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only fower shillings more for his losse of tyme and necessary expenses
attending to be sworne and examined and more hee expecteth not nor is
promised, And to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively
saving hee saith hee favoureth all the parties in this cause alike and
desyreth those who have right thereto my prevaile therein:/

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith hee referreth him selfe to the Charterparty
in this cause and to his foregoeing deposition and further cannot
answere otherwise than negatively for the reasons in this foregoeing
deposition declared./

To the 3 Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not whether it bee usuall to lade
shipps above their ladeing marke, but well knoweth that the shipp Peace
the tyme Interrogate was not laden above her ladeing marke, and
could very well have receaved more salt aboard her when shee
was in ffrance than shee there receaved without any preiudice or
danger to the sayd shipp or her ladeing as hee beleeveth, And further
saving his forefoeing deposition hee cannot answere./

To the 4th hee saith hee knoweth that it is usuall for shipps of that
burthen as the Peace was, and having soe many mariners as shee
had, to take in and lade three hundred Kintalls of ffish and more
in a dayes tyme, And further hee cannot answere for the reason
in his foregoeing deposition declared./.

To the 5th Interrogatorie for the reasons in his foregoeing deposition
declared hee cannot answere saving hee saith hee beleeveth that
a shipps ladeing of salt may be secure unladen and delivered
out, than boates can goe a shoare and lade stones and returne againe/

To the 6th Interrogatorie hee saith hee hath not deposed nor can depose any
thing touching the sayd Groves refusall to deliver any roapes
knowing nothing touching the same And further saving his foregoeing
deposition to the 19th article of the libell to which hee referreth hee
cannot answere to this Interrogatorie

To the 7th Interrogatorie hee saith the sayd Grove did in his passage from Newfound land meete with a storme
for the space of twelve or fowerteene howers and alsoe with some calmes
as other shipps which went from the Newfound land to the
Barbados (as hee beleeveth) alsoe did, And saith that one Robert
Grove was the sayd Thomas Groves Cheife mate and not the
Interrogate Tizard, And saith the sayd Tizard was hyred by the
Interrogate Luke Wood and this deponent hath knowne
him goe mate of as good a shipp as the Peace, (before hee went in
the Peace) and performed such his office well, this deponent goeing with
him in such other shipp whereof hee was mate, and saith the sayd
Tizard had instruments on Board the Peace the voyage in question
to performe his duty with, And further saving his foregoeing deposition
hee cannot answere saveing hee saith hee beleeveth a skillfull
Master may be put by a Port by stresse of weather, though hee knowe
the Port well, but saith as a foresayd the sayd Grove never brought
the Peace into her due latitude for the Barbados and leaveth that
to the Judgment of this Court whether that were ignorance in the
sayd Grove or not And further cannot answere/

To the 8th Interrogatorie hee saith saveing his forefoeing deposition to the
22th article of the libell to which hee referreth hee cannot answere

To the 9th Interrogatorie hee saith hee beleeveth Nevis sugar is better than
Barbados sugar and further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere./