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That some of the said ffish, was laden on board the said ship
by the said Wood or his order in Wet and rayny weather which
said ffish did as hee beleeveth dammage the rest which was laden on
board her: and otherwise cannot answer./:

To the 5th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and
cannot otherwise answer saving, that presently after the said Grove
had sent a noate ashore to the said Wood at Newfoundland
that hee should have some salt from onboard the said ship
the weather Changed and the Winds lewe hard all the night
following, and alsoe the next day; which caused the said ship to
rock too, and fro, and saith it was then very dangerous to
send any salt from onboard her, unlesse shee had had
more stiffening onboard her, And saith then all her
Cables and Provisions were upon the Gunne deck
of the said Ship. And the said Wood did Comand most
of the said Ships Company about his occasions and
designes, that the said Grove had not men sufficient
to fetch Stones, to stiffen the said Ship, and saith further
that Salt may bee and is sooner unladen, and put into
Boates and sent on shore, than boates cann goe to shore
and gather stones, and returne aboard againe./:

To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and further cannot answer./.

To the 7th hee saith that for ought hee knoweth to the
Contrary the said Thomas Grove did from Newfound
-Land the said Voyage use his Endevour to saile to and
arrive at the Barbadoes; according to the said Woods order,
And saith that the said Ship in her passing from Newfoundland
towards the Barbadoes did meet with many hurricanoes
Calmes, and Contrary winds, And saith that about three
dayes before the said ship arrived at Santa Lusia. aforesayd
the said Grove Asked this deponent (who was one of his Mates
how farr they were to windward of the Barbadoes. by his
Account, to which hee answered, that by his account they were
about 130 Leagues to the windward of the Barbadoes
and the said Grove alsoe asked the Interrate Roger Grove and
the Interrate William Tizard to the effect aforesaid, and
the sayd Grove made answer that hee was by his account
about 140 Leages to windward of the Barbadoes: and the said
Tizard said that by his account hee was about 100 Leagues to
Windward of the Barbadoes or to that effect, and the said
Thomas Grove the Master of the said Ship said that by his account
hee was above 100 Leagues to Windward of the Barbadoes:
And further saith that the said William Tizard (who was shipped
Cheife mate of the said Ship the said Voyage by the sayd Wood) was