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To the 5th Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively well knowing that the
sayd Colquite nor his Company did not doe any such thing as is Interrate

To the 6th Interrogatorie that the shipp boy roape to which the desyre was
made fast, did belong (as hee hath heard and beleeveth) unto one Mr
Osburnes Anchor and Cable, and not to the Alexander, and saith hee saw the
same made fast thereto, but remembreth not the name of thim that made
it fast thereto and saith hee did not see the cutting off of the desyres [?rope GUTTER]
from th sayd slipp roape while the same was actually [XXX GUTTER]
but saw it imideiately after it was cut, and knoweth not who by
name cut the same, and saith it was done only once And further
hee cannot answere./

To the 7th Interrogatorrie ee saith hee knew the foresayd Peter Smith hance
or Nance Peterson and Peter hanrye and saith John M[XXXXX GUTTER]
the Carpenter of the desyre did (since the voyage in question ended) arrest
the sayd hance Peterson upon an action of batterie by reson the
sayd Person beate him a shipp board after the shipp came and lay
in the River of Thames delivering her ladeing And to the
rest of this Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively for his part and further
cannot answere./

To the last videlicet the 8th Interrogatorie hee saith that while the shipp
the desyre continued at the Canaries the foresayd
Peter Smith did fall out with the aforesayd
Peter Hanse and struck him into the head with a boate hooke
and wounded him for which the sayd Colquit the Master causing him
to be tyed to the Capsterne the sayd Smith did threaten to be revenged
as aforesayd, and the sayd hanse Peterson while the sayd shipp
was at the Canaries was by command of the sayd Master tyed to the
Capsterne for his often being in drinke and neglecting his business and
quarrelling with others of the shipps company and thereupon threatened
the sayd Colquite in manner aforesayd And further saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot more particularly
answer to this Interrogatorie./

George [MARKE] Barton his marke/ [MARKE, RH SIDE]