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To the fourth he answereth that the interrate shipp did in
her voyage homeward meet with a violent storme, and that
in the sayd storme her long boate then aboard her was
staved and broken all to peices and he[?arld] over board And
further he cannot answere./

To the fifth he answereth that the sayd shipp did, in the
storme predeposed, take in much water, and that aswell in
as after the sayd storme the shipps Company did constantly
pumpe at the handpumpes by their turnes by day and
night , and that by their great pains and care the shipp
was by the blessing of God thereupon preserved from sinking
And further he cannot answere./

To the sixth and seavetnth interrogatories he cannot answere./

To the eighth he answereth that after such time as the interrate
Croford the Master would have had the Mariners to have
gone for London upon the shooting off of some peices of
Ordnance, one Spencer a pilott came aboard the sayd
shipp, who by the order and hyre of the sayd Croford
did pilate her to Pennarth And further he cannot answere.

To the ninth he answereth that some of the shipps company did
make aboard [?a] boate, which (he saith) was never usd, And otherwise
referring himselfe to his former deposition he cannot answere/

To the tenth he knoweth not to answere./

To the eleaventh he answereth that one Nicholas Scidmore did
by the order of the interrate Croford the Master pilott the
sayd shipp into Kingh=Roade, and one Pre[X]y did by the
sayd Crofords order or direction pilott her into hung roade
And further he cannot answere./

To the twelth and thirteenth he answereth that one Mr
Broadwick did come downe to Bristoll, when the sayd shipp
lay there at hung roade, and did order and doe concerning
the sayd shipps affaires And further he cannot answere

To the 14th heanswereth that the shipp interrate had some repaires
done unto her at Bristoll, but what particulars he saith he
knoweth not

To the 15th he knoweth not to answere./

To the 16th and 17th he referreth himselfe to his former deposition
and further he knoweth not to answere./

To the 18th and 19th he referreth himselfe to his former deposition
and further he knoweth not to answere./

To the 20th he answereth that he being a servant his Master is to
receive his wages, but he saith he knoweth not whither his sayd
master hath received any or noe./

To the 21th he answereth that the shipp interrate went upon her
outward voyage from Gravesend in March last was 12 month[?es GUTTER]
And further he cannot answere.

To the 22th he answereth negatively.

To the 23th he answereth negatively./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin