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he this deponent assisted to unlade the same, after the sayd shipp was bilged
in manner hereafter declared. And otherwise hee cannot depose saving
that he knoweth not how many bedds were laden aboard the sayd shipp.
To the third article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that there were severall
Chests Canisters and boxes laden aboard the sayd shipp with goods in them
to be as he hath heard transported to Scotland, but who did lade the same
of for whose Accompt they were laden This deponent knoweth not. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the fourth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that upon a thursday in
the afternoone in the moneth of September last past the tyme he otherwise
remembreth not This deponent saw the sayd shipp Abraham haveing the sayd
beds and goods aboard her bilged in the River of Thames within the flowing
and ebbing of the Sea. and saith she was so bilged by an anchor where to
(so farr as this deponent could see or find being assistant to one James Lastly
in the discovery of the hurt done) there was not any buoy fastned; and
saith that the sayd shipp by being so bilged did sinke in the water whereby
the bedds and goods aforesayd receyved much dammage and hurt. And
otherwise he cannot depose.
To the fifth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith and deposeth that the sayd
shipp and some of her lading lay under water in the sayd River for the Space of
three or four dayes before the same could be weighed upp againe, and
saith that the sayd bedds receyved much dammage but whether to a noble
a peice or more or lesse he saith he knoweth not, howbeit he saith he
would not have a bed or bedding of his owne so dammaged for 6 s. 8 d.
and otherwise he cannot depose.
To the sixthe article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd shipp by
being so bilged and sunke suffered great hurt and dammage in her hull
hawsers Ropes Rigging and otherwise, and severalll summes of moneyes
were necessarily spent in weighing and unlading her and providing
Roome to dry the bedding aforesayd and other incident expenses, but how
much the totall of such expenses did, or doe amount unto in the whole, or
for, or in any of the foresayd particulars, he this deponent cannot sett
forth. And otherwise he cannot depose
To the seventh article of the sayd allegation, This deponent saith that of his certayne
sight and knowledge there was much dammage done in sugars laden aboard
the sayd shipp. and as he beleeveth in other goods, but to what value
in all or any the sayd sugars or other goods he knoweth not. And
otherwise cannot depose.
To the eighth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the dammage
aforesayd in the sayd shipp and lading happened and was aooacsioned by
the bilging of the sayd shipp in manner as aforesayd. And otherwise
To the nynth article of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the Anchor
upon which the sayd shipp the Abraham was bilged was an anchor of the sayd
shipp the Supply whereof Mr Oakes arlate was and is master,a nd did
belong to the sayd shipp. The premisses This deponent knoweth for that
he was assisting to the sayd James Lashly his precontest in the discovery of
the foresayd dammage and finding the anchor that did the hurt found allso
the Cable whereto it was fastned and by following the sayd Cable found
that the same was fastned to the Bough of the sayd shipp the Supply
and otherwise he cannot depose