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To the 3.d hee saith that in or about November 1657: the
said Wm Malim did hyre all the Mariners severall
mentioned in the schedule annexed to the said Allegation nowe
showed unto him, to goe and serve in the said ship Anne
from this port. to Yarmouth, and from thence to
the streights. and to returne againe to this port. And
saith that the schedulate Christopher Malym Mate; and
Carpenter of the said Ship, was hyred at 3: li per moneth to goe the said
Voyage; Thomas Garret Carpenter of the said ship at 1: [XXX GUTTER]
per moneth to go the said voayage Bethel Tinke A Common marriner of the said
Ship at 1: li. viij: s per moneth to goe the said voyage,
George Sotherne a Comon man of the said ship at 1: li ix: s
per moneth to goe the said voyage., George. Rogers a Comon
man of the said Ship at 1: li. viij: s per moneth, to goe the said voyage, Thomas West
Cooper at j: li. xiiij: s per moneth, to goe the said voyage, and ffrancis Ro[XXX GUTTER]
at 1: li. 10: s per moneth to goe the said Voyage; And soe much
the foresaid Mariners well deserved, and soe much
is usually given to Mariners that serve in the quality
aforesaid. in such voyages. and oftentimes, greater
summes, And saith hee save the foresaid Mariners receaved
their halfe pay at Yarmouth and thereby knoweth the
premisses, but saith hee knoweth not for how much
John Roberts the Chirurghion of the said ship was shipt
at, but saith hee well knoweth that hee well deserved
2: li. 2: s. per moneth, and saith hee this deponent never knewe
lesse given, to a Chirurgion for the same; or the like Voyage
And further Cannot depose:/.

To the 4th and 5th hee saith that after the said Wm Malym
had hyred the foresd mariners at the rates aforesaid to
goe the said Voyage; the said ship the Anne Departed
from Gravesend on the 13th of November. 1657: and
sailed to Yarmouth, and there the said William Malym
paid all his officers and Mariners, their halfe pay; and
this deponent (as hee saith) beleeveth that the said Malim
did Charge the same downe to the account of the said
Francis Fowke; and saith that notwithstanding the said [XXXX GUTTER]
halfe pay was paid to them at Yarmouth, they entred
whole pay from the day of the said ships departure from [??Gravesend GUTTER]
And further saith that at Yarmouth there was a Lading
of Herrings put on board her, with whch she sailed to