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To the 8th hee saith that in case the sayd Jagoe and Bowtill had not kept
the sayd shipp at dartmouth under pretence of imploying her as aforesayd
hee this deponent well knoweth shee might have bin imployed upon other
voyages which would (in the tyme shee was soe there kept by them under
pretence aforesayd) have profitted the sayd Nathaniell Marriott as much
or more then the sayd Bowtill and Jagoes Imployment would have done
for hee this deponent knoweth that in Ireland before her coming thence to
dartmouth to be imployed by the sayd Bowtill and Jago according to Charter=
party, there were severall imployments offered to this deponent by merchants
in Ireland to goe for Bristoll and for Portugal and other parts beyond the seas
which would have bin very advantagious, all which this deponent durst
not accept of but came dead freighted from Ireland to dartmouth in-
August 1655 that hee might performe the sayd Nathaniell Marriotts
engagement by Charterparty to the sayd Bowtill and Jagoe
And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 9th hee saith that the arlate Marriott by reason of the sayd
Bowtill and Jago their not performance of Covenants in manner
aforesayd and not imploying the sayd shipp according to Charterparty
hath in his deponents Judgement and estimate (and as hee verily beleeveth
and is perswaded in his conscience) suffered losse and damage to the
value of three hundred pounds sterling at the least
shee having of this deponents
knowledge only made one voyage for ffrance (this deponent goeing Master of her)
the freight whereof came to forty two pounds sterling which was all the
voyages this deponent could get for her since And further hee
cannot depose./

To the 10th hee saith the sayd Jagoe that bin by this deponent and
his contest Thomas Marriott required on behalf of the sayd
Nathaniell Marriott to give satisfaction to the sayd Nathaniell for
the losse by him susteyned by their meanes, in manner aforesayd
which hee hath delayed and refused to doe And further hee cannot

To the 11th hee saith the arlate Jago is a Merchant living at
dartmouth and the sayd Bowtill (as hee hath heard and beleeveth) a-
Merchant of London, and hee beleeveth they are both Englishmen and
subiects of this Commonwealth and subiect to the authority of this Court
And further hee cannot depose

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true

Repeated in Court before both Judges/