Now, as wee were beholding to Waymouth for his money,
so were wee to one Captaine Taylor,
for making of our contracts with Waymouth,
by whose meanes hee tooke a Bill for our Cable and Anchor,
and for the mens Wages, who would not goe with us,
unlesse Waymouth wold passe his word for the same :
for they made shew,
that they were not willing to goe with us for any wages.
Whereupon Captaine Taylor swore he would presse them,
and then, if they would not goe,
hee would hang them.