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hstanding, they are as deep or deeper engaged than any other. We have sent six shipwrights, of whom Robert Moulton is chief. These men's entertainment is very chargeable to us; and by agreement it is to be borne two-thirds at the charge of the general company, and the other one-third is to be borne by Mr. Cradock, our Governor, and his associates interested in a private stock. We hope you will be careful to see them so employed as may countervail the charge, desiring you to agree with Mr. Sharp that their labor may be employed two-thirds for the general company, and one-third for Mr. Cradock and his associates; praying you to accommodate said Mr, Cradock's people in all fitting manner, as he doth well deserve. Our Governor, Mr. Cradock, hath entertained (paid the expenses of) two gardeners, one of which he is content the company shall have use of, if need be. In a second letter, from the same source, directed to the same persons, under date of May 28, 1629, we find the fo