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his said ship for this port of London and
beleivinge his said ship would have bin fitt
and able to have performed the same) did signe
bills of Ladinge for the receiving and delivery of
the same accordingly (the schedule mentioned
being one of the said bills of Ladinge) but
then presently after the said ship did sett saile
in the said Road of Smirna with a full intention
to have come for London with all the said goods
in her, but shee proved soe top heavy that there
was noe adventuringe to sea in the same, in
the case shee was, without imminent danger of
the losse of ship and goods and the mens lives and
the Offecers and marriners of the said ship the
Stamboleene, and some merchants who were
to come passengers in the said ship the said
voiage did expressly refuse to adventure their
lives in the said vessell unles some of the
goods were taken out, and the provisions stowed
lower and some kentlage or ballast putt into
her to stiffen the said ship, and enable her to
beare saile, And thereupon (necessity inforcing)
the said ffowerteene bales of grograms consigned
to teh said Robert Abdey and the said seventeene
bales consigned to the said dawes (beinge the last
goods that Came on board) were by the expresse
Consent (as he beleiveth) of the sayd Penwarren
and Alvoy (who laded the said goods and