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doth not nowe remember having lost most of his Accounts.) And
saith that those summes were all that hee receaved the said voyage
in part of his wages for his Service in the said Shipp, And further
To the 2d hee hath not soe deposed.
To the 3d hee saith hee well knoweth all the partyes schedulate.
and saith that Christopher Malym is here in London;
or neere London, and soe is the foresd John Roberts, but
knowes not where the rest are; And saith that all the
mariners schedule were able Seamen, and were all Able
(for ought this deponent knoweth to the Contrary) to performe
their severall places which they were put into in the said
ship the said voyage, And further doth not answer:/.
To the 4th hee saith hee doth not approve those Seamen
Sufficient Mariners that willfully suffer a ship and her Lading to be
Cast away in a faire winde, And weather; when the Ship
hath Liberty, and Searoome; And saith that the bookes
of Accounts, and all other accounts touching the said Ship and Lading; (which were aboard
the said Ship, at and upon the Death of the said William
Malim,) were locked and Sealed up in a box, by one
Captaine Hudson Comander of the Smyrna ffactor, and
Miles Bro?cose Comander of the William (which were in
Company of the Anne) the same daye that the said William
Malim Dyed; and after they were soe Locked and
Seiled up, they were put into
the Masters Cabbin, where they remained untill the
said ship came to Cyprus, (after she came from Scanderoone;) where
(by order of the Worshipfull Roger ffooke) the said box was opened
in the presence of the said Captaine Miles Brouse, and Captaine Plump=
=ton, Comander of the Comerce; and the bookes or Accounts
wherein the bills of Ladeing firmed at Scanderoone; for their
homewards Voyage, were entred, was taken out and
delivered to the said Worshipfull Roger ffooke, and then the said
box was Locked and sealed up againe by the said Brou[?se GUTTER]
and Plumpton, and put into the Hold of the said
Ship the Anne; where they Continued and were when
the said Ship was Cast away as aforesaid, And saith that
after the said Ship came upon the said Sands
her Company had noe time either to save any papers
or any of their Cloathes or goods which were in the said Ship,
but were most of them Imployed about Hoysting out
their boate, and using other meanes for saving of their
Lives. and while they were soe busied this deponent gave, a small