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To the twelfth article of the sayd allegation (upon which alone he is by
direction examined) hee saith that hee this deponent was in Company of the
arlate Aron ffranke and others at the house of Mr Read in Marke lane London
in the moneth of September last past whether the sayd ffranke came to receave the moneys due to him for wages
for the voyage in question, which when hee had receaved hee refused to
give an acquittance for and fell into very violent and outragious speeches
about the sayd Mr Reade and against the arlate Morgan Jones then alsoe present and called the sayd Jones Roague and other opprobious names as dogg and the like and behaved him selfe soe uncivilly
in presence of this deponent and one Mr Thomas
Bright that they feared the sayd ffranke would doe some mischeife
to the sayd Mr Read, or the sayd Morgan Jones, whereupon the sayd
Jones went out of the sayd house and fetched a Constable to
keepe the peace And saith that while the sayd Jones was gone
out for the Constable the sayd ffranck rayled still upon the sayd
Jones and sayd hee was a dogg and roague and that hee would
bee revenged of him and doe him all the mischeife that possibly
hee could, and that hee would doe him what mischeif hee
could concerning the voyage (meaning and speaking of the voyage in
question) and withall clapped his hands upon his pockett severall
tymes and sayd if hee had the sayd Jones at Sea againe hee would
sho?[ve] him a dutch [?w]ick and that if hee had him the sayd Jones in his the sayd
ffrancks owne Country or any where out of England hee would
cutt his the sayd Jones his throate whatsoever because of it, and
the sayd ffranck alsoe spake words to the same effect to the sayd Jones
before the sayd Jones went to fetch the constable, And all those
passages and words were soe had and done in the moneth of September
last in the howse of the sayd Mr Reade in presence and hearing of this
deponent and the sayd Mr Bright and the sayd Read And saith that the
sayd Jones returneing with a Constable the sayd ffranck
being fearefull to be carried by the Constable before some Justice
of peace to answere such his misdemeanour, was somewhat more
wuiet and orderly in his language and behaviour, and did then give an
acquittance for the wages hee had receaved which before hee refused
to doe, yet at his goeing away sayd in presence of this deponent and others who came with the constable thus or the like in effect
well I have not done with Jones yet (meaning the arlate Mr Jones)
for I will be revenged of him And further to this article
hee cannot depose. saving hee saith the sayd ffrancke afterwards
told this deponent upon the old Exchange London that hee would bee
revenged on the sayd Jones./

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith it concerneth him not to answere thereto
having not deposed touching the matters Interrogate./.

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith hee cometh to testifie the truth of his knowledge at
the request of the sayd Jones and is noe way related to the Interrogate Jones
Read or any of the Owners of the shipp Interrogated saving hee saith