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on board the fflemings. in regard of the Difference betwixt
England and Spaine, And further that Captaine
Thorne Interrate. stayed at Mevis and Saint Christopher: about
five monethes, but about what, occasion hee knoweth not, And saith
that it is a Common thing used among the Planters and
Inhabitants in the said Islands to promise to lade goods
on board ships to be Transported to severall ports, and
yet to break their promise. and lade none; And saith
that hee beleeveth that the occasion of the Peace her comming
home dead freighted, was by meanes of the said
hurricanoes. and the fflemings being there as aforesaid:/:
and further cannot answer.

To the 11th. hee cannot Answer saving his foregoeing deposition
and saving that the said Grove did use all meanes to
dispatche the said ship from the severall ports and places shee was at
the said Voyage according to the order of the said Woods
and hee beleeveth that if the said Woods had come away
sooner from the said Island which hee saith hee might have
done) it would have saved much money; which was spent
in the time of the said ships lying there, and alsoe have
benefitted the said Voyage./:

To the 12th hee cannot Answer:/:

To the 13.th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and
further hee saith hee Cannot . Answer:/:-

To the 14th. hee saith that the Victualls and
Provisions. spent the said Voyage: per moneth did amount
unto (as the said Luke Wood hath told this Deponent) about
25:li or 30:li: and further cannot answer saving as aforesaid

To the 15th. hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and further cannot Answer:/:

To the 16th: hee saith that at, and betweene ffalmouth and
Plymouth the said Wood did Cleare foure men off of the ship; And saith
that there was want of Provisions onboard the said Shipp
from ffalmouth up to London the homewards voyage, and
Otherwise Answereth not:/:

To the 17th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition, and
further doth not answer, saving hee saith the said Luke
Wood did all the said Voyage, give the said Grove as bad
words as the said Grove gave or spake to or against the
said Wood, and the said Wood oftentimes in this deponents
hearing did call the said Grove Yong Rogue; and other
reproachfull names and the said Wood told this deponent that
if it had not bin for him the said Wood the said Grove
had never come in to the said Ship as Master or to that effect, which
said Woods did disparidge the said Grove, and was as
he saith a great meanes to make his Company or some of them slight