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To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of this Court

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true./:

The marke of the PH said.
Phillip. Harvey:/ [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The 17th day of March 1658:/

Examined on the Said Allegation:/:

Rp. 4us

John Lipsc?ome of Poplar, Mariner aged 2[X GUTTER]
yeeres or thereabouts Sworne and Examined:/.

1 To the first hee saith that the arlate John Hill, and other merchants
of this City of London, were for all the time arlate Commonly
accounted the Lawfull owners and Proprietors of the said Ship
the Oporto Merchant and of her tackle Apparrell, and furniture
And further hee saith hee Cannot depose/.

To the second hee saith that the said Ship the Oporto Merchant in
her Course from Barbadoes bound for this Port of London
(being Loaden Cheifely with Sugers. for account of severall
Merchants of this City) did on the twentieth
day of January last neere the Islands fflowers, and Calves
meete with a great, and Violent Storme; which Continued
Very Violent for about sixteene houres, the Winde being
at West or neere that pointe, and the said Ship running
before the sea under a foresaile her stemme gave way
and thereupon the Company of the said Ship were for[?ced GUTTER]
to hand their foresaile and lye under a mizen., And
the Sea being High by the Violence of the said Sea
broake the said Ships Tiller which endangered her rudder
and Sterne Post, and saith that at the helme Port the
said Ship receaved much Water into her hould; and
the said violent Storme Still Continuing. it blewe away
the said Ships Mizen Saile from the yard, and the said Storme
(by the reason of the losse of the Miszen saile (forced the Ship to
lye broad off to the sea, and by that meanes Shipped
a mighty Sea: which washed the Ship: boate and skiffe
(which were well lashed and made fast on the said Shipp
to Leewards and washed her sheate Anchor overboard
and upon the goeing over board of
the said Anchor it bilged a hole in the side of the said ship
before her Company could Possibly Cut it off, through
which shee receaved into her hold by reason of the Losse
of her Tiller and at the said hole made by the said
Anchor, and at other Cracks and Places occasioned by the said [?storme GUTTER]
And saith that the said ship, Lading, and Mariners
on board her were in greate Danger of sinking and