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he deposeth for that he the deponent being Masters Mate
of the shipp arlate did by the Masters order require the said
Mutineers to trimme their sayles, and sayle for London,
and that they told this deponent flatly they would not
and gave this deponent evill language as bidding him
goe and be hanged, but he saith he cannot say that
the arlate Cobb or Jennings were in the said mutiny
And further he cannot depose./

To the third article he saith that he the deponent not
knowing any thing of the said Captaine Crofford his
accompt, is not knowing of what dammage he received by
his being forced (as is predeposed) into Bristoll and there
unlading, though he conceiveth both in his conscience and
iudgement that he the said Crofford received three
hundred pounds damage at the least by it, And
further he cannot depose.

To the fourth article he cannot depose.

To the fifth and sixth articles he deposeth and saith that of
his certaine knowledge many of the sayd shipps company
which were the mutinous party, after the shipps arrivall at Aberdee would and did leave the
shipp and their imployment a month together, and goe
and come as they pleasd, as if they had bin all Masters,
and that when by the Masters order this deponent hath ordered
them doe anything, they have disobeyed, and have given him
this deponent very ill language, and threatening words
even that they would have the blood of this deponent, which
were the arlate Allen and Tillett and one Thomas
[X]alker, And further he cannot depose./

To the seventh article he deposeth that of his the deponents
certaine knowledge when she was at or neere Aberdey arlate
she had provisions and victualls on board her sufficient to
have brought her to some good port in the West Countrey,
if not into the Downes for that it was tenn dayes after the says shipps being at
Aberdey that any fresh victualls were taken into her, And
further he cannot depose/

To the eighth he referreth himselfe to his former deposition
And further he cannot depose./

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory he answereth that he the Rendent was
Masters Mate of the shipp interrate the voyage in question, and
that he was in her all the sayd voyage and that at Bristoll
with the consent of the Master he left her and came home to London And
otherwise he cannot answere./

To the second Interrogatory he answereth negatively to all saying
that the shipp would have carryed very well all the
goods shee had aboard her, and that by the heaving over board
of the goods abaft of trhe sayd shipp she wrought the worse