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To the 21th hee saith hee heard the sayd Luke Woods saye openly upon
the deck to the sayd Thomas Grove (while the Peace lay at Nevis the
tyme more certaynely hee doth not remember) that the sayd Grove hath
broken his Charterparty And the sayd Grove in an angrie manner
presently replyed and sayd if I have broken my Charterparty then I
will ruine all and [?those] words passed betwixt them on the deck in presence
of this deponent and divers others of the shipps company And further to
this article hee cannot depose/

To the 20th hee saith that the Peace by reason shee missed the
Barbados as aforesayd did lye at Nevis in disposeing of her
fish and other Commodities from the eighth of November till about
the middle of June next following And hee alsoe saith that hee
well knoweth that about the beginning of March 1657 there came
a Ketch to Nevis with fish whereof the arlate Holloway (whome
this deponent well knoweth) was Merchant, And hee saith that
the said Holloway did at Nevis tell this deponent that the sayd
Thomas Grove and hee the sayd Holloway hath there had conference
together and that the sayd Grove told him the sayd Holloway, that he
the sayd Grove would take such a course that the old roague Luke
Woods should sell noe fish there for as the sayd Holloway
sayd the sayd Grove told him that hee the sayd Grove had sold all
his owne fish, and that one pound of the sayd Hollowaies ffish were
worth sixe pounds of the fish aboard the Peace And that hee the
sayd Grove would helpe the sayd Holloway to sell all his fish
And further to this article hee cannot depose./

To the 23th hee cannot depose./

To the 24th article hee saith that hee knoweth that the arlate Thomas Grove
did at Newfound land lade aboard the shipp Peace for his owne Accompy
fower hogsheads of trayne oyle which oyle hee saith was stowed
in [XXX XXXXX] foremast [XXXXX] the Gunne deck and hee saith that some of the sayd oyle leaked out
and runne upon the deck, but what dammage happened thereby hee
knoweth not for that hee being Boatswaine seldome came in hold, his
imployments being aloft?e And further hee cannot depose/

To the 25th that there happeneing some difference at Nevis betweene the
arlate Luke Woods and the sayd Thomas Grove the sayd Woods told the sayd Grove
that hee had broken his Charterparty whereto the sayd Grove as before
hee hath deposed replyed and sayd if I have broken my Charterparty
I will even ruine all our words to that effect And further saveing his
foregoeing deposition hee cannot depose/

To the 26th article hee saith that the arlate Luke Woods during the whole voyage
was (of this deponents sight and observation) very industrious and carefull in
mannageing the affayres of the shipp Peace according to his quality and
condition of Supracargo of her and the sale and disposall of her goods and
reladeing her with others And hee this deponent verily beleeveth and is
perswaded in his conscience that the refractory and disobedient carriage
of the sayd Thomas Grove aforementioned was an occasion that the voyage