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and mens wages and that the arlate Luke Wood was to doe the like
for the other three eight parts of the says shipp and of her victualing and
mens wages and that the arlate Grove the Master and the Mariners
of the says shipp were to obey the orders of the sayd Luke Wood and to sayle
her to such places as the sayd Wood should order and direct and to follow his
order in the ladeing unladeing and reladeing of the sayd shipp and to goe
with their boate from tyme to tyme as the sayd Wood should appointe
them And soe much hee hath alsoe heard the sayd Grove acknowledge
and confesse And further hee cannot depose but referreth him selfe
to the schedule in this article mentioned./

To the 5th and 6th articles of the sayd libell hee saith that after
the sayd shipp Peace her departure upon the voyage in question she being
in her course towards ffrance shee was forced by Contrary winds to
put into ffalmouth where shee lay windebound neere about thirteene
dayes And that about the seaventeenth of Aprill 1657 the winde came
fayre whereupon the arlate Luke Wood did make all speede to sett
sayle in regard soe much tyme had bin lost and the season of the yeare
was spent and that the sayd shipp was to stay in ffrance to take in her
lading of salt there And saith that the sayd Luke Wood did call
upon the sayd Thomas Grove to goe aboard and speedily sett sayle that
the shipp might prosecute her intended voyage and the sayd Grove
and Wood did about two a clock in the afternoone of the sayd day goe
aboard togeather, this deponent doeing aboard with them at the same
tyme, and soe soone as the sayd Grove and Wood came aboard they
sent the boate a shoare to Cleere at the Castle (this deponent and the
sayd Groves Mate goeing ashoare in it) and they in the interim brought the sayd shipp to sayle and the sayd Mate presently gott
the sayd shipp cleered, And having cleered, the sayd mate and this
deponent returned to the sayd shipp in the shipps boate, And after
they were come aboard the sayd Grove ordered to sayle the sayd shipp
over the barr and there to bring her againe to Anchor and having
given such order, and there being a Country boate lyeing by the shipp
side, the sayd Thomas Grove would needes goe on shoare againe
and did goe on shoare in the sayd Country boate, notwithstanding
the sayd Wood did earnestly perswade and entreate him not to goe
on shoare and told him it would be a great hinderance to the voyage
the shipp being bound upon a fishing designe and the winde being then
fayre for her departure as in deede it was And the sayd Grove
being soe gone onshoare some of the shipps company after they
had sayled the shipp over the barr and there brought her to an Anchor
went on shoare with the shipps boate to fetch the sayd Grove on board
which notwithstanding the sayd grove continewed ashoare most part
of that night and came not againe on board the sayd shipp till
about two of the Clock in the morning next after and was when hee soe came
(in this deponents Judgment) much distempered with drinke and began