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To the 6th hee saith that the foresaid ships in a [?forceable] Gale of wind outsailed
the Anne and the Anne. was driven by the said High
winds and foule weather on the said Coast of ffrance, and further
cannot answer saving as aforesaid./.
To the 7 Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not how much the
said Partyes schedulate or any of them received in part for
their service in the said ship; but saith that at Cyprus in
their Coming home, hee laid out, and paid amongst
some of the ships Company by order of the worshipfull ffranics ffowke
, a Certaine summe of money but how
much hee knoweth not, nor perticularly to whom all the same
was payd. and further cannot answer:
To the Interrogatories in 2d loco:/: [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that the said ship Anne arrived at
Cyprus the first time on or about the first of
Aprill 1658: And from and after that time the said ship
was Imployed (as this deponent supposed) by the said worshipfull Roger
ffowke, and was by him ordered to goe to such ports and places
as hee thought fitt, And further cannot depose./.
To the 2d hee saith the said William Malin dyed on: or about
the seaventeenth day of July last betweene Scanderoone
and Cyprus. as the shipp was Coming homewards, and
this deponent according to the Custome in such cases, succeeded
him and at the Ships Comming to Cyprus, which was on or
about the last of July 1658. the said Worshipfull Roger ffowke
ordered this deponent to take the Charge and Care of
her in bringing of her for England. And further hee cannot
To the 3d hee saith that at Satalia the said Malym did
pay to severall of the ships Company some moneyes, but
how much hee knoweth not, And saith that after the said
Malins Death there was a Noate found. wherein was
written that all the Mariners schedulate had received
three monethes wages for their service in the said Ship
But of this Deponents Knowledge none of the marine:rs
schedulate receaved soe much: And further cannot Answer
saving his foregoeing deposition.
To the 4th hee saith that the foresaid money which hee
this deponent paid as aforesaid to some of the mariners of
the said ship hee receaved it of the Worshipfull Roger ffooke,
And saith hee knoweth not particulalry how much the Mariners schedulate
receaved nor any of them since their Departure from
Gravesend in the said Ship and further cannot answer/:
To the 5th hee saith the said Ship Anne was Driven upon
the Coast of ffrance only by extreamity of the winde and weather
and by the will of God. And saith that at Satalia was a Difference betweene Mr [XXXXX] ffrancis Rosse
and George Southerne mentioned in the said schedule and Joseph Bond