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the sayd Groves evell behaviour was a cause that the sayd shipp the
Peace stayed at Nevis and Saint Christophers longer than otherwise shee
needed to have done if the sayd Grove had at those places behaved him
selfe Civilly) and as a master of as shipp ought to doe And saith hee beleeveth
the arlate Woods was much damnified by the sayd shipps staying for longe
at the place and want of the ladeing which would have bin there laden if
the sayd Grove had carried him selfe Civilly there as hee ought to have
done and XXXXXX which hee paid or is to pay for the tyme shee soe stayed there extraordinary. And further hee cannot depose/

To the 24th article hee saith that hee being Cooper as aforesayd knoweth
that the arlate Thomas Grove did at Newfound land lade aboard the
peace for his owne Accompt a quantitie of trayne oyle and
stowed the same under the Cooke rooms in the Lazeretto and that
the sayd oyle did leake out very much and
stand upon the deck in soe great quantitie that it might have bin
laded up with a smale oyle dish And further to this article hee
cannot depose./

To the 25th article hee saith he remembreth that at Nevis there happened
some difference betweene the arlate Luke Woods and Thomas Grove on
board the Shipp Peace and the sayd Luke Woods amongst other speeches
told the sayd Grove openly upon the deck that the sayd Grove had broken
his Charterparty and the sayd Grove thereto replyed and sayd thus or the
like in effect if I thought I had broken my Charterparty the shipp
should never goe home and those words passed on the open deck in presence
of this deponent and severall others of the Company of the Peace And
further hee cannot depose./

To the 26th article hee saith that hee did observe that the arlate
Luke Woods during the whole voyage in question was very
carefull and industrious in mannageing the affayres of the sayd
shipp which belonged to his mannagement and in sale and disposall
of her goods and merchandizes and buying and reladeing her with others
And verily beleeveth and is perswaded in his conscience that if the sayd
Thomas Grove the Master had used the like diligence in things
belonging to his office the shipp Peace might have dispatched her
voyage some moneths sooner than shee did And further hee
cannot depose/

To the 27th article hee saith that hee veily beleeveth that in case the
shipp Peace had arrived at the Barbados (which was the place
whether shee was bound from Newfound land with her ladeing of
goods) shee might have there disposed of her fish while the same
was sound and marketable and made quicker returnes thence by
some moneths to London than shee did And further saving his fforegoeing
deposition to the 24th article hee cannot depose/

To the 28th article hee saith that hee knoweth that the sayd Luke Wood by
reason the shipp Peace missed the Barbados was damnified in the sale
of his three eighth parts of the sayd shipps ladeing of ffish and other goods
to considerable summe but what to value the same at hiee
knoweth not And further hee cannot depose./