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foresaid Thomas Grove came on board and ordered
the Company to set sayle, and then went a shore (but
upon what occasion hee knoweth not) and about two of
the Clock the next morning came onboard the
said ship, (she then lying at Anchor a little space of of
Pendennis Castle), and ordered the said ship to be made
ready to saile out from thence: which was accordingly
done, and saith hee beleeveth that the said Groves
staying at or neere ffalmouth or Pendennis Castle
did not hinder the said Voyage. And further cannot

To the third hee saith that the said Grove did not
take in all the salt sent by the said Wood to be Laden on board
the said ship in the River of Nants; and saith the said
Ship was full Laden before the said Grove did
refuse to take in the said Salt, and the said Grove did
send a noate to the said Wood (who was then on shore there)
that hee the said Grove could not take in any more
salt, or to that purpose, and saith hee doth not nowe
remember whether the said ship was Laden above her
Lading markes, nor how many feete shee drewe
at her head or Sterne; and further saith that
if the said Grove should have taken in the said salt
sent by the said Wood to be laden on board the said
ship, it would have endagered the foundring and
sinking of the said ship. and the losse of her Companys
lifes, if shee had met with stormes in her passage
from Nantes to Newfoundland: And besides the said
salt which was onboard the said Ship, the said Luke
Wood had then on board her for his owne private
Account. thirty Coyles of Rope, two Trunkes, and
severall Quarter Caskes of Wine and Oyle, and other
Merchandizes. and further cannot answer./:

To the fourth hee saith that all the Company of the
said ship (except about four or five) were Imployed ashore
by the said Wood at New found Land. at such time
as the said Wood had occasion to use and Imploy them
and saith that there was necessity for the keepeing
of about foure or five of the said Ships Company
on board her, to Looke to her, and to helpe to deliver out
and take in her Lading, and saith that the said Wood
had at Newfoundlands 300 Kintalls and upwards
ready to Lade on board the said ship, and saith hee knowne
or heard that three hundred quintalls of fish were
stowed in one day, and saith that some of the said ffish
which the said Wood laded on board the said ship at Newfound land
was ill conditioned at and before the Lading thereof,