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knoweth that the arlate Thomas Grove then and alsoe during
all the tyme arlate in the yeares 1657 and 1658 was Master and
Commander of the sayd shipp Pease and had the charge and government
of her as Master during the voyage in question And hee beleeveth
the sayd Thomas Grove went soe Master of her the sayd voyage by the
Consent and approbation of the arlate Vincent de la barre and Thomas delavall
and the rest of the Owners of the sayd shipp And for Master of her the
sayd voyage the sayd Thomas Grove was commonly reputed And further
to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 2 article of the libell hee saith that the sayd shipp having at
London taken in her provisions and other necessaries did in the moneth
of March 1656 sett sayle from London to Gravesend and having cleered
?their sett sayle thence about the seaven or eight and twentieth of March
1657 English Style bound forth on a voyage from London to
ffrance and thence to Newfound land and thence to the Barbadoes
and further to this article hee cannot depose being not privie to the
bargaine made by the sayd Grove with the arlate Luke Woods touching any parte of the sayd shipp hyred by the sayd Woods but for
more certaynety therein referreth him selfe to the Charterparty made
between them thereabout./

To the third article hee saith hee well knoweth being Boatswaine as
aforesayd that the arlate John Brewer and Edward Crispe were
commonly reputed the lawfull Owners and Proprietors of five
eighth parts of the sayd shipp the Pease and her tackle and furniture
And knoweth that they did upon their owne charge and Adventure as
Owners and freighters freight and imploy the sayd five eighth parts
of her for their owne use And saith that hee well knoweth that
the arlate Luke Woods did goe the voyage in question absolute and
sole Supracargo and manager of the sayd shipp Peace as well for the parts that [XXXXXXX]
hee the sayd Woods had hyred as for the other five eighths which
was soe freighted by and belonged to the sayde Brewer and Crispe
And was soe impowered to goe Supracargo and sole manager of the sayd Brewer
and Crispe their five eighth parts by the sayde Brewer and Crispe (as
the sayd Luke Wood did affirme to this deponent and other of the sayd
shipps Company and as this deponent verily beleeveth And further
hee cannot depose/

To the 4th article of the sayd libell hee saith that soone after this
deponent was first shipped aboard the sayd shipp Pease as Boatswaine
the sayd Thomas Grove the Master told this deponent that although hee
the sayd Grove had hyred this deponent yet Luke Woods (meaning the
arlate Luke Woods) was to be his this deponents paymaster for
that (as the sayd Grove acknowledged and sayd) the sayd Woods was sole
supracargo of the sayd shipp as well for the sayd Brewer and Crispe
their five eighth parts of the shipp as for the other three eighth parts
of the sayd shipp, and was to pay and beare in behalfe of him selfe and
the said Brewer and Crispe all charges of victualls and
provisions and wages for the Master and Mariners of the sayd shipp