HCA 13/72 f.101v Annotate
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till the next day at noone or thereabouts, and the said vessell and
company were thereby put in greate perill of perishing in the sea
and being forced all the said night to let the said b[?arke] drive, and
not being able to beare saile therewith the violence of the said
storme; By meanes of which storme they say the sea was soe
troubled, and wrought soe high that the said vessell shipped
and received much water, notwithstanding all the care and
industrie of theise deponents and company to keepe the same out and
to prevent dammage to their ladeing; howbeit they doubt as
they say that through a such unavoydable shipping of greate quantitie of water
the lading aboard may have received dammage, which whether it
hath or not they doe not [?certantly] know, not having as yet
broke bulke, but make this attestation and deposition for the
satisfying of their merchants and make knowne unto them
how the dammage, (if any be) happened, And saying further
that if any such dammage hath happened, it is not by the
default or neglect of them or any of them or any of their
fellowes, but merely by the fortune and casualtie of the sea
and storme aforesaid.
The marke of [MARKE] Jacques Ennet [MARKE, RH SIDE]
The marke of [MARKE] ffrancis du Pont [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Jean mirouel [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
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