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served in her, hee did Execute the place of Cooke in the
said shipp ffaithfully and honestly; and Did doe his Durt,
Which this Deponent knoweth for that hee served in the said
ship from the time that hee came aboard her as aforesaid
untill the Death of the said Hill, and soe hath likewise done
ever since: And further cannot depose, saving that
thirty shillings a moneth is usually given to Mariners that serve
in ships, in the place of Cooke as the said hill did on such voyages as
the Elizabeth And Mary went upon: And
oftentimes greater summes./:
Upon the rest not Examined by direction of Mr Cheeke/.
To the Interrogatories:/ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that Mr Craford required this Deponent
to come and be produced and Examined in this Cause and that hee this deponent
was one of the Company of the said ship all the voyage in question
And saith that the said Craford knewe this deponent when hee
was hyred to goe the said voyage, and hearing that this Deponent
was here found him out, and saith hee hath receaved
nothing for his coming, but is promised and expecteth
to receive his necessary Charges, by the said Mr Crafford,
and is worth little in his owne estate, and otherwise negatively
To the second hee saith that hee well knewe the said Andrew
Hill, who served in the said ship for the time aforesaid and did
doe his duty diliently and Carefully as hee ought to doe
And further cannot Answer, knoweing nothing thereof
To the 3d hee saith that hee favoureth both the Partyes Litigant
alike, and if it were in his Power hee would give the
victory to whom the same of right doth belong, and otherwise
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/.
The marke of the said
John IB Bennet
here end proceedings in the protectors name
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