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that the said James Warringe the Pilot arlate after hee was
on board ánd came to the Boies near the Reculvers the said
Warringe did often curse and sweare very bitterly ánd amongst
other words (which this deponent now remembreth not) hee this deponent
heard him say A plague splitt her. And further cannot

To the fifth article of the said alle Libell hee deposeth and saith that
when the shipp the Exchange Libellate came neare to the Boies near
Reculvers this deponent att or about noone, being upp in the
maine shrowdes did espye the two Boies, and presently called and
cryed out to the Pilott James Wareinge, tellinge him how near
the shipp was to the Boies; But the said Wareing fell into
Rage of curseinge and swearinge, and sayd wounds, there was
any Boyes there, since the world stood, and this deponent
replyed that hee saw them as plaine as the boats att the shoare, but
the said Wareinge continueing swearinge there was none; following
still the contrary course even against all reason and willfully and
obstinately, pursueinge the course hee was in before this deponent saw the
Boyes, Brought the same shipp by his said wilfullnes that shee runn
uppon the Sandes, where shee broke her Rudder, and became
unserviceable for the Voyage Libellate, and was verry much hurt and
damnifyed. All which hee deposeth for the reasons
aforesaid being aboard as aforesaid ánd further to this article cannot depose

To the sixth article of the said libell hee saieth and deposeth, that the
Master Owners and company arlate by reason of the Running of the said shipp
the Exchange uppon the sands as aforesaid, have in the losse of this
voyage in the losse of theise goods and provisions, and in the dammage
done to the shipp and goods. Suffered more than two thousand pounds
dammage in this deponents Judgement. And further hee cannot depose.

To the 7th article hee deposeth and saith that James Wareinge arlate either
by his wilfullnes or carelessnes was the cause of the dammage and losse
arlate; And saith the said Wareinge gave noe helpe of assistance to
any of the goods in the said shipp, neither seemed any whit troubled att
that disaster. But asoone was hee gott on shoar went away without speakeing
to any of the Exchanges company who saw him noe more. And
urther to this article cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith hee cannot depose./

To the 9th hee refereth himselfe to the Acts of this court and
further cannot depose./