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there longer yet, and soe the sayd Grove kept the sayd shipp at Anchor about an
howers space after hee soe came aboard and then after his anger
was over gave order to weigh Anchor, and soe sett sayle the
premisses hee deposeth off sight and certayne knowledge And further hee
cannot depose./.

To the 7th article hee saith that after the arrivall of the shipp Peace
at Saint leserns in ffrance the sayd Luke Woods being gone on shoare
to provide salt to lade the sayd shipp and having
?sent severall boates with salt, which were receaved on board.
the sayd Woods did about the fifth or sixth of May 1657 send
fower or five boates (more than what had formerly bin taken aboard)
with salt, and they being come to the shipp side the sayd Grove the
Master being aboard turned two of the sayd boate loades of salt
back againe and would not receave them aboard, saying his shipp
was at her load marke with what good hee had allready receaved
aboard her, and therefore hee would take noe more salt aboard,
and thereupon tooke this deponents Penn and Inke and writt a noate
and delivered the same to one of the boatmen whose boate loads
of salt were not receaved aboard and willed him in this deponents
sight and hearing to give that noate to Mr Woods (meaning the foursayd
Luke Woods) the contents of the sayd noate this deponent knoweth not
but as the sayd Grove told him this deponent the content thereof
was to lett the sayd Mr Woods knowe that the sayd shipp was fully
laden with the goods shee had on board and that therefore hee could not
take those two boates of salt more aboard And further to this article
he cannot depose knowing nothing touching what dammage the sayd
Woods suffered by the sayd Groves turneing back the sayd salt.

To the 8th hee saith hee knoweth that the shipp Peace being at
Leserns aforesayd and ready to sett sayle thence the arlate Luke
Woods did with fower of the shipps company goe on shoare to make
even (as hee sayd) his Accomptes that soe hee might bee in a readines
to depart and that the shipp might not stay for any occasions of his, and
saith the sayd Grove did alsoe goe on shoare but whether with the sayd
Wood or a little before or a little after him hee remembreth not
And further hee cannot depose to the contents of this article, for that
hee this deponents being boatswaine was busied about fitting the
shipp and soe went not on shoare, nor heard what the sayd Grove then
spake on shoare./

To the 9th hee cannot depose saving hee saith hee remembreth that
after the arrivall of the shipp Peace at Saint Johns in Newfound land the sayd
Thomas Grove did goe on shoare with the shipps boate and carry with him
a parcell of bread./

To the 10th and eleventh articles hee saith that hee remembreth that