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The 26th of ffebruary 1658

Examined upon an Allegation given in by
Mr Smith on the behalfe of the said [?marriners]

Christopher Malym Thomas Garret}
Bethel Tynck, George Southerne}
George Rogers, Thomas West, ffrancis}
Rosse, and John Roberts: late Mariners of}
The Ship the Anne, whereof William}
Malym was Masterr against}
?Daniel fooke: Smith Budd}

Rp. i:us

John Atkins of Ratcliffe Mariner
aged 32 yeeres or thereabouts Sworne
and Examined./:

To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
that hee beleeveth the arlate ffooke Was
Owner of the arlate ship the Anne whereof Wm Malym was
Master in the Month of November 1657: and soe hee hath heard the said ffrancis ffooke acknowledge and further hee
cannot depose/:

To the second and 3d articles and schedule annexed hee saith that the said Wm Malym did Hire
all the Mariners schedulate, to saile and goe in the said ship
Anne from this Port of London, to Yarmouth, and
from thence to goe to Marsellis, and to other ports within the
Streights, and to returne againe to this Port; And saith that
Christopher Malym mentioned in the schedule was (as he remembreth) shipped at three pounds
per moneth, and soe much hee did Deserve the said Voyage
and saith hee knoweth not at what rates or wages, the other
Mariners Schedulate or any of the were shipped or
hired at per moneth to goe the said Voyage; but saith that Thomas
Garret Carpenter of thee said Ship well deserved i: li vj: s per
moneth the said voyage Bethell Tincke?s, a Comon man of the said ship
well deserved 1: li 7: s per moneth the said Voyage George Southerne a Comon man of the said ship, deserved i: li 7: s per moneth the said Voyage
John Robert Chirugeon of the said ship, well deserved 2: li 2: s per mon:th
the said Voyage; and Thomas West the Cooper of the said
Ship deserved, about 1: li x. s per moneth the said Voyage, And
saith the foresaid sommes are usually given to mariners that
serve in the places and qualityes aforesaid, on such Voyages and
rather more, The premises hee deposeth, being hyred
at this Port by thee said William Malym, to goe Cheife Mate
of the said Ship Anne, the said Voyage; and goeing from
hence Mate of her, and Continueing in her till her
Casting away, And further hee cannot depose./:

To the 4th hee saith that after the hyring of all the said Mariners
schedule (sic), the said William Malym set saile with the said ship from
Gravesend to Yarmouth, and at Yarmouth the said William Malym
paid to all the Mariners schedulate their halfe pay, and further
hee cannot depose./.

To the .5:th hee saith that the said Ship Anne, and all the Mariners
schedulate departed and set saile from Gravesend on the said voyage