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wages, namely the said Peterson at 34 gilders per moneth and the said Ulrickson
at foure and twenty gilders per moneth, but was not present at the hiring
of any of the others. And further hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and seeing the same cannot depose.

To the third hee saith the said shipp the said voyage comming from Lisbone for
Roane was both at the Cowes and Portsmouth, but hee remembreth
not the day of her arrest, and beleeveth that the said persons have not
received any wages at all, And further cannot answere daving as aforesaid.

To the last hee saith hee is paid and satisfied his wages to the time of
his said discharge, by the said master, and further hee saith that (as hee heard the
said five persons say upon such their discharge,) they had made over their wages
to the said mr Lil{?a]. to be by him recovered for them, and their debts
incurred there being upon the receipt by him dischardged, the
rest to be remitted unto them. And further hee cannot depose.

Christophe[?l] tiddeman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day. [CENTRE HEADIMG]

Examined upon the foresaid allegation.

Rp. 2.

William Castleton keeper of the prison of the Hole in Saint Martins
le Grand London, aged 36 yeares or thereabouts sworne and examined.

To the first, second and third articles of the said allegation hee saith and
deposeth (and to the schedule therein mentioned) that Giles Claeson master of
the shipp the White Lambe being arrested by authoritie of this Court, was
brought into the said prison about two yeares since and there continued prisoner
about a yeare, and while hee was soe in prison, his Carpenter, his Cooke,
and three or foure other of his said shipps company came oftentimes thither and
with much clamour and passion demannded their wages of him for their
service in the said shipp, saying they came from Portsmouth and [sXXXly] complaining
that they had not received any of their wages, and the said Claeson from
time to time acknowledged hee had not paid them any of their wages,
and that hee for his part was kept out of his shipp and freight
and had not wherewith to help himselfe, and [?urging] them to bee
patient told them that assoone as hee had in [?hee ?would] pay them
and still sent them away unpaid and further hee cannot depose:/:
saving that the said Claeson at last broke prison and escaped from this deponents custody, and this
deponent hath not since seee him.

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith that Mr Lisle required him to come and
testifie the trueth of his knowledge in this busines, and to
the rest negatively, hee this deponent being none of the said ships

To the second hee saith hee beleeveth that none of the said Mariners
Receaved any wages for their service in the said ship, and
otherwise Negatively:/.

To the 3d hee saith hee beleeveth that the White Lambe
was arrested about ffebruary 1656./.
and further cannot answer otherwise then Negatively:/:

To the 4th hee sayth as aforesaid wee (sic) was none of the ships Company
And further cannot Answer./.

Repeated before Collonel Cock with his precontest:

William Castleton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]