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about two or three dayes and then foggie and stormy weather
happening the sayd damerell with the Owners Adventure and
Greyhound lost the Company of the sayd Pibus Welch and Golding
their shipps, and having lost their Company mett with dutch shipps
at Sea, and kept company with them and went aboard them and
they of him and further saving his foregoeing depsoition to the
8th and 9th articles of the allegation hee cannot answere
saving that hee saith that after the evell language predeposed
of which passed betwixt the sayd damerell and Gosling about
workeing further into the Ice the sayd damerell and Gosling had
severall other fallings out each with other, once about a sea horse
tooth, and at other tymes upon other occasions and they did call one
an other pupies and rascall and foole and loggerhead and
the like opprobious termes And further hee cannot answere
not knowing by whose meanes the voyage in question proved
soe insuccessefull as it did/

To the last hee sayeth it concerneth him not to answere thereto
having not deposed to the article therein mentioned./

Repeated the 19th of May 1657 before
doctor Godolphin./



The 30th of May 1657./

Cowse against Jeggles./

Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the sayd Cowse/


Baldwin Waters of London Servant to Mr Edward Cowse
Merchant aged twenty yeares or thereabouts a wittness sworne
and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./

To the first article hee saith hee well knoweth that in the yeare one Thousand
sixe hundred fifty fower arlate the arlate Mr James Cowse did imploye the arlate
Shipp the Anne to goe a voyage from this Port of London to Oporto in Portugall,
and thense to the Barbados and from thense to any Port without the streights mouth and soe back to London
according as hee the sayd James Cowse or his ffactors Agents or Assignes should
order and direct, And the arlate daniell Jeggles did take upon him the voyage and government of the sayd shipp as Master of
and did goe Master of the sayd shipp for the sayd voyage the premisses hee deposeth
for that this deponents Master Mr Edward Cowse being supra cargoe of the sayd
shipps Outward ladeing this deponent went with his sayd Master in the sayd shipp
from London to Oport and thense to the Barbadoes And further saveing his
subsequent deposition hee cannot depose./

To the second article of the sayd allegation hee saith that the sayd shipp sett
forth upon the sayd voyage (the sayd daniell Jeggles goeing Master of her and having
the care and government of her as Master) about the sixth of November one thousand
sixe hundred fifty fower bound for Oport with severall goods and Merchandizes this
deponents sayd Master Edmond Cowse goeing in her as supracargoe and this deponent
goeing also in her as his servant, and saith the sayd shipp with the sayd goods on
board her came to the Coast of Portugall about the twelfth or thirteenth day of the
sayd moneth and that being th the sayd Jeggles beate up and downe at sea with
fayre weather for two dayes space not knowing as hee afterwards confessed which was Oporto and then fowle weather came which d[XXXX GUTTER]