HCA 13/53 f.8r Annotate
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about the wighinge and recovery of the sayd shipp and goods, and to have their
opinions wheither the demandes of the sayd Captaine Bassett soecifyed in the
sayd Indenture were reasonable or not, for this [?indeabtors] and charges in
that behalfe, whereinto this deponent and others replyed tht in reguard that there
were noe shipps then there but such as were merchant men which were
bound to depart from thence with the first fayre winde and in reguard
she [?XXXX] suncke in such a place where she could not be recovered without
hazard of other shipps, and without the speedye helpe of many men