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same was Delivered out of the said Ship, shee
would want stiffening, but desired the said Wood
to stay a little space untill hee Gott stones to stiffen
and ballast the sd ship to keepe her streight and
right, and Imediately the said Grove sent some of his Company
in the Ships Boate to get Stones to the said Ships side, and as
the same were receiving onboard. others of the
said Ships Company at the same time, and in the
afternoone of the said 21th of August. 1656 [CSG: CHECK THIS YEAR, SINCE SHOULD BE 1657]: delivered
out to the said Wood a Boate, or two boates Lading
of salt. And saith that it would have been very dangeros
for the said Grove to have delivered out the said
salt without first receiving stones of other heavy
things on board her, to ballast her, and keepe
her stiffe, for that thereby shee might be over
set, And further saith that the said Wood at other
times sent Boates soe fast that the said Grove and
the marine:rs on board her had not time to fetch
stones to stiffen the said Ship; And saith the said Wood
did as aforesaid Imploy most of the said Ships
Company on shore; soe that the said Grove had not
men sufficient to fetch stones to ballast and stiffen y:e
said Ship, And further that a Ships Lading
of salt is, and may be sooner delivered out of a
shup, then Boates can goe on shore and fetch
stoned, The Premisses hee deposeth being Mate
of the said Ship all the Voyage in question, and taking
notice of the Premisses: And further hee cannot depose

To trhe 6th hee cannot saving as aforesaid./.

To the 7th hee saith that the said Luke Wood (being ashore
did send one Tizard that was one of the Mates of the
said Ship onboard her to the said Grove (who was then
on board the said Ship). to desire him the said Grove
to send all this the said Woods Coyles of Ropes on shore, But the
said Ropes being upon the private account of the said
Wood and the said Grove not knowing the weight
thereof, did forbeare the delivery of them, and the said
Tizard goeing ashore and acquainting the said Wood
therewith. the said Wood came on board the sayd ship and ?gave ?the
said Grove the Invoice of the same and of the weight thereof upon sight whereof
the said Grove did Imediately cause the same to be put on
a Boate or Boates, and sent the same onshore; and did
not hinder the said Wood any way in the disposall thereof
The premisses hee deposeth being on board the said Ship and ?seeing
and taking notice of the Premisses. And further cannot depose./