replyed that they were in shole water, and … replyed that they were in shole water, and put their helme a<br />
Starboard, and runne into Mr Hall. his ship the ''Agreement'' which<br />
was to Leeward of the ''Abigail'', and this deponent asking him<br />
whether they could not take more roome with the ''Abigaile'', either to Leeward or<br />
to Windward, he the said Yonge said that it was in the night, or to<br />
effect, and this deponent saying; Then Mr hall was in Noe falt,<br />
The said Yonge made answer, Noe; He cannot blame Mr hall for any<br />
thing, but onely because hee went away, and would not<br />
lye by, after the ''Abigail'' had runne in the ''Agreement''<br />
or to that very effect, And further cannot depose;/.
To the Interrogatories;/. CENTRE HEADING
To the 1st hee saith that Mr Hall required him to come and Testifye in<br />
his cause; And sath that the foresaid words: were spoken by this deponent<br />
and the said Yonge in the presence of one John WaterXXXXX: Thomas Rowe<br />
who wer two of the Company of the Ship [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] whereof one<br />
William Woollard was Master, to which Ship this deponent then allsoe belonged<br />
and was goeing aboard with them when hee soe met the said Yonge<br />
and to the rest hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and further<br />
To the second hee saith hee is a Carpenter, and hath in that quality<br />
gone to sea in Ships for the most part of Tenn yeares last, and<br />
saith hee is worth about 100:?lw. and otherwise negatively./.
To the 3d hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./:
Repeated before the two Judges in Court.
The marke [UPSIDE DOWN ANCHOR] of the said MARKE, RH SIDE<br />
The 18th of ffebruary 1658./.
James Nuthall against the ''Gilly flower'' alias the ''Hope'')<br />
henry Potts Master and against the said Potts)<br />
Examined upon an Allegation given<br />
in on the behalfe of the said<br />
'''William Wyat''' of Limehouse in the parish<br />
of Stepney Vintner, aged 31 yeeres or thereabout<br />
Sworne; and Examined:/:
To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith hee well knowe<br />
the arlate henry Potts, and knoweth that hee the said<br />
Potts about two yeeres or two yeeres and a halfe since was Master<br />
of a Certaine Vessell which hee supposeth was Called the ''Hopewell''<br />
(And otherwise Cannot depose./.
To the 7th articles and the schedule annexed being a bond now shewed unto him hee saith and deposeth that this deponent was<br />
present at this deponents house, at the signe of the Ship neere Duke Streete<br />
and did there see the said Henry Potts, together with the arlate<br />
John Carter, Signe Seale, and for their act and deed deliver, the<br />
said Bond or schedule, which being soe done this deponent sett his<br />
hand thereunder as a Witnes, of the said Signeing Sealing<br />
and delivering as now appeareth, and having seene his name<br />
at the bottome of the said Schedule or bond. hee saith the same is of his hand<br />
writing, And further. cannot depose ./.
William Wiatt [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]se ./.
William Wiatt [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] +