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To the 8th hee cannot depose.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee cometh compelled by a ticket l[?est] from this Court
and a shilling therewith at his lodging, and hath not otherwise received
ought nor expecteth nor is promised ought, and saith hee hath received
his wages for the said voyage/..

To the second hee saith the desire was anchored with two cables and
anchors before such her [?driving] , and that before such her standing out
and before her fastening to the Alexanders buoy rope shee lost one
of her anchors, and after two other whereof one was her sheate anchor
And further hee cannot answer, saving it was about midnight that
the desire stood off to sea from the Alexanders said fast

To the third hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and cannot further

To the fourth hee saith that the master and this deponent having bin [?XXXX]
the premisses aboard another shipp, and comming both aboard their owne shipp
the desire in drinke, and the master much vilifying this deponent
with fowle words, and calling him Jackanapes and many other
base names, and this deponent saying hee was a Christian and
noe Jackanapes, and making other answer for himselfe, the said
Colquuite caused him this deponent to be brought to the Capstan and
promised, howbeit this deponent [?ownerth] [?XXXX] nor grudge or
slight as hee saith to sweare or depose in this [?XXXX], but to speake
and hath spoken the very truth, nor hath hee at any time threatened
the said Colquite. And otherwise hee cannot depose [?XXXXX] [?XXXXXXX]
for his part.

Repeated with his precontest before doctor Godolphin.



28 March 1659. [CENTRE HEADING]

hendricksson and others against Claeson}
Budd. Smith.}


Christofer Tydeman of London Mariner, late
Stiersman of the shipp the White Lambe aged
43 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined upon
the allegation given in on behalfe of hendricksson and others.

To the first article of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that hee well
knoweth the arlate Giles Claeson and hath soe donne for theise three yeares
last or thereabouts, during the most of which space hee the said Giles was commonly
accompted a part owner of the shipp the White Lambe arlate, and of her
tackle apparell and furnituire, and this deponent (while hee served in her)
heard him severall times say and acknowledge that hee was a part owner
of her, and this deponent well knoweth that from June 1656 till May
next following 1657 or thereabouts (during which space this deponent was
Stiersman of her) the said Claeson had the sole command of the said
vessell as master of her. And further hee cannot depose.

To the second and third articles and schedule therein mentioned hee saith and
deposeth that hee well knoweth the schedulated Jacob hendrickson John Peterson
Peeter ulrick[?son], Reynard Evarard, or E[?dwardson] and Peter Lawresson, and that they
were mariners and officers of and in the said shipp
during all the said time of this deponents soe serving in her, saving the said
hendrickson and Edwardson or Everard were only foremast men of her company
and saith that the said five persons for all the time aforesaid served and performed
their duties in their severall offices and places of this deponents sight and knowledge