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To the 5th hee saith that the tyme Interrate dollers did usually goe at
Lisbon for six shillings Portugese money but were usually paid
to Mariners Englishmen at the rate only of fower and sixe pence sterling
per doller at which rate the sayd Ewens then paid this deponent
eight moneths pay which was the wages then due to him according
to the first agreement And saith his wages by the first agreement
was two and twenty shillings money but how many dollers that
accounted to hee now remembreth not And saith the sayd Ewens
paid this deponent at the sayd rate of fower and sixe pence a doller
voluntarily without any enforcement by this deponent soe laden
And further hee cannot answere/

To the 6th hee saith hee hath not receaved all his wages due for
the voyage in question but saith there is about three or fower moneths
wages still Due to him this deponent according to the second agree-
ment made when wages were augmented for which
hee saith hee intendeth to sue if the parties Agent prevaile in this cause
And to the rest negatively./

To the 7th hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor
having heard any thing to the effect Interrate./

To the last hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor
having heard any thing to the effect Interrate./

The marke of the sayd
ffrancis F M [MARKE] Mould// [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The 21th of March 1658./:

Examined on the foresaid Allegation on the behalfe of
the said Church./.

Swire con Church)

vide: C15.L:12:/:

Rp et ?C ?pn oribus 6.


James Dixson of Ratcliffe Mariner aged 30 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and Examined.

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith that at such time as
the arlate ship the Phoenix came and arrived in the river
of Thames. (which was about a yeere and halfe since) and anchored
at or neere the place where the pretended damage was done to
the arlate ship the Consent, The said Ship the Phoenix, did
ryde by two Anchors the one being cast out to the Northwards
of the River, and the other to the Southwad, of the said River as is usuall
And saith the sayd Ship Phenix was alsoe made fast to a ship
whereof one Morgan was Master which Rid by her. And saith that
there was a buoy well fastned to each of the said Anchors belonging
to the Phenix which were Cast out as a foresaid, which said Buoys
were seene at most times of the Tide. The premisses hee
deposeth for that hee was then Boatswaine of the said Shipp
helped to Cast out her said Anchor. and sawe the said Boyes
well fastned thereto, and were soe fastned when the said Anchors
were weighed after the Damage done to the Consent and further
hee cannot depose./.