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replyed that they were in shole water, and put their helme a
Starboard, and runne into Mr Hall. his ship the Agreement which
was to Leeward of the Abigail, and this deponent asking him
whether they could not take more roome with the Abigaile, either to Leeward or
to Windward, he the said Yonge said that it was in the night, or to
effect, and this deponent saying; Then Mr hall was in Noe falt,
The said Yonge made answer, Noe; He cannot blame Mr hall for any
thing, but onely because hee went away, and would not
lye by, after the Abigail had runne in the Agreement
or to that very effect, And further cannot depose;/.
To the Interrogatories;/. CENTRE HEADING
To the 1st hee saith that Mr Hall required him to come and Testifye in
his cause; And sath that the foresaid words: were spoken by this deponent
and the said Yonge in the presence of one John WaterXXXXX: Thomas Rowe
who wer two of the Company of the Ship [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] whereof one
William Woollard was Master, to which Ship this deponent then allsoe belonged
and was goeing aboard with them when hee soe met the said Yonge
and to the rest hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and further
To the second hee saith hee is a Carpenter, and hath in that quality
gone to sea in Ships for the most part of Tenn yeares last, and
saith hee is worth about 100:?lw. and otherwise negatively./.
To the 3d hee saith hee knoweth nothing thereof./:
Repeated before the two Judges in Court.
The marke [UPSIDE DOWN ANCHOR] of the said MARKE, RH SIDE
The 18th of ffebruary 1658./.
James Nuthall against the Gilly flower alias the Hope)
henry Potts Master and against the said Potts)
Examined upon an Allegation given
in on the behalfe of the said
William Wyat of Limehouse in the parish
of Stepney Vintner, aged 31 yeeres or thereabout
Sworne; and Examined:/:
To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith hee well knowe
the arlate henry Potts, and knoweth that hee the said
Potts about two yeeres or two yeeres and a halfe since was Master
of a Certaine Vessell which hee supposeth was Called the Hopewell
(And otherwise Cannot depose./.
To the 7th articles and the schedule annexed being a bond now shewed unto him hee saith and deposeth that this deponent was
present at this deponents house, at the signe of the Ship neere Duke Streete
and did there see the said Henry Potts, together with the arlate
John Carter, Signe Seale, and for their act and deed deliver, the
said Bond or schedule, which being soe done this deponent sett his
hand thereunder as a Witnes, of the said Signeing Sealing
and delivering as now appeareth, and having seene his name
at the bottome of the said Schedule or bond. hee saith the same is of his hand
writing, And further. cannot depose ./.
William Wiatt [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]