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the winde came fayre whereupon the arlate Luke Woods being
ashoare made haste aboard that the sayd shipp might take opportunitie
of the fayre winde and make speedy sale thence for ffrance there to take
in her ladeing of salt, and in order soe to doe the sayd Luke Woods and
Thomas Grove the Master came aboard togeather about two of the
Clock in the afternoone of the sayd day and being come aboard they
semt one of the sayd shipps boates whith Yeomans the Masters Mate
and James Jenkins and Andrew Pritchard two other of the shipps company
ashoare to cleere at the Castle and in the meane tyme while the sayd
boate was soe gone on shoare the sayd shipp was brought to sayle, and
being soe under sayle the arlate Thomas Grove the Master would
needes goe on shoare againe and did goe on shoare againe, (but
whether in a Country boate or the other of the sayd shipps boates hee
remembreth not) hee the sayd Grove did not-
withstanding the sayd Luke Woods did earnestly perswade and
entreate the sayd Grove not to goe on shoare againe for that the winde
was then fayre for the shipps departure, and the sayd Grove being gone
soe on shoare the most part of that night, in soe much that the Company
of the Shipp was faine after they gott soe farr out as the Castle to
bring the sayd shipp to an Anchor to stay for the sayd Grove, And
saith that about two of the Clock in the morning next after, hee
the sayd Grove the Master came againe aboard the sayd shipp And the sayd
Luke Woods speakeing upon the deck to the sayd Grove in a milde and
civill manner before this deponent and divers of the sayd
shipps Company sayd thus or the like in effect Mr Grove I wonder
yow would stay soe longe on shoare seeing the winde is fayre for our
departure, and seemed to be discontented at the sayd Groves staye whereupon
the sayd Grove fell a swearing and curseing (but the perticular oathes hee
remembreth not) and sayd there were some aboard that thought much
of his being a shoare but hee cared not, and sayd the sayd shipp
should ride longer yet, and then commanded all the Company save
such as were upon therwatch to goe to their Cabbins, which they accordingly
did, and shee continued there till about an hour after or
?bether, and then the sayd Grove gave order to weigh Anchor and
sett sayle which was accordingly done, the premisses hee deposeth
of sight and certayne knowledge being an eye and eare wittness thereof
and one of the watch the tyme aforesayd And further to these articles
hee cannot depose./

To the 7th article of the sayd libell hee saith that after the arrivall
of the shipp Peace at Leserno in ffrance and whilst the arlate Luke
Woods was on shoare provideing salt to lade the sayd shipp with, and
sending boates laden with salt to be taken aboard the sayd shipp, and
especially on or about the fifth and sixth of May 1657, this deponent
by order of the sayd Luke Woods came with fower or five boates
ladings of salt to the saide of the shipp Pease and desyred that they