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dayes and on or about the seaventeenth of Aprill 1657 the winde coming
fayre for her depture thence the arlate Luke Wood and Thomas Grove came together
from shoare aboard the sayd shipp that day about two a clock in the afternoone
and being come aboard the sayd Wood caused this deponent to goe on
shoare to cleare the sayd shipp at the Castle and in the meane tyme the sayd shipp
sett sayle this deponent at the Castle seeing her under sayle And saith hee
well knoweth that the sayd Thomas Grove the Master after the sayd shipp was
soe under sayle was on shoare and stayed a shoare till about two of
the clocke in the morning of the next day after shee soe sett sayle, but
what boate hee went on shoare (for that hee was then gone to the Castle) hee
knoweth not And further to this arle hee cannot depose saving hee saith that
some few howers after the sayd Groves comming againe aboard the sayd shipp
shee sett sayle to proceede on her voyage./

To the 7th hee saith that after the arrivall of the sayd shipp Peace at Lez?erne
in ffrance shee lyeing there to take in her ladeing of salt severall boates were
sent by the sayd Woods from shoare (this deponent being with the sayd Woods on shoare
with salt to the sayd shipp some whereof were turned back and not receaved
a board her but by whose meanes hee knoweth not nor what dammage the
sayd Woods susteyned thereby And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 8th hee saith hee well knoweth (for that hee went a shoare in the same
boate) that the sayd shipp Peace being ready to depart from Lez?erne the sayd
Woods went on shoare in the shipps boate to perfect and make up her Accounts
that hee might be in a readinesse to depart and the arlate Thomas Grove
would ?newlee goe and did goe on shoare in the same boate, and being
come on shoare the sayd Grove did in presence of this deponent and the sayd
Wood and others, revile the arlate Edward Crispe one of the Owners and
imployers of the sayd shipp, and sayd hee was a roague and a dogg
and that what and whosoeever they were that did act or doe any thing
for the sayd Crispe hee the sayd Grove would hold them during the voyage
or hee the sayd Grove spake words to the like effect And further hee cannot

To the 9th hee saith hee cannot depose knowing nothing thereof

To the 10th and 11th hee saith that in the beginning of the moneth of August
1657 the weather was some what fowle by reason whereof certayne ffish
which the arlate Woods had bought and provided at Newfound Land to be
laden aboard the Peace could not be shipped for want of fayre weather
and that on the fifteenth of that moneth the weather proceding fayre and
fitt for shipping the sayd ffish the arlate Luke Woods and Mr [XXX GUTTER]
called early in the morning that day to the Mariners of the sayd shipp
who were on board her (some of them being on shoare before about the [XXX GUTTER]
busines) to come on shoare to helpe while the weather as fayre [XXX GUTTER]
in shipping the fish soe provided and the sayd Grove the Master sent [XXX GUTTER]
of the Mariners aboard on shoare to assiste thereabout And saith that
the sayd sixe were gone on shoare to helpe to lade ffish the sayd Thomas
Grove the master and this deponent and Robert Grove one other of the Mates
did that day take the long boate and therewith ?turned up and downe to the
windewards and came at length neere shoare where Woods and the
Mariners that assisted him were at worke about preparing the sayd ffish
to goe aboard and having looked on them a while ?turned with the boate