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To the 10th article of the said Libell this deponent referreth himselfe
to the law. and otherwise cannot depose. Saving hee beleeveth that
James Wareinge is án Englishman./

To the 11th hee saith that all and singular the premisses by him deposed
were and are true. And further cannot depose./




To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory hee answereth ánd saith that hee this deponent
hath knowne the Interrogate James Waren these 7. yeares. who is accounted
á very able Pilot to take charge and carry á shipp out of the Thames
into the downes, and doth frequently take charge and care of shipps
between London and the downes. And further cannot answere./

To the second Interrogatory hee answereth and saith that the shipp Exchange was
safely brought by the arlate Waren first to gravesend and there shee was
cleared uppon a' Satturdy (sic), and from thense safely to the hope:
But concerneinge any words between the Master and the said warren mentioned in
this Interrogatory hee knoweth not. And further cannot answere./

To the third Interrogatory hee answereth ánd saith that on the day Interrogate there
was verry good weather to Pilot the said shipp, and there was then on board
the said shipp above twenty men of the shipps company as this deponent
remembreth, And hee further saith that hee heard the said Mr Wilkinson
say that Waren endeavored to make á mutiny in the shipp. And further
to this Interrogatory or any parte thereof hee cannot depose./

To the fourth Interrogatory hee saith and deposeth that the Master did aske Warren
whether hee would breed a mutiny in the shipp or noe. And saith the shipp
interrogate was well and sufficiently mannd (sic) for the voyage in question, And
saith that (the next morninge as is interrogate) the shipp Exchange by the order
and direction of the arlate warren did sett saile to goe over the flatts, and
saith in the goeinge over it was á full gale of wind but noe Storme, the wind
being att North west, And saith there was att the same tyme 2 or 3 other
shipps that went over the Narrow in safely, and hee saith
that the said warren steered away East and by South and East South East but did not
Edge in as is interrogate But rather stood off. And further saith
That the said warren did not edge in as is interrogate, neither did hee put the
helme á port is arlate interrogate although this Examinate being Masters mate did
perswade him thereto; And hee saith the said wilkinson did not as is
interrogate put the helme on Starboard; And saith hee knoweth not
how deep the water was when the Exchange stucke on the same and lost
her Rudder as is interrogate. And further to this article hee cannot answer./

To the fifth Interrogatory hee answereth and saith that after such hee the said shipps
strikeinge and goeinge of from the place where shee lost her Rudder