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Consideration, and by, and with the advise and Consent of the said
Charles Tye, sayle with the said ship and lading to the
Madera's, and there safely arrived, and after such their arrivall
the said Ketcher the[?re] Applyed himselfe to one Mr Pickford and
one Mr Waad Merchants there resiing. to have their advice and direction touching
the sale and disposing of the goods and merchandizes aboard
the said ship for the ffreighters greatest Profitt, and most advantage
and about halfe the said ships lading, by their directions was left
there with them to be sold, and after shee had unladen the
sam, shee was by their Directions sailed for Santa Cruze on the
Coast of Barbara, where she safely arrived, and there
shee sold and Trucked away the rest of the said lading on
board the said ship for wax, and skinns, and other Comodityes
of that Country and having receaved all the same on board
shee sailed, for the Maderas againe, (being soe ordered
by the said Pickford, and Waad,) and there tooke in the
Proceed of the said goods, which shee left there before her
goeing to the Coast of Barbary, and with the same, and
the said goods that shee took in att the Coast of Barbera
she set saile for this Port, and here safely arrived and
delivered the said Proceed of the said Goods. to the ffreighters
of the said ship or their order to their propper use, The Premisses
hee deposeth goeing all the voyage as aforesaid, and helping
to lade and unlade the foresaid goods at the foresaid places,
and further hee cannot depose./.

To the 21th hee saith that in the whole Prosecution of the said
voyage, both at the Canaryes and Maderas, and in all other
Places the said ship was at the voyage in question the said
ketcher did doe his utmost endeavour and dilligence both in the
management of the said voyage in trying and endeavoring
to get Prattick at the Canaryes, and alsoe in the selling et cetera and
disposeing of the said goods as aforesaid to the best advantage of
the ffreighters of the said ship, and soe much hee saith was
Evedent and did appeare to the said Carole Tye and the
rest of the said ships Company And further hee cannot

To the Interrogatories./. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was a Common man of the said ship
the voyage in question, and saith hee was well acquainted
with the said ketchers Transactions during the whole voyage
and cometh required by mr ketcher to be Produced and Examined
in thos busines, and hath not yet received his wages, and other=
wise negatively./.

To the 2d. hee saith hee hath never seene the Charter party that was
made for the voyage in question and therefore Cannot answer