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as aforesaid untill the said Hill departed this life; (which his departure
was in the moneth of November 1649 or thereabouts) hee
the said Hill of this Deponents Knowledge did serve in the said ship and doe his duty
well and truely on board the said Ship, and did well
deserve his foresaid wages:, And saith that thirty
shillings was the said time usually paid to men
that served in the foresaid Quality on board ship in such
Voyages: The reason of his Knowledge of the premisses
is for that he this Deponent Continued on board the said
Ship in the Quality aforesaid from such his Coming on
board her, untill, and along time after the Death of
the said Andrew Hill, and further hee cannot depose
To the 4th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of the
Court for Probate of Wills and Granding Administrations, and
further cannot depose:/:
To the 5th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of this
Court and further deposeth not:/:
To the 6th hee saith his foregoeing depon is true:/
To the Interrogratories./ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith that Mrs Crafford required him
to Come and Testify the truth of his knowledge in this
busines and was as aforesaid belonging to the said Ship the
Voyage in question And saith that Mrs Crafford well knowes
this deponent to be one of the said Ships Company the voyage in
question. and came to him three yeeres since to his house
at Stepney about this busines: and saith hee is neither [XXXX]
nor Expecteth to receave Any thing for his Testimony here
and saith hee this deponent is a prizoner in and at the Upper Bench
upon a pretence of Debt, and saith hee is worth 100: li
(All his debts which hee oweth being paid) besides many debts
which are Owing to this deponent and to the rest negatively
To the second hee answereth negatively saving as aforesaid.
and saving that hee hath heard that the
said Mrs Crafford did receave of the foresaid Thomas
Middleton a Summe of money, which shee recovered [??by ??suite ??of]
Lawe of the said Middleton onely for goods things and Clothes of the [?said ?Hill] which
the said Middleton (upon the Death of the said Hill) disposed
of, And not for the wages of the said Hill:/:
To the 3d hee saith. that hee favoureth both of the partyes
Litigant alike; in this busines, and if it were in his Power
hee would give the Victory according to right and Justice
And further cannot answer:
Repeated before Doctor Godolphin.
Thomas Hale [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]