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beat off from their worke so as they were not able to stand to the purpose
And saith that in Case any dammage be happened to any of the
goods on board the sayd shipp (as is very probable there is) in her passage
this voyage from Porto Port aforesayd the same did so happen by reason
of the foresayd stormy and tempestuous weather and by reason of
the shipps beating upon the ground att Porto Port as aforesayd
and not by default or insufficency of the sayd shipp or neglect
or fault of the Master or Mariners, all which this deponent
knoweth being aboard all the sayd voyage and an eyewitnes of the
premisses. And otherwise he cannot depose.

Robart Marriott [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day

Examined upon the sayd allegation


John Baretson of Wapping near London
Mariner Masters mate of the sayd shipp aged
41. yeares sworne and examined saith videlicet.

Whaley dt.

To the 1. 2 and 3. articles of the sayd allegation he saith that the sayd shipp
in October and November last past and for severall monethes before
was a strong tight and [?XXX] shipp fitt for merchants use

lading of goods for Porto Port

John [MARKE] Baretson
his marke


The same day

Examined upon the sayd allegation

Whaley dt


William Badison of Ipswich Mariner Gunner of the
sayd shipp aged 29 yeares sworne and examined
saith upon his Oath