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case the said ship had bin ballasted and fastned to the said Rings att
head and sterne as she ought to have bin the samage in question as hee
in his conscience is perswaded had never happened but without doubt
had bin prevented
Et alr nescit deponere.
Ad 16 et 17um deponit et dicit that by reason of the said shipps falling
upon the said Barge all the said fowerscore and 12 quarters of barly abord
her were suncke and cast into the Water And albeit that all
endeavours possible were used by the said Thomas George for the
recovery and preservation of some of out of the water yet
hee [?XXX] there was bot above 14. or 16. quarters that could be soe
saved the rest thereof being 76 quarters became and was utterly
lost and cast away All which hee knoweth to bee true hee this
deponent being there present and seeing the said Thomas George
hire abd procure severall men to worke and abour for the preservation
of the said Barly and hee this deponent himselfe being one that did soe
endeavour the saveing and preservation of the said Barly Et alr
Ad 18um 19um et 10um deponit et dicit that by reason of the premisses the said
greater barge was thereby very much torne bruised and broken
in soemuch that the damage then done unto the same hath and will
cost the somme of xx li sterling to make it as good as it was ymediatly
before the said damage was done. Et ulterius deponit that to repaire
the said Barge as aforesaid it did take up 3 weekes tyme or thereabouts
dureing all which tyme the said Thomas George did loose the benefitt thereof
which did weekly amount unto the sim of 3 li And soe much hee
saith the same hath to his knowledge weekly earned, which hee soe
knoweth to bee true hee this deponent being and that continually working
abord her. Et ulterius deponit that besides the said damage predepo=
sed the said Thomas George did by reason of the sinking of the sais barge
loose all he tackle ffurniture and Mast belonging to the same together
with 4 sacks a Coat or Jerkin 2 hatts and two wastcoats and a hathcet
with other things which were the said Thomas Georges and his this
deponents, All which hee saith were well worth the somme of
5 li sterling att the least. reddens raconem [?XX] proprijs visu et
scientia. Et nescit deponere.
Ad 21. deponit that the 76. quarters of Barly arlate
was at the tyme arlate well worth the somme of 152 li sterling
according as the Marketts for such grain then went. And saith that
every quarter of the said 16. quarters or thereabouts which was saved was
soe much damnified as that the same was worth very little or nothing
but was worse by at least 25. s 8. d by reason of the premisses. Et
alr nescit deponere
Sup reliquis non Examinatus ex [?XXXXX] [?producen]
Idem ad Interria.
Ad primum rendet that hee is servant to Thomas George one of the producents
in this cause but saith that hee shall neither way proffitt or susteyne loss
whichever of the parties prevaile in this suit. Et alr nescit et negative [?rendent]
Ad 2um rendet that hee was one of the bargemen at the tyme interrogated and was there [?in ?XXX]
and in great danger of looseing of his life by reason of the said ships fall there upom
And saith that the Corne interrogated was unladen by Porters who as hee beeleiveth were
hired by the interrogated [?Parnes] for that purpose. Et alr nescit rendere.
Ad 3um nescit et [?XXX] rendet pro parte sua.
Ad 4um rendet that the Corne interrogated was after the tyme interrogated allmost two dayes [?XXX]
in the said Barge the said ship lyeing thereupon Et alr referenda su ad predepoita
pay what men hee could procure to gett as much of the said
Corne saved as hee could.
signum R Robert [?XXX] [MARKE, RH SIDE]