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served in the sayd shipp the sayd voyage And further saith that hee
hath heard and verily beleeveth that the sayd Thomas Grove the Master
and the Mariners of the sayd shipp were to observe and obey the orders of
the sayd Luke Woods as sole supracargo of the sayd shipp as to what places
she was to sayle to for the accomplishing of her voyage and as touching
the ladeing unladeing and reladeing of the sayd shipp, and to sayle the sayd
shipp and goe with the boate thereof from tyme to tyme and place to place
as the sayd Woods for the better conveniencie of negotiating his busines
as Supracargo of the sayd shipp should order and divert And further to
this article and the schedule therein mentioned hee cannot depose not being
privie to the makeing or signeing of the sayd schedule./

To the 5th and 6th articles of the sayd libell hee saith that the sayd shipp
Peace being departed from Gravesend and in her course towards ffrance was
by Contrary windes put into ffalmouth where shee lay winde bound
about twelve or thirteene dayes and about the seaventeenth of Aprill
1657 the winde came fayre and the arlate Woods and Thomas Grove and this
deponent and others of the sayd shipps company being then on shoare
the sayd Woods in presence of this deponent as hee remembreth of and others of the shipps company
did speake to the sayd Thomas Grove and desyre him to goe presently aboard
for that the winde was then fayre to sett sayle and the season of the yeare
somewhat spent the shipp being to stay in ffrance to take in her ladeing
of salt and therefore desyred the sayd Grove to make haste aboard and
sett sayle and prosecute the shipps intended voyage And saith hee well
knoweth the sayd Grove and Wood did about two a clock in the afternoone
that day goe aboard the sayd shipp togeather, and as soon as they
came aboard sent the sayd shipps boate ashoare with some of her
Company in it to cleere the sayd shipp at the Castle, and in the
meane tyme brought the sayd shipp to sayle, And saith that this being
done and a Country boate lyeing by the sayd shipps side, the sayd
Thomas Grove the Master would needes goe againe on shoare
therein, and Commanded his Mastes that when they came neere the
Castle they should bring the sayd shipp to an Anchor againe, And
hee ffurther saith that the sayd Woods being given to understand by
some of the shipp that the sayd Master was goeing on shoare againe
did come out upon the deck and in presence of this deponent and most
of the sayd shipps company did earnestly entreat and perswade the
sayd Master not to goe on shoare againe, and told him that his
goeing ashoare would be a great hinderance to the sayd shipps voyage
being bound upon a fishing designe, all which entreaties not
withstanding the sayd Thomas Grove (hee saith) did goe on shoare
in the sayd Country boate, and there stayed on shoare most part
of that night (the winde being still fayre) and
about two a clock in the morning came againe aboard, being
then (in this deponents Judgement and observation) much [?overtaken] in