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to curse and sweare and amongst other words sayd that there
were some on board thought much of his being on shoare but
hee cared not for that, and sayd that the sayd shipp should ride
longer there and accordingly did keepe her there at anchor about
an hower after such his comming on board and then gave order to
weigh Anchor, and did sett sayle, this hee deposeth of
certayne knowledge and alsoe heareing the sayd words or others to
that effect spoken, as alsoe did most of the sayd shipps company
And further to these article hee deposeth not./

To the 7th article hee saith hee knoweth that after the arrivall
of the shipp Peace at Leserns in ffrance and whilst the arlate
Luke Wood was on shoare provideing the sayd shipps ladeing of
salt and sending boates aboard her therewith the sayd Thomas
Grove did the moneth of May 1657 the certayne day hee rememem=
breth not) refuse to receave aboard the sayd shipp two boates
loaded of salt which the sayd Wood had sent to be taken
aboard her and turned the sayd boates with their ladeings of
salt back againe without takeing the same aboard although
this deponent and the rest of the shipps company were willing to
take it aboard and could well have taken the same aboard and
carried the same which the sayd Grove did without acquainting
the sayd Wood therewith but what [XXXXX]th dammage the sayd Woods was
thereby forced to pay hee knoweth not, but knoweth hee was damm=-
ged thereby And further cannot depose./

To the 8th article hee saith that whilst the sayd shipp remayned
at Leserns aforesayd and when shee was ready to depart thence the
arlate Luke Woods did goe ashoare with some of the shipps company
to make even his Accompts that hee might be in a readinesse to
depart and saith that the sayd Grove would needes goe on shoare
with him and did goe on shoare with the sayd Woods but as to what
words the sayd Grove spake on shoare hee cannot depose for that hee
went not on shoare with them but saith hee heard the sayd
Grove before his goeing on shoare sayd before most of the sayd
shipps Company that whosoever of them did aske any thing
for Crispe (meaning the arlate Edward Crispe one of the
Owners and Adventurers in the sayd shipp the voyage in question) hee
would mallise or hate them during the voyage, or words to that
effect and rayled against the sayd Crispe and sayd hee was a roague
and a dogg and other the like reproachfull termes And further
to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 9th hee cannot depose./