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had threatned but to suffer the sayd boate to be laden with salt and
told him what a great disparagement it would be to him the sayd
Wood in his treade there if the sayd boate or the men aboard her
should be wronged whereupon the sayd Grove in an outragious manner
reviled the sayd Wood and called him old Roague and old Pedler
and old Pimpe and other the like disgracefull names and told him
the sayd Wood that if hee were not an old roague hee would drubb
him And alsoe sayd (speaking to the sayd Woods) you old roague yo:u
were in the hold the other day but if ever I see you in hold againe
I will trice you up with a tackle or hee spake other menaceing speeches
to the same effect all which opprobious language and threates and
other passages were soe done spoken on the open deck in presence
and heareing of this deponent and the Boatswaine and most of the sayd
shipps company And further hee deposeth not./

To the 13th article hee saith that imediately after the sayd Grove
had soe threatned and reviled the sayd Wood, hee the sayd
Woods did in a civill and mylde manner demand of the sayd
Grove why he would not lett him have any salt from on board
and the sayd Grove replyed and sayd that the shipp wanted
stiffneing or ballast whereto the sayd Wood answered and sayd
to the sayd Grove why then did yow not a day agoe send for
more stones whereto the sayd Grove replyed and sayd hee had forgott
it and the sayd Woods then asked the sayd Grove what hee would doe
when he had more stones aboard whereto the sayd Grove replyed
and sayd that then hee would carry them on shoare againe And
these speeches passed betwixt the sayd Grove and Woods publiquely
upon the deck in presence and hearing of this deponent and most of
the shipps Company the sayd Wood speakeing soe loude and with
such rage and fury that people who stood on shoare stood gazeing
and wondering to see and heare such words and behaviour proceede
from a Master of a shipp to his Supracargoe./

To the 14th article hee saith that the ayd Woods being discontented
with the forementioned words and actions of the sayd Grove went on
shoare leaving the arlate William Tizard one of the Mates of the
shipp aboard with the sayd Grove the master, and this deponent
went a shoare with the sayd Woods and therefore knoweth not what
words passed aboard then betwixt the sayd Tizard and Grove, but hath
heard the sayd Grove at severall other tymes (speakeing of the sayd
Tizard and this deponent and most of the Officers of the shipp who were
all hyred by the sayd Woods) in an angrie manner sayd that there was a knott of them
but hee would breake them And hee saith that while this deponent
was soe on shoare with the sayd Woods the sayd Tizard came on
shoare and brought a noate from the sayd Grove and delivered the
same to the sayd Woods which noate the sayd Woods was before this
deponent and the sayd Tizard and divers other persons wherein (as the sayd
Woods read the same) is appeared that the sayd Grove had written that