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of the Trade as aforesd Which were alsoe the occasion
of the said ship Peace her Coming home dead
ffreighted. And the said Grove was not the
Cause of it, The Premisses hee deposeth being at
Nevis the said time, and Continueing Masters Mate
of the said Ship, during her full Voyage And further
hee cannot depose./.

To the 14th hee saith that one
Captaine Lymbrey would at Nevis have hyred part
of the said Ship of the said Wood as the said Limbry hath affirmed in
this Deponents Hearing. and the said Limbry, (as this
deponent hath heard) advised the said Wood to sayle
to the Barbadoes, with the said Ship Peace. but the said
Wood would not, nor did soe doe, And further cannot depose./.

To the 15th hee saith that the said Grove did Lade on board
the said Ship at Newfound Land about six hogsheads
of Traine Oyle, which was there stowed inn the Lazaretto
or the forePeeke of the said Ship, and there Continued
untill it was unladen at Nevis, and saith that
the said Oyles were not Laden over the merchants Goods, but
saith that a Little oyle did Leake out of the Caskes
and runne upon the Deck, and fall threwe in to the
hold of the said Ship, but did bit dammage above
one hundred pound weight of the said ffish. of this deponents
Certaine Knowledge, which said ffish soe damnifyed
was (to prevent damage. which might have happen
the other fish was not thereby damnifyed) throwne
overboard into the sea, And further cannot depose

To the 16.th hee saith that for the reasons aforesaid
hee well knoweth that for and during all the
Voyage in Question the said Thomas Grove did
doe his Duty and use what meanes hee could
to dispatch the said Ship the said Voyage, and to
receive in and deliver out, the said ffish, and
did not arrive with his said Ship at the Island of Barbadoes
by Reason of the said Stormes and hurricanoes
And Contrary Wind and Weather, and the Conduct
of the said Wood to the Contrary, And saith that the said
Wood at Nevis, told this deponent that hee the said Wood
had Receaved a Letter from, his Correspondent at Barbadoes, that fish
their would yeild but halfe a pound Weight of
Sugar, and that hee the said Correspondent. had
sold all the said Woods ffish brought in the Peece, at that
rate, and therefore desired the said Wood to come [XXX GUTTER]