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brimstone with much trouble and Cost and great losse it being
full of dirt and mudd was likewise taken out and preserved. Of
all and singular the premisses he saith he was an eyewitnes
and knoweth the same to be true being Captaine of the sayd shipp
as aforesayd. And he lastly saith that the sayd shipp and goods in
the same hereafter mentioned were damnifyed by the sayd storme
and tempest and hurt which the Angelo Custode thereby suffered. And
he knoweth the severall summes hereafter specifyed for preserving
the said shipp and goods were expended in and for their such preservation. And
beleiveth in his conscience that the goods so damnifyed were and
are damnifyed to the severall values following. A particular
of all ehich dammages is as ensueth, videlicet the losse of the boult sprit
yards syales and other tackle lost in the duines as aforesayd maketh
forty pounds sterling. for one hundred and five fathom of a great new Cable lost in
the sayd place cost att Venice sixty pounds sterling for a great
Anchor lost in the same place eighteene pounds sterling. ffor charges
in recovereing the other three Cables and anchors twenty pounds
sterling. ffor sending a Pilot and other men from dover who helped
to halle the sayd shipp into the Port of dover, and preserved her
by that meanes from shipwarck whereof she was in most evident
danger as aforesayd, thirty pounds, for the losse of severall utensills
belonging to the sayd shipp which att the falling of the water were
carryed away with it or were lost in the mudd twenty five pounds
sterling ffor dammage in eighty baggs of Rice spoyled
with the water which weighed 250 hundred weight att ten shillings
per hundred weight dammage one with another one hundred twenty five pounds, ffor
dammage in fifty baggs of Anniseeds spoyled with the water weighing
eighty five hundred att eught pounds dammage per hundred one
with another seventy six pounds ten shillings, for one butt of
Almons all spoyled weighing six hundred weight att three pounds
per hundred, eighteene pounds sterling: ffor daammage in one hundred
baggs of Currants weighing three hundred and eighty hundred
weight which might have bene sold att forty eight shillings and by
reason of the sayd dammage could be sold att thirty six shillings
per hundred, two hundred twenty eight pounds sterling, ffor dammage
in nineteene Chests of brimstone refined being wetted, for which
cause there was abated to the Buyers, twenty pounds sterling, ffor dammage
of Brimstone that lay loose in the sayd shipp for which abatement
was made to the buyer, and for losse of that which could not be
recovered from the mudd and filth, sixty pounds sterling, ffor the
Charges of severall Lighters to save the tackle sayles and other