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what salt hee wanted or would send for out of the sayd shipp
be delivered unto him And further hee cannot depose.

To the 15th article of the sayd libell hee saith that the sayd Mr Woods haveing receaved the
sayd noate soe seemed to be very glad thereof and sent this deponent to Mr Ellet
and Mr Pardon and Robert Rogers and Captaine Reynolds and others Who were by contract
to have salt from aboard the sayd shipp and desyred them to send
their boates aboard the sayd shipp for the salt which the sayd Woods had
sould unto them whereto the sayd people replyed that the divell should have
him before they would goe againe to receave salt from aboard him yet
notwithstanding the fishing tyme being almost spent and they being in great
want of salt they sent their boates againe aboard the sayd shipp for
salt and demanded the same but the sayd Grove would not permitt
them to receave any salt from aboard the sayd shipp by which meanes
the sayd Wood began to loose his reputation in the
sale of his salt and was discharged amongst those to whome hee
had sold it whereas hee neede not soe to have bin for that there was
of this deponents knowledge then aboard the sayd shipp about thirty
tonnes of ffish and about sixty tonnes of salt and about sixty tonnes
of stones besides great store of provisions of beefe porke pease and
other provisions and the ship then rideing in the harbour of Saint Jones (sic)
which is the safest and best or at least as good and
safe a harbour as any is in the Newfound land soe that in his the
deponents Judgment the sayd Grove by such his refractory and
discontented Carriage and words and actions did intend
to overthrow the sayd shipps voyage And further hee cannot depose/

To the 16th hee cannot depose./

To the 17th hee cannot depose/

To the 18th hee cannot depose/

To the 19th hee saith that in the moneth of September 1657 (the certayne
day hee remembreth not) the Peace being come out some few dayes before
from Newfound Land the shipp the Peace and her company of espied three
shipps at Sea which they thought to be some of her consorts
bound for the Barbados And the Peace bearing up to them the Master
and Company of the Pease know the shipp they came up with all to be one
that came out in Company of the Peace from Nants and thereupon
the sayd Grove the Master persuaded the sayd Woods to goe aboard the sayd shipp
which at his request hee did (though hee being accompayed with Robert Grove one of the sayd Masters Mates so sayd Woods were [XXX] unwilling soe to do
and ?hee sent the Peace her boate aboard her againe, And this being done
and the sayd Grove the Master still continewing aboard his sayd
shipp the Peace the sayd shipp the Peace by order of the sayd Grove the
Master stood off about halfe a league from the sayd other shipp that came
in her company from Nants and then stood to the winde of her and by [?this]
meanes came her aboard in the quarter to the great endangereing
of the sayd shipps insoemuch that the ffrench men aboard the sayd shipp
seeing the great danger their says shipp was in gott out of her into the Peace