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Ad 5um arlum deponit That on or about the day arlate the said Shipp in her
passage from the said Port of Pharoe towards London was surprised with a
violent and furious tempest in the night tyme the said Shipp being then
about fifteene Leagues from Land through the force and fury of which storme
this deponent sayeth That the said Shipp did lose the use of her Rudder
by reason whereof the Master the producent and Company for theire owne and the
said Shipps and goods preservation then aboard her were necessitated to take downe her
mayne topp maste and therewith to supply the defect which was in her steeringe
Et alr nescit

Ad 6um arlum deponit That for the better proceeding on in the said Shipps voyage
the Master and Company afforesaid about the second of ffebruary arlate putt into
Cape PPortugall in Galicia but findeing an ill Harbour
for their better securitie and preservation of the said Shipp and goods were
constreyned to hyre boates from the Shoare to gett a new Rudder made and
fitted for the Shipp Et alr nescit

Ad 7um arlum nesxcit

Ad 8um arlim dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That hee this deponent by the order
and appoyntment of the producent Albertson did deliver twenty eight barrells
of ffiggs which were demanded of the said producent for a newe duty or adventure
to the Kinge of Spayne as this deponent was informed without the payment
whereof the [?XXXXX] and officers would neither suffer the Master the producent
to be [?enlarge] and sett att Libertie neither the rudder which was procured to be
putt on whereby the said Shipp might perfrome her intended voyage to this
Port of London Et alr nescit

Ad 9um arlum dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That about the say arlate
being the tenth of ffebruary last past the said Shipp the Love departed from
the said Cape Portugall [?being] bound for London. and about the 17th day of the
said month of ffebruary came to an Anchor in dover Roade in the night tyme as
is arlate where there hapned soe greate a Storme that the said Shipp drove
towards the Shoare Albeit shee had twoe Anchors out And sayeth
that the Tempest encreased and grew soe violent That for the preservation
of the said Shipp and her ladeinge the Master was fayne and necessitated to
cutt one of the said Cables and the other Cable by stresse of weather was
broken the premisses hee deposeth being Master his Mate all the whole voyage
predeposed Et alr nescit

Ad 10um arlum deponit et sicit That for the better securitie and preservation
of the Shipp and Ladeing arlate the producent the Master was necessitated to
hyre a Pilott from dover Whoe under 10 li would not bring upp the said
Shipp to London Et alr nescit

Ad 11um arlum dicte allgeationis deponit et dicit That the twoe Anchors and
three Cables which were cutt and lost as is predeposed
were really worth in his Judgement the [?XXXX] Sumes of mony in the
article expressed well knoweing the weight of the said Anchors and Cables and like