HCA 13/72 f.118v Annotate
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carry the sayd shipp to Bristoll, to the hreat discontent
of him, the said Croford, And further he cannot
To the rest of the articles he is not examined
by direction of the producents.
To the third interrogatory he answereth that he did heare the shipps
Carpenter say in a storme that happened in her passage
before she came to Aberday, that the iron chaine pumpe
interrate was fitted, though there was noe use made of it,
for in the said storme they made use of the two hand pumps
And further he ćannot answeare./
To the fourth interrogatory he answereth that the storme interrate was
very great and terrible, and that the Long boate of the
sayd shipp was broken to peices, And otherwise he knoweth not
To the ffifth interrogatory he answereth that by reason of the sayd
storme the shipp was leaky, and two hand pumps were kept
going to preserve the said shipp, and that in the sayd
storme all the shipps company did faithfully discharge their
dutyes in doing their utmost for the shipps preservation And
further he cannot answere./
To the sixth Interrogatory he answereth that when the sayd shipp
came first in to Aberdee, the weather being then very foggy
the Master and Company were ignorant where they were
but he saith the next morning the Master did know where he
was, namely, neere Aberdee in Wales And otherwise he
knoweth not to answeare./
To the seaventh he answereth that he knoweth nothing thereof
To the eighth he answereth that there were shott off many
peeces of Ordnance to the end of having some body come
aboard the sayd shipp as she lay nigh Abderdee, and that
át last one William Spencer did come aboard her, who was
hyred by the interrate Croford to carry her to Penarth interrate
but he saith it was after such time as the sayd shipps mariners
had obstinately refused the said Croford to carry the sayd
shipp to London, And further he knoweth not to answere.
To the ninth he answereth that some of the sayd shipps Company
made a boate of boards, and would (as they sayd) venture to [shoare GUTTER]
in he, but he saith that noe body did venture, nor was there
any use made of the said boarded boate.
To the 10. 11. 12. 13 and 14th Interrogatories he cannot answeare, for that
he quite forsooke the shipp at Penarth.
To the 15th he knoweth not to answeare
To the 16th and 17th he cannot answeare
To the 18th and 19th he answereth that there were about 50ty persons of
the sayd shipp when she went into Aberdee, and that by reason of
the storme that happened the allowance was for a while some what
h[?a]rd And otherwise he knoweth not to answere./
To the 20th 21th 22 and 23d interrogatories he answereth negatively
that he knoweth not to answeare
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