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Provisions on board her, enough to satisfy and serve
the Company of the said ship, from Plymouth to London
and soe much the said Grove and severall other
of the said Ships Company did (in this deponents Presence
and hearing) tell the said Luke Wood, And saith
that at Plymouth and Waymouth the said Wood did
discharge severall of the Mariners that belonged to the
said Ship, soe that it was very dangerous bringing
her up to this port, And saith that the said Grove lay
ready and staid in Plymouth Sound about a fortnight
purposely for the said Wood, who was ashore; and said
that of this deponents Knowledge: the said Grove (from
Plymouth to London the said Voyage) did not disobey or
slight the said Wood in any of his Requests or desires
And further hee cannot depose./:

To the 24th hee saith That the said Grove. did (in
his passage from Plymouth for London of this deponents knowledge
strive to make the mariners doe their dutyes in the
performance of the said voyage; as neere and as
much as hee could, And saith the said Grove for their
Careles neglects of their dutyes did give some of them
Correction, And further deposeth that Richard Blagne
Boateswaine of the said Ship the said Voyage, did acknowledge
to this deponent that hee the said Blagne had Received
five pounds of the said Luke Wood more than any
other of the said Shipps Company, And the foresaid
Bartlet (hee saith) did aboard the said Ship tell this deponent
That hee the said Bartlet, would spend all that ever hee
had even the very Cloathes on his back, but hee would
be revenged of the said Grove, and lay him soe f[XXXX GUTTER]
in prison that hee should never be in Capacity to [XXX the GUTTER]
same ship againe; And saith that one Capell who
was Cooper of the said Ship the said Voyage, did tell
this deponent oftentimes, and alsoe others of the said Ships
Company. That hee the said Capell would p[aXXX GUTTER]
his body and soule to hell, but hee would be
revenged of the said Grove for Corecting of him
or to that purpose; The Premisses hee deposeth comming
a Passenger in the said Ship from Plymouth to London
the said Voyage: And further hee cannot depose:/.

To the rest not Examined by direction of the Producent