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repaires, And the sayd John Mayor being a Shipwright was imployed and did
by the helpe of the persons mentioned in the schedule arlate now reade to him
ámend and repaire the sayd Lighter of the certayne knowledge of this deponent
who was one imployed in that worke, and saw the plankes and materialls
schedulat used in the sayd repaires. And the sayd John Mayor had order so to
repair her of and from [XXX XXX XXXX] and anchor a certaine person whose name
he remembreth not whom he beleeveth to have bene imployed by the
sayd Owners to cause her to be repaired. And being then an Apprentice to the
sayd John Mayor he knoweth that the materialls schedulat were usually
sold att the respective rates in the sayd schedule mentioned. And that all the
persons schedulat had for their respective labours in the premisses the severall
wages in the sayd schedule mentioned of and from the sayd John Mayor
this deponent and his precontests Robinson and Haynes excepted who had not
wages being the sayd Mayors servants, but did usally earne wages for
their sayd master att the rates schedulat. And Lastly he beleiveth
that the sayd repaires could not have bene done under fifty two pounds
four shillings nyne pence. And otherwise not having any particu
lar remembrance of the worke schedulat mentioned to be done
in June 1655. hee cannot depose.
To the third article he saith he cannot depose.
To the fourth article he saith he the sayd John Mayor is damnified by the not hav=
ing the sayd money due for the sayd repaires.
To the 5th. he cannot depose.
To the 6th. he referrs himselfe to the law.
To the 7th. hee saith his deposition is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first Interrogatorye he saith he comes to be a witnes in this cause by the
meanes of the sayd John Mayor, And hath noe manner of Interest or att all
in the busines. And further otherwise than negatively hee cannot depose.
To the second he saith, he knoweth the sayd Lighter, and did part of the worke for
which this suit is brought, being imployed twenty three dayes in the sayd worke,
but saith he did not worke for wages, but as a servant to the sayd John Mayor.
ánd expects nothing for his paines. And further cannot answer
To the third he referres himselfe to his foregoeing depositions and
otherwise or further cannot depose.
To the fourth he saith he saw all the particular persons schedulat worke
upon the sayd Lighter upon the dayes schedulat and this Rendent wrought
with them every day. onely the [XX] Boy of which mention is made was
ymployed five dayes longer than this Rendent for the triming of okam
for the repaires. And saith he heard the sayd D[XXX] whose name he remembreth not person
give order for the sayd repaires about a yeare and a halfe agoe att the
kay of the sayd John Mayor neere to Horsey downe New stayres,
where also the sayd John Mayor gave order to the sayd persons implyoed
in the sayd worke about the same tyme. And otherwise he ćannot answer.
To the fifth Interrogatory he saith the sayd John Mayor hath not receaved any satis=
faction for the sayd repaires so farr as he knoweth or hath heard.
And otherwise he ćannot answer.
Richard X [MARKE] Cooke MARKE, RH SIDE
Repeated with his precontest before Doctor Godolphin