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him to be an able honest, and skilfull seaman and Master and soe
hee is Comonly accounted to be. And further, cannot
Upon the rest not Examined by diretion of the said Grove
To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 1st hee saith the said Grove requested this said deponent to come
and testify in this Cause; and saith hee favoureth both the partyes litigant
a like, and if it were in his power. hee would give the Victory
to Mr Grove; and saith hee never belonged to the said ship, and otherwise
The second concerneth him not.
To the 3d hee saith hee hath knowne the said Luke Wood for
about 14 or 15 yeeres next before his death, and for all that time hee had the
repute of an honest and sober mann and further cannot
To the 4th hee saith that hee doth not knowe that the said Grove
is accounted to be as is Interrate & Otherwise cannot answer
The 5th Concerneth him not
To y:e 6th. 7th. 8th. 9th. 10th. 11th. and 12th hee cannot Answer thereunto:/.
To the 13th hee hath not soe deposed
To the 14th hee cannot Answer:
To the 15th hee saith that hee went from Nevis many Dayes before the Day
interrate. and therefore knoweth nothing of the matter Interrate
To the 16th 17th and 18th he cannot answer:
To the 19th he Cannot Answer.
To the last hee saith that hee is not allyed to the said Grove in any
Degree of Kindred that he knoweth of & is nowayes related unto
John Rand [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The eighth of June 1659.
Swifte and others against}
Centurions and others aforesaid}
Examined upon the fore said allegation given on the behalfe of
the said Swifte and other.
William Bowtell of London Marchant, aged 25 yeeres or thereabouts
sworne and examined.
To the nineth article of the said allegation upon which alone hee is by direction
of the producent examined, hee saith and deposeth that twenty hundred
weight of Nathalago Currans goe to and make a tonne of currans, And
saith that in the moneth of ffebruary last past the shipp the Virgin frigot
(Andrew Cratey master) came and arived in this port of London laded
with Zante Currans, for account of this deponent and John Trelony merchant
and that the said Currans weere all here sold for the sume of three pounds and two shillings sterling
per hundred weight one hundred with another to his contest John Savage and company Grocers
of this citie of London, being then the market price of that commoditie in
this cittie, that as this deponent heard and beleeveth good Nathalago