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had sailed away, and this hee saith happened off humber about three or
foure leagues off shore./
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
Joseph Baddison [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The fourteenth of Aprill 1656.
On the behalfe of Richard Jennings}
and others touching a losse in the}
Recovery (ffrancis hollis Master}
Joseph Baddison of Wapping Mariner, aged 30 yeares or
thereabouts sworne before the right Worshipfull. John
Godolphin doctor of lawes one of the Judges of the
High Court of the Admiraltie, and examined
upon certaine Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe of the
said Richard Jennings saith as followeth./
To the first and second Interrogatories (upon which alone hee is by direction
of the producent exámined) hee saith and deposeth that hee well knew
the shipp the Recovery interrogated (whereof the interrogate ffrancis hollis
was master) at the time of her last voyage bound for Newcastle
for Coales, and saith that in the said voyage out ward bound shee came
into the company of this deponents shipp (the Humphrey of London)
and other shipps alsoe bound for Newcastle, off harwich on the fourteenth
of ffebruary last and steered along with them, they all
purposing to saile in company for New castle; but soe it pleased
God, that the next day about three or foure of the clock in the afternoone
shee sprung a greate leake, soe that the water came in a [?maine], whereupon
the said hollis calling out to this deponent, and acquainting him with
his conditions and how that his men were readie to quit her by reason
of her danger of sincking, this deponent called out to the said hollis
his men (who were hoysing out their boate to leave her) to keepe
aboard and this deponent would send them help, that soe if it might
be the said shipp Recovery might be saved, and áccordingly, this deponents
Carpenter and severall of his company went aboard her, and with the
Recoveries company laboured and used all diligence for stopping the leak
and to save her, but the water increased soe fast in her notwithstanding
all their endeavour, that after about an houre that this deponents company
had bin aboard her, both they and the said hollis and company of the Recovery
were for preservation of their lives constrained to abandon her
and flie aboard this deponents said shipp (which staid by them) and
soe the said shipp Recovery sunck and was utterly lost, and her master
and company were carried in this deponents said shipp for Newcastle.
Repeated ut Supra
Joseph Baddison [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]