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Tothe 10th hee saith that one Mr Abbot. Living in Wapping
desired this deponent to come and testifie the truth of his knowledge
and to the rest Negatively:

To the 11th hee saith hee saw the foresaid Clarke pay moneyes to
the foresaid men that hee hired to hale the said shipp [XX GUTTER]
well to shore, but the just summe hee knoweth not, And saith
the same was paid on a Wednesday being in the beginning of
the moneth of August last, at the signe of the ffloure de Luce
in Wapping, and further hee cannot answer/.

To the 12th negatively:/.

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/.



The 7th of ffebruary 1658:

Whiting against the Agreement)

Examined on the said Allegation

Rp. 4us

John Warren of Limehouse in
the parish of Stepney in the County
of Middlesex mariner aged twenty Eight yeares or thereabouts
a wittnesse sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth

To the 8th Article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
that hee this deponent well knewe the ship the Agreement (whereof
Nicholas harewood was Master,) at her last being at the Barbadoes
which was in the yeere of our Lord 1654: and this deponent
as hee saith was Comander of a ship Called the Morea
Merchant, which lay at the Barbadoes at the same time
the said ship Agreement was thereas aforesaid, And saith that in
the said yeere 1654: the Usuall rates for Mariners that
served in ships, from England to the Barbadoes per moneth, were
as followeth, That is to say: for a Mate 3: li 10 s: a Boatswaine
2: li. 10 s. a Boatswaines Mate 1: li x: s: a Carpenter 2 li 10 s
a Carpenters Mate 1: li 12: s, a Quartermaster 2 li 5: s: a Cooper
2: li and for Comon men about 1: li x: s And soe much
this deponent gave to his Mariners that served in the Place?s
aforesaid in the said ship the Morea Merchant, which
went from the Canaryes to the Barbadoes, in the said yeere 1654
and further deposeth not: