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To the second article of the libell hee saith that the arlate Shipp the Pease
was as hee beleeveth bound forth upon a voyage from this Port of London to the parts of
ffrance and thence to the Newfound lands and thence to the Barbadoes
and thence back to this Port of London on which voyage hee saith
the sayd shipp of this deponents sight and knowledge goeing Gunners mate
in her sett sayle from Gravesend on or about the eight and twentieth of
March 1657 And further to this article he cannot of certayne knowledge
depose but referreth him selfe to the Charterparty arlate saving hee
saith that hee hath heard the sayd Thomas Grove saye and acknowledge
that hee had lett unto the arlate Luke Woods three eighth parts of
the sayd shipp for the sayd voyage./

To the 3 article of the libell hee saith that the arlate John Brewer and
Edward Crispe were during the sayd voyage comonly reputed the
lawfull owners and Proprietors of the other five eighth parts of
the sayd shipp Peace and of her tackle and furniture, and the sayd Brewer
and Crispe did (as by Common repute hee hath heard and beleeveth) freight
and imploy their sayd five eighth parts of the sayd shipp at their owne
Cost charge and adventure And hee this deponent well knoweth that
the arlate Luke Woods was and went sole supracargo of the sayd
shipp the sayd voyage as well for the management of the sayd
five eighth parts belonging to the sayd Brewer and Crispe as
for the other three eighth parts of the said shipp hyred by the sayd
Woods And further to this article hee deposeth not./

To the 4th article of the sayd libell hee saith that the arlate Luke Woods
was to pay and did pay and beare the charge of three eighth parts of
the sayd shipps victualls and provisions and of the Master and Mariner
wages of the sayd shipp Pease during the voyage in question and
alsoe in behalfe of the sayd Brewer and Crispe was to paye
and did pay and beare the charges of their five eighth parts of the
sayd shipps victualls and provisions and Master and Mariners wages
And hee this deponent knoweth that the sayd Luke Woods did hyre
this deponent and most of the Mariners that served in the sayd ship
the sayd voyage And hee saith that the Master and Mariners of
the sayd shipp were to followe and to be obedient to the Commands and
orders of the sayde Woods as Supracargo as to touching the ladeing
and unladeing of her and to what ports or places shee should goe
to take in or deliver out the same and to goe with the shipps [XX GUTTER]
from tyme to tyme and place to place according as the sayd Luke Woods
as Supracargo of the sayd shipp should for the better mannagement
of the sayd shipps affayers order & direct And further to this arle
and the schedule therein mentioned hee saith hee cannot depose

To the 5th and 6th articles of the said libell hee saith that the sayd shipp
the Pease being in her course towards ffrance was put into ffalmouth
by Contrary windes where shee lay winde bounde about thirtie
dayes And that on or about the seaventeenth day of Aprill 1657