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for Rocks, and Shelves; and saith that the said Grove
after hee had Given the said order to this deponent did
the same day goe on shore about some busines, in a Country
boate, (because hee would not hinder the said Ship
in taking his owne boate,) and about one or two
of the Clock in the next morning did come onboard
the said Ship Peace, and the Morning beginning to be light
the said Grove ordered his Anchor to be weighed
Imediately, and soe sailed from thence, And saith
that the said Grove did not doe any prejudice
to the said Voyage by any stay of his either at ffalmouth
or Pendennis Castle or places Adjacent, and further
cannot depose:/:

To the 3th hee saith that from Pendennis Castle the said
Grove sailed the said Ship to the River of Nants
where shee tooke in the Lading of Salt and saith
the said Grove did not refuse to receive or take on
board the said Ship, any salt that was sent to the
said Ship, untill such time as the said Ship was fully
laden, and soe full that shee could not with safety
beare more, because shee drew about thirteene
ffoote water at her Sterne, and about Eleaven foot
and halfe at her head, And saith shee was laden
about three Inches above her Lading marke.
which is not usually done, neither ought shee to be laden
above her Loading marke. And further saith that
before the said Grove did turne back any boates
Lading of salt, hee the said Grove did send a Noate
by One of his Company to the said Luke Wood, /who
was on shore,) that hee could not take in noe more
Salt, because the said Ship was fully Laden already
or to that effect, And saith that Besides the
said salt which was Laden onboard the said Ship, the
said Luke Wood had severall goods on board
the said Ship, namely. about thirty Quoyles of Rope
two Great Trunks, severall Quarter Caskes with [XXX GUTTER]
and Oyle, and barrells of Pitch and Tarre, and some
other Things which were for the said Woods owne Private Trade
and account, which said Goods did as hee beleeveth hinder
the Lading of Tenne Tonne of Salt, on board the said
Ship, for had not they bin on board her, she would
well have Carried and borne tenne Tonns more
And saith that the said Ship being soe fully Laden as
aforesaid. was the only Cause that the said Grove did
refuse to take more Salt on board the said Ship, And
if the said Grove had taken more Salt on board it [would GUTTER]