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leaving the arlate Luke Wards in the sayd ffrench shipp who with
much danger of his life by getting hold of the ragles of the heads of
the Peace when they came fowle one of an other with much difficulty
came aboard the Peace with the assistance of one James Jenkins one of the Peace her company who tooke hold of him and helped him All which this deponent well knoweth was
soe done by the command and order of the sayd Grove the Master
notwithstanding that the Mates of the Peace and others of the
Company advised the sayd Grove the Master before hee
came within a quarter of a myle of the sayd shipp to leave up
to the Lee ward of her or to the winde wards of her which hee might
easily have done & have avoided falling fowle of her And saith the sayd Grove was soe displeased with the sayd Jenkings for helping the sayd Woods aboard hath beate and abused
the sayd Jenkins afterwards during the [?whole XXXXX] And further he cannot depose/

To the 20th article hee saith that hee well knoweth and heard the sayd
Luke Woods upon the departure of the shipp Peace from the New found
land give order to the arlate Thomas Grove to sayle the sayd shipp
directly for the Barabados And hee this deponent heard the
Mates of the sayd Shipp sayd that the sayd Thomas Grove did not
cause the sayd shipp to bee steerd a course sufficient towards the
Southwards to gaine the Barbados And knoweth that the sayd
Thomas by his steering on his owne course contrary to the advise
of his sayd Mates did misse the Island of Barbados and
came to the Island of Saint Lusea in the moneth of November 1657
And further hee cannot depose/

To the 21th hee cannot depose/

To the 22th hee saith hee knoweth that about the beginning of the moneth
of March 1657 there came in a Ketch into Mevis (where the Peace
then lay) laden with ffish and other provisions whereof the arlate
Holloway was accompted Merchant and Owner And further to
this article hee cannot depose/

To the 23th article hee saith that while the sayd shipp stayed at Mevis
hee heard divers of the Planters there saye that they would
have laded goods aboard the sayd ship the Peace but that they
sawe that the arlate Thomas Grove was a man of lewde
and debauched behaviour and therefore they dearst not trust
him with their goods or words to that effect for which reason
hee beleeveth that the sayd Woods was much damnified by the
sayd Groves debauched behaviour and lost much ladeing there
which otherwise hee might have had And further hee cannot depose./

To the 24th article hee saith that hee well knoweth that the arlate
Thomas Grove did at New found land stowe aboard the Gunne
deck of the Peace five casks of Oyle when as there was roome sufficient in the hold for the sayd, and [XXX XXX] the sayd Woods ?and to stowe it in hold, and refused soe to doe [XXXX] oyle of [?her GUTTER]
[?this GUTTER]