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did forthwoth fasten the roape belonging to the Crane of the said Key to that
side of the said shipp which was next thereto, with an Intent as
hee then said to sett the said ship upright againe with the said Crane. Et
alr nescit deponere./.
Ad 9 10 et 11um deponit et dicit that after such tyme as the said Hoskins
had fastned the roape of the said Crane to the said ships side hee this deponent
did see and heare the said Hoskins att such tyme as hee comanded some of his Company
to worke in the said Crane and under his pretence of setting the said ship
upright againe hee did as this deponent saith through his owne willfullnes
or Ignorance oversett the said ship upon the said greater Barge which
laye with the said Barly in her by her side. and did thereby sinke and [?XXXXX]
the same under water and did soe sitt upon her by the space of about
two dayes to the great damage thereof and the spoyleing of her ladeing
of barly abord the same Et ulteums deponit that after the next predeposed
premisses the said Hoskins still persueing his endeabours of keepeing his said ship
the William upright and without any regard, had to the said Barge (which then was
sunck under water) hee did cause a vessell called a hulke as is arlate with
certaine great and heavie peeces of Timber all which hee caused to bee brought
over and upon the said Barge thereby to preserve the said shippe the
William from hurt and damage. reddens rationem scientia [?XX] hee this
deponent together with his contests Greffin [?RaXXs] and George Gilbert seeing all the said premisses soe had and done as is predeposed
Et alr nescit deponere saveing that the foresaid Thomas George was
at the tyme arlate Owner and lawfull proprietor of the said Barges and
for such then was and still is comonly accompted reputed and taken./