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To the 29th saving his forefoing deposition hee canot depose

To the 30th hee saith that the shipp Peace was of the burthen of {?two} [this figure appears to have been blotted out]
hundred tonnes or neere thereabouts and that of his this deponents
knowledge shee came home about halfe dead freighted for that
the arlate Luke Woods beside the dammage hee susteyned in the sale
of his three eighth parts of the sayd shipps ladeing of ffish and other
Merchandizes did suffer losse and dammage in the sayd shipps want
of ladeing home the summe of two hundred pounds sterling or
neere thereabouts in this deponents Judgement and estimate And further
hee cannot depose./

To the 31th article hee saith that the monethly wages of the Master
and Mariners of the shipp Peace and the victualls and provisions by them
monethly spent during the voyage in question did amount to a great
and considerable summe of money but what to estimate the same
as hee knoweth not And further cannot depose./

To the 32th article hee saith that in his this deponents Judgment the
shipp the Peace her voyage was overthrowne and spoiled by the
evell behaviour of the sayd Thomas Grove therein the sayd Grove behaving
him selfe in that rude and uncivill manner wheresoever hee came
during the sayd voyage that such persons as had heard of or sawe his
behaviour did not care to have anything to doe with him the sayd
Grove or the arlate Luke Woods for his sake and therefore diverse of them
did forbeare the ladeing of their goods aboard the sayd shipp of this
deponents sight (OR, right) and certayne knowledge and such the sayd Groves rude
and uncivill behaviour was generall observed and taken notice of
by the whole shipps Company and by divers who had occasion to
lade goods aboard the sayd shipp and have dealings with the sayd
Luke Woods And further hee deposeth not./

To the 33th and 34th articles hee saith hee well knoweth that the sayd Grove did
not only in remote parts beyond the seas behave him selfe in such
rude and disobedient manner as is before declared but alsoe after
the sayd shipp was returned to Plymouth from the voyage in question
the sayd Grove by his stubborne and refractory carriage there
and his refuseing to obey the orders of the sayd Luke Woods
was an occasion of the sayd shipps stay there a much longer tyme
than shee needed to have done by reason that seavrll Merchants who
had goods aboard the sayd shipp and which were there to be delivered
came aboard to demand their goods, and brought their bills of ladeing
and severall tymes demanded them and the sayd Grove refused to
deliver them, and stayed there about tenn dayes whereas hee might
have there discharged all the goods hee was there to unlade in three dayes
tyme at the most and then might have had the oportunity of a fayer
winde to sayle for London which oportunitie the sayd Grove by his sayd
refractory carriage lost and the winde by his long stay there coming