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it was broken with any stroke or falling foule against any other shipp

but because it was cotton, which this deponent knoweth being one
of the Company of the said shipp and seeing and knoweing the
premisses to bee true and otherwise cannot depose.

To the 4th hee saith hee never sayd or heard any of the company
of the shipp dove say that the pretended dammage was done by the
shiipp dove, and in case any should have said soe it had bin
false, and otherwise hee cannit depose/

To the Interrogatoryes. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first interrogatory hee saith that hee was one of the shipp
the dove in her voyage to Newcastle from London in August last
all the said voyage. But what day hee ariived att Newcastle hee
cannot iustly answer. And saith that the company of the dove
did consist of about 10 men and 2 boyes, and further to this interrogatory
hee cannot answer./

To the second interrogaory hee answereth and saith that when the shipp
dove came to Newcastle shee was searched by her owne cCarpenter
and two others that were hired, where her leakes were, and they found
a peace of the head rotten which they cut out and put in a new
peece, and this was the first notice this deponent had of it, and
further to this Interrogatory hee cannot answer/

To the third hee saith hee hath not soe deposed as is interrogate

To the fourth hee saith that hee cannot directly tell or sett
downe the day when the shipp Dove went out of winterton the voyage interrogate, But
saith there were three shipps more in her company, and they all
went out thence about noone, and the next day in the morning they
were upp with fflamborough head, and further cannot answer/

To the fifth hee answereth negatively./

To the sixth hee answereth and saith that hee is payd all his
wages, and further to this interrogatory hee answereth negatively.

Repeated before doctor Clarke
and doctor Godolphin

Thomas Martin [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


the same day Examined upon the said allegation


Thomas Martyn the younger of Redriffe in the County of Middlesex
maryner: aged 16 yeares or thereabouts a witnesse
sworne and Examined saith as followeth, videlicet