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 In the mean time, Henry Greene and another went to the carpenter, and held him with a talk till the master1 came out of his cabin, which he soon did; then came John Thomas and Bennet—before him, while Wilson bound his arms behind him. He asked them what they meant. They told him he should know when he was in the shallop. Now Juet, while this was a-doing, came to John King into the hold, who was provided for him; for he had got a sword of his own, and kept him at a bay, and might have killed him; but others came to help him: and so he came up to the master. The master called to the carpenter, and told him that he was bound; but I heard no answer he made. Now Arnold Lodlo and Michael Bute railed at them, and told them their knavery would show itself. Then was the shallop hauled up to the ship-side; and the poor, sick, and lame men were called upon to get them out of their cabins into the shallop. The master called to me, who came out of my cabin as well as I could, to the hatchway, to speak with him, where, on my knees, I besought them, for the love of God, to remember themselves, and to do as they would be done unto. They bade me keep myself well, and get me into my cabin, not suffering the master to speak with me. But when I came into my cabin again, he called to me at the horn2 which gave light into my cabin, and told me that Juet would overthrow us all. ‘Nay,’ said I, ‘it is that villain Henry Greene;’ and I spake it not softly. Now was the carpenter at liberty, who asked them if they would be hanged when they came home. And as
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