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demanded their ladeings of salt as being againe sent for the same
by the sayd Woods, the sayd Grove the Master then also would not suffer
any salt to be delivered to them from aboard the sayd ship, but sent
them away againe without delivering any salt to them, And saith that
in this deponents Judgement there was then when the sayd Grove soe
turned the sayd boates away the second time betweene twenty and thirty
tonnes of ffish at the least and thirty tonnes of salt and about
forty tonnes of stones aboard the sayd shipp Peace beside store of
Provisions and the sayd shipp was rideing in the harbour of Saint Johns
arlate which is reputed a very good harbour and as good as
any in the Newfound land And hee this deponent verily beleeveth
that the sayd Groves ?grosse pevish and disobedient carriage at
Newfoundland and other places during the voyage did plainely show
that the sayd Grove had a desyre to overthrowe and spoile the voyage
in question And further hee cannot depose./.

To the 16th hee saith that about the latter end of August arlate the arlate
Luke Woods having at Newfound land sold a parcell of ropes which
were aboard the shipp Peace sent to the arlate Mr Tizard one of the Mates
of the shio with the arlate Phillip Tracy and Thomas [?Sables] in the shipps
shallop togeather with the arlate John [?Boly] (to whome as it was sayd
the sayd Roapes were sold) to receave the same, And saith that when they
came aboard and asked the sayd Grove the Master for them and told him
that they were sold by the sayd Woods to the sayd ?Boly, the sayd Grove
would not deliver them, whereupon they returned ashoare with out
them and not longe after came againe and demanded them telling
the sayd Grove, that it was the sayd Woods order that the sayd roapes
should be delivered to the sayd ?Boly, but the sayd Grove againe
refused to deliver them whereupon the sayd Woods came himselfe
aboard with the forenamed parties, but in the meane tyme while
hee was soe comming the sayd Grove was gone on shoare and the mate [?XXXXXXXXXXXXXX]
at the shipp who were aboard sayd [?that] the sayd Woods who demanded then that they durst not deliver the sayd
roapes without an order from the sayd Grove the Master who was on
shoare, for that the sayd Grove had left word with them that hee
would have them weighed before they were delivered, but whether the
Mates sent on shoare for the sayd Groves order, or what order the
sayd Grove sent from shoare touching the delivery of them hee knoweth
not, but knoweth that not long after this deponent did deliver
the sayd roapes to the sayd [?Tracy] and [?Salter] who came with the
sayd [?Boley] for them, but whether it were by order of the sayd Robert
Grove and Thomas Yeomans the Mates or by order sent by the sayd
Thomas Grove the Master that hee this deponent soe delivered them
hee remembreth not And further cannot depose/

To the 17th hee saith hee cannot depose for that hee was not present
when the arlate Thomas Grove Captaine Maynard and Luke Wood were