrench shipp, till at length the sayd Woods
with great danger of his life cut off the ffrench shipp into the