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To the 21th hee saith hee cannot depose, saving as aforesaid

To the 22th hee saith that the said Thomas Grove was
made Master and Comander of the said Ship Peace the
Voyage in Question by Captaine Edward
Cripps. a great Part owner of the said Ship. With the
Consent of the rest of the owners of the said Shipp as
hee beleeveth; and was to have the Care and
Charge of her touching her navigation, during all the
said Voyage. from Port to Port. as hee should be
ordered, and not otherwise, And the said Luke Wood
being a part ffreighter of the said ship was, and
went Supra Cargoe of the said Ship the said Voyage
and had and tooke upon him the Care Charge
and management of the whole Lading of the said
Ship in reference to himselfe, and the rest of the
owners of the Lading of the said Ship; And as
hee beleeveth hee was soe made Supra Cargoe
of her by the said Captaine Crips: and others and further
Cannot depose:/.

To the 23th hee saith that he hath well knowne the
said Thomas Grove for above 24 yeeres last, and
hath gone to sea with him, and thereby knoweth
that hee is a very Able Seaman and Mariner, and hath
belonged to the sea, as a Mariner and Master, for
theise twenty yeeres last, and hath bin Master of the said
Ship Peace for theise three yeeres last, And saith
that for an Able, skillfull, and Experienced Seaman
hee the said Thomas Groves was and is Commonly
Accounted, reputed, and taken. And further hee
Cannot depose

To the 24th hee saith that the said Thomas Grove did
during the whole Voyage strive and endevour to make
his Mariners doe their Dutyes in the performance
of their severall offices and places, and upon severall
occasions and Carles neglects of their dutyes the said
Grove would and did punish them with moderate
Correction, and particularly hee saith that the said Grove
did Moderately Correct one Thomas Capell the Cooper
of the said Ship the said Voyage who was a Stubborne
and Carles ffellowe. And further cannot depose saving that
one Richard BlakeX Boatswaine of the said Ship the said Voyage
hath told this deponent and others that hee the said Blake had receaved
5:ld of the said Luke Wood, more than than of the rest of the