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leaving the sayd Grove the Master on board the sayd shipp
And ffurther to this article hee canot depose knoweing nothing
touching the noate arlate nor by whome it was sent nor whether
any such noate were sent or noe./

To the 15th article hee saith that not longe after videlicet either that day or
the next day the sayd boates came againe to the side of the Peace
and their companyes demanded of the sayd Grove the Master their sayd
boates loades of salt as sent for the same by tthe sayd Woods,
and well knoweth that the sayd Grove the Master then also refused
to deliver any salt unto them and sent them away emptie
though the sayd shipp had then aboard her of this deponents
knowledge a great quantitie both of ffish and salt and
stones beside store of provisions and rodd then
in the harbour of Saint Johns in Newfound land which is a
very good harbour And hee this deponent verily beleeveth
that the sayd Grove the master by his peverse and disobedient
carriage both there and at other places during the voyage in question
did plainly demonstrate that hee hade an intereste to
overthrowe the sayd shipps voyage and soe in deede hee did
thereby overthrowe the same And further to this article hee
cannot depose./

To the 16th hee cannot depose/

To the 17th hee cannot depose/

To the 18th hee cannot depose/

To the 19th hee saith that one Morning happenining in the moneth
of September 1657 (the tyme more certaynely hee doth not
remember) the Master and Company of the Peace having espied three
shipps at Sea thought them to be some of their Consorts bound
from Newfound land to the Barbados and bearing up to them they
found that the shipp they came up with was a shipp that came from
Nantes in ffrance in Company of the Peace, And saith that the
arlate Luke Woods did (but by whose perswasion hee knoweth not)
goe accompanied with Robert Grove one of the Mates of the Peace
aboard the sayd shipp which came from Nantes as aforesayd,
and when they were aboard her sent the boate of the Peace back
againe aboard her, and it being come the sayd Thomas Grove
the Master of the Peace caused the sayd shipp Peace to stand
away about halfe a league from the sayd other shipp on which
the sayd Woods was on board, and Commanded her to tack and
stand to the Winde wards of the sayd other shipp And although the
Boatswaine and Gunner of the Peace who were both experienced
Seamen told the sayd Grove that if hee held on that course hee