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the foresayd Gosling some money and that hee had given it to him in part
of payment, whereupon the sayd damarell went to Goslings Cabbin and demanded the sayd tooth of the sayd
Gosling and the sayd Gosling denyed to deliver the same and sayd the sayd damarell should not have it
and the Master
thereto replyed and sayd that the sayd Gosling had nothing to doe in
it, whereto the sayd Gosling answered that the sayd Tooth was a thing found, and that hee
the sayd damerell had nothing to doe with it, and that if it belonged to any body it
belonged to the Merchants (meaning the Imployers of the sayd shipp) and that it
was as sufficiente to give it to them as the sayd damerell, [whereupon]
the sayd damarell being moved did in an angrie reply and call [him]
Gosling boxe, and sayd hee was good for nothing, and the sayd Gosling replyed
to the sayd damerell and sayd hee was a better man then hee, and able to
whipp his the sayd damerells breech, whereto the sayd damerell answered and
sayd if you were with some Commanders they would make you [?XXXXX]
and tye your neck and heeles togeather, wherto the sayd Gosling answered and [sayd]
you shitten damerell, you tye mee neck and heeles, togeather, you pimpeing roague
you whereto the sayd Damerell answered and told the sayd Gosling hee was a
roague to call him Pimpeing damarell, and the sayd Gosling thereupon sayd you
(speakeing to the sayd Damarell) are a pimpeing roague to call mee
roague, and you will goe up and downe pimpeing when you get
home, and those or the like words passed betwixt the sayd Damarell and Gosling
on shipp board in the presence and hearing of this deponent and divers others of the
Company of the Owners Adventure./

To the last hee saith saving his foregoeing deposition to which hee
referreth hee cannot more fully answere to this Interrogatorie./

Edmond Reynolds [SIGNATURE AT RH SIDE]


The 7th day of January 1656 English style
Examination upon the sayd Libell./


Thomas Chauntrell of the parish of Saint Bottolphe Algate London
Cooper, and Coopers Mate of the Owners Adventure the voyage in
question aged twenty five yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse [sworne GUTTER]
and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd libell hee saith that during all the tyme arlate
the arlate Richard Batson humfrey Beane and Gowen Golderne were Commonly accompted
the true and lawfull Owners and also freighters and imployers of the Greyhound arlate
and likewise ffreighters and Imployers of the Owners Adventure arlate for voyage
in question which was a fishing voyage to Greeneland And saith that the sayd voyage
arlate Thomas damarell did of this deponents knowledge goe Master of the Owners
Adventure and had the Command ordering and direction as well of the Greyhound as of
the Owners Adventure and the Marineres and others belonging to both the sayd shipps for the sayd
which power as this deponent verily beleeveth and is perswaded in his conscience was
Committed unto him the sayd damarell by the sayd Batson Beane and Golderne And
hee this deponent well knoweth that the sayd Batson Beane and Golderne did as Owners and
imployers of the Greyhound and Imployers of the Owners Adventure fitt and furnish
both the sayd shipps with all things necessarie for the sayd voyage And further to this article
hee cannot depose/

To the 2 and 3 articles of the sayd libell hee saith that of his this deponents knowledge
goeing Coopers mate of the Owners Adventure) the sayd arlate Gosling and Maundrye did goe
Mates of the Owners Adventure, and the arlate William humfrey as a harponeere