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for (as hee hath heard) hee the sayd Grove sayd one pound of the sayd Hollwayes ffish
was worth sixe of the sayd Woods ffish, and told the sayd Hollway
that hee the sayd Grove had sold his owne ffish and would helpe him the
sayd Hollway to sell his And hee this deponent saith that hee well
remembreth that the sayd Thomas Grove was while hee stayed at Nevis question
ned by the sayd Luke Woods in the Court of Nevis (this deponent then
sitting there as a member thereof,) touching his refractory and
disobedient and uncivill carriage towards the sayd Woods his supracargo
tending to the preiudice of the voyage And hee well remembreth that
the sayd Thomas Grove Master of the Peace did openly in the Court
before this deponent and divers others who satt as Judges thereof, speake
in disgrace of the ffish that the sayd Woods had bought and brought
to Nevis and sayd that the ffish that hee the sayd
Woods had bought and brought thither was Refuse ffish And further
to this artice hee cannot depose/

To the 24th article hee saith hee cannot depose not being
of the Company of the shipp Peace the voyage in
question ./

To the 29th and 32th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that by the
Common report among the Inhabitants at Nevis the sayd
Thomas Grove the Master of the Peace did carry him selfe
very uncivilly to the sayd Luke Woods his supracargoe and
by such his carriage was a meanes that people there refused to
freight goods upon the sayd shipp And hee saith that hee this deponent
if hee had not heard of the sayd Groves evell carriage and
the discontent that was betweene the sayd Grove and Woods had a
resolution to have shipped goods aboard her at Nevis and alsoe
to have come in her thence a passenger for England And further
to these articles hee cannot depose/

To the 35th article hee saith as aforesayd that hee being one of the
Judges of the Court at Nevis knoweth that while the sayd Grove
was there hee was by the sayd Woods con?veaed before the Court
touching his refractory and uncivill carriage to the sayd Woods
in the voyage in question leading to the preiudice and overthrowe
of the sayd voyage and severall wittnesses produced and examined
against him upon Interrogatories which notwithstanding the
sayd Grove did as before hee this deponent hath declared in
open Court say that the ffish the sayd Woods had bought and brought
to Nevis in the ship Peace was Refuse ffish. And further to this
article hee cannot depose./

To the rest of the articles of the libell not examined by direction of
the producent./

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first /the danger of preiudice being declared unto him and the
Interrogatorie requireth) hee saith hee comes to testifie the truth being soe
required by the producent Mrs Wood and saith hee favoureth all parties
in this suite alike and desyreth right may prevaile therein And to
the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

To the 2 3 4 5th and 6th Interrogatorie hee saith hee is noe seaman nor
was any of the Company of the Shipp Peace the voyage in question
and therefore cannot answer to these Interrogatories./