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and hee this deponent verily beleeveth that the sayd Woods being
sole supracargo of the sayed shipp for the voyage in question both
the Master and Mariners ought to obey and observe the orders
of the sayd Luke Woods as Supracargo as touching the lading unlading
and reladeing of the sayd shipp and to goe with the shipps boate, and with the
sayd shipp from place to place according as the sayd Woods should
for his best advantage of tradeing in the sayd voyage direct and
appoint And further to this arle hee cannot depose not being p:rsent
at the writeing or signeing of the Schedule arlate

To the 5th and 6th articles of the sayd libell hee saith that the sayd
shipp the Pease after her departure from Gravesend being in her course
towards ffrance she was by Contrary winds put into ffalmouth where
she lay winde bound for neere about thirteene dayes And on or about
the seaventeenth of Aprill 1657 the winde came fayer and the sayd Luke
Woods and the sayd Thomas Grove being then on shoare and hee this deponent
aboard, hee knoweth not what words passed on shoare betweene them but
well knoweth that they came both aboard the sayd shipp togeather about
two of the Clock in the afternoone that day and that as soone as they
came aboard they sent Thomas Yeomans one of the Mates of the [XX GUTTER]
with the shipps boate to cleere at the Castle, and in the meane
tyme while the sayd Mate was goeing to cleere the sayd Grove com-
manded the sayd shipp to be brought to sayle and before the
Anchors could be gott aboard and the shipp fitted to sayle, there being
a Country boate lyeing by the shipps side the sayd Thomas Grove the
master would needes goe on shoare againe in that Country boate
and did goe ashoare in it notwithstanding that the sayd Luke
Woods seeing him about soe to doe did in presence of this deponent and
divers of the shipps company earnestly perswade and entreate
the sayd Thomas Grove not to goe on shoare againe and told him [XX GUTTER]
[XXX] his goeing a shoare would be a great hinderance to the voyage
the shipp being bound upon a fishing designe & the season somewhat spent
allready by the shipps lying soe long winde bound as she had done
and the winde then [?seerveing] fayre for her departure (as in deede it did)
but the sayd Grove notwithstanding such perswasions went ashoare and
there stayed most part of that night ashoare and came againe
aboard the sayd shipp about two a clock in the morning, in the
shipps boate which was sent after him to attend him and bring
him aboard And hee saith the sayd Thomas Grove being come againe
aboard the sayd shipp did publiquely upon the deck in presence of
this deponent and divers others of the shipps company, speake in an?gry
manner and sayd thus or the like in effect there are some on board
that thinke much of my being on shoare but I care not, and
further sayd that shee (meaning the sayd shipp Pease) should ride