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To the fifth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that in or about the
end of Aprill or beginning of May 1655. he came away [?from GUTTER]
Milford and then left the sayd Attwood in the service of the sayd
shipp according to the sayd monition. And otherwise he cannot

To the 6th article hee saith he ćannot depose.

To the 7th article he referreth himselfe to the Law and Acts of this Court
and otherwise cannot depose.

To the last hee saith this deposition is true.

William dixson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]



To the Crosse=Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory he saith he was one of the Company of the sayd shipp the
voyage in question. And there is about eight pounds wages due to him
for his service in the sayd shipp. which he hopes to have, but hath not yet
Layd in his Clayme or action for the same. And otherwise hee cannot answer.

To the second Interrogatory hee saith hee was not att the hiring of any of the
persons interrate.

To the third the saith he saith he saith he was about 6 weekes in the sayd shipp att
halfe pay, before she departed from Gravesend, and then was in her and in
whole pay till she came to Millford haven and about a month longer. And
there he left the sayd shipp. and saith she did not make her designed port,
or voyage being insufficient. And saving as aforesayd cannot further

To the 4th. hee saith he was payd his sayd halfe pay upon the eighth
day of december 1654. and some small tyme after videlicet day or
two or three dayes after the sayd shipp went upon her sayd voyage. And
further not remembring the tyme of the day she departed he ćannot
depose or answer

To the .5th. he saith that the sayd shipp when she so departed from Gravesend did
seeme to be an able and sufficient shipp as to outward view. but it soone
after appeared that she was not sufficient for such a voyage. And other
wise hee cannot answer.

To the .6th. he saith the sayd shipp became leaky first about the downes, and
afterwards sprang a leake about forty leagues from the Lizard, as
this Rendent did then judge the distance. And from thense {she} came
into Milford haven And otherwise hee ćannot answer.

To the 7th hee saith he hath heard that the sayd Vintroes wife did receive some
part of his wages. but how much he heard not. And further knoweth not
nor can answer.

To the .8th. hee saith that whilest the sayd shipp lay att Milford haven and there
was nothing to doe, the parties interrate did sometimes
goe on shoare upon their occasions whilest this deponent was there
but how long they stayd hee knoweth not nor can further answer.

To the .9th. he saith he knoweth nothing thereof

To the 10th. hee saith hee cannot depose.

To the 11th. hee saith none of the sayd persons was or is indebted to this Rendent

To the 12th. hee saith he doth know that there was freight payd for some of the
goods laden on board the sayd shipp and allso for the passengers. but how much [?he know= GUTTER]
eth not. And otherwise negatively.

Repeated before
Doctor Godolphin
in both Causes/