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and desyred him therefore that it might be then delivered to them
whereat the sayd Grove growing more enraged called the sayd
Woods Pedler and old roague and Churle and other reproachfull names and
says if hee the sayd Woods were not an old man hee the sayd Grove
would drubb him and further speaking to the sayd Wood sayd You old
roague you were in the hould the other day but if ever I see you in
the hould againe I will hoist or trice you up with a tackle And
the sayd Woods still desyreing the sayd Grove that the sayd boates
might be laden with salt the sayd Grove answered that his shipp
wanted stiffening or ballast and therefore it should not bee delivered
whereto the sayd Woods replyed and sayd Why had not you then sent
for stones before, and the sayd Grove thereto answered and sayd
What if I had forgott it must I be tyed to a day, whereupon
the sayd Woods speaking to the sayd Grove sayd what will you doe
then when you have more stones on board whereto the sayd Grove
answered and sayd then hee would carry them on shoare againe
all which words or others to the like effect passed upon the open
deck of the Peace in presence of this deponent and severall others
of the sayd shipps company: And hee this deponent heard severa;;
of the Inhabitants of Newfounnd land who (as they sayd) heard the
sayd Words as they stood on shoare, say that they wondered what
was the matter, and marvailed much to hear such
words passe and be used by a Master of a shipp to his Supra=
cargo or Merchant And further to those articles hee cannot depose/

To the 14th article hee saith that the sayd Woods being discontented
with the forementioned words and behaviour of the sayd Thomas
Grove went on shoare and left the arlate William Tizard
one of the Mates of the said shippp (who came aboard with the sayd Woods)
aboard the sayd shipp with the sayd Grove the Master And saith that after the sayd
Luke Woods was gone a shoare the sayd Grove speakeing in an angry
manner to the sayd Tizard sayd, there is a knott of yow (meaning
as this deponent beleeveth the officers of the sayd ship) and I doubt yow (speaking
to the sayd Tizard) are one of them, but I will breake it, whereto the
sayd Tizard answered and sayd that hee did nothing but what hee
ought to doe by his place of Mate, And hee saith not longe after
the sayd Tizard went on shoare And further hee cannot depose knowing
not what further conference passed betwixt the sayd Grove and
Tizard touching the sayd Groves difference with the sayd Woods nor
knowing whether the sayd Grove writt and sent any Noate by the sayd
Tizard to the effect arlate./

To the 15th article hee saith that the same day and not longe after the
sayd Tizard was soe gone on shoare the boates which were soe
formerly turned away without their ladeing of salt returned againe
for the same, and when they came to the side of the ship Peace and