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condition the said Mr Hunt shipped them on board the said shipp to serve in the said
voyage outwards and back for London where the voyage
was to end, And the said Hunt shipped the said ffrisby Carpenter
(although hee was sickly) and the said Archer marriner the said
voyage. and they the said ffrisby and Archer accordingly came on board
were hired in the fight and knowledge of this deponent who was
mate of the said shipp. Et alr nescit not being present at their
hireing or of their promises they made. Nor knoweth what wages,
they were to have.

Ad 3 et 4 deponit that the said shipp accordingly proceeded ?to ffalmouth
and tooke in a lading of pilchards there, and went thence to
severall place in the streights and at Civita Vechia tooke in a
lading of Brimstone to bee brought for London for the use of his
Majority the King of England. And saith that the said ffrisby was
very sickly in the beginning of y:e said voyage and could doe but
little service, and the said Archer was shortly after y:e beginning
of the said voyage very ill, and soe bare of cloathes that the
M:r Henry Hunt did out of pity supply them of which hee knoweth being aboard and going the said voyage Et alre. nescit

Ad 5. 6 et 7 arles deponit that the said shipp in her course of
proceeding went from Civita Vechia to zant and Zephalonia where
she tooke in Currance, and came thence back to Ligorne touching
at Messina, and while the said shipp was soe at Legorne y:e said
ffrisby and Archer went and staid on shore six or seaven dayes
and nights together drinking and ideling, and
soe neglected their duties aboard and the shipps busines. And
saith that five other of the said shipps Company keeping company
with the said ffrisby and Archer the Master went ashore and as this
deponent hath bin credibly informed went to the English Consull
and complained of his said men and of the man of the house that
harboured them, And saith they they all seaven being some time
kept prisoners three of them came on board and the Captaine entertained them
but the said ffrisby and Archer, and two others staid behind, and
came not afterwards on board, although they came neere
to the waterside as the said three persons who returned aboard told
this depo:t and who might have come aboard in the said shipps boate
with y:e other three if they had pleased being at liberty, and the
shipps boate then ashire And saith that by reason of the said ffrisbys
desertion of his said shipp, the said Hunt was forced to hire another
carpenter in his stead, and by reason of the disertion of the said shipp
by the said ffrisby and Archer and the other two, (the Cooper and the Gunners mate
who also staid ashore) y:e shipps strength was much abated. Et alr nescit

Ad Interria

Ad primum renat that hee is going in a merchant man called the Merryland XXXX
bound for Barbery and is mate of her, and is worth little, and this deponents
wife and the producent call Cozens which is a ?farrest is not other wife related to him

Ad 2 rendt that while they the said ffrisby and Archer while they were onboard and untill their
going ashore at Leghorne. did indifferently well performe their duties
And saith hee ?saiv noe mony padi them. Et alr nescit

Ad 3 nescit.