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a great pynn or peece of wood which stayd her wheeles
from workinge was plucktt out, and then those wheeles went to worke
and there were some basketts and a hogshead fastened to her which drove downe
with the tyde, and directed her to come through the right locke of the sayd bridge
videlicet the second locke from the Beare taverne at Bridge foote, and when she
was gonne downe through Bridge lower then the place appointed, then by
an Engine or Jacke, a hatchett which was in the sayd engine by a devise chopte the
rope in peeces whereunto the basketts and hogsheads aforesayd were fastened
and then they were loose and drove away with the tyde and imediately theruppon a trapp dore
in the bottome of the sayd boate opemed ad lett fall and discharged out of her
into the Thames one parte of the gravell in her