HCA 13/72 f.180r Annotate
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ábout one of the clock in the afternoone a shipp laden with coles (whereof
one Cocke was master) came in and comming to the said place where the William
Bonadventure laid moored with three other shipps abreast (whereof two were
moored to the William Bonadventure) and endeavoured to heave in
a sterne betwixt the two either mast of the said shipps in which doing shee must needs
come upon the William Bonadventures Southerly cable the anchor wherof lay
out in the River, whereupon this deponent who
was then upon the William Bonadventure (being hired to watch and lie in her)
called out to the company of the said Cockes shipp, and warned them of
the said cables soe lying out and of the danger it was in if
they hove in there over it, howbeit they hove in and carried their foXX
ashore, and some space after (that afternoone) the said shipp the William
Bonadventure went ashore at Bell wharfe with her sterne ashore
her be cable being cut or broke by such forcing or heaving in
of the said Cockes shipp, All which
hee deposeth because hee was present and saw the same, And otherwise hee
cannot depose, saving what followeth.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first and second hee saith hee was not any of the William Bonadventures
company but only was hired to lie aboard her the time aforesaid.
To the third hee saith hee did not take notice nor knoweth whether the
William Bonadventure had any buoy aflote from the said Southwest
anchor (the cable whereof was broken or cut as aforesaid) or not, And
otherwise hee cannot answer, saving as aforesaid.
To the fourth hee saith the said shipp William Bonadventure being shoremast
of the said foure shipps, grounded at every tide of ebb, and soe continued
till the flood, and otherwise hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the 5 negatively referring himselfe to his foregoeing deposition.
To the 6 hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition.
To the 7th negatively, people not being suddenly to be got on the
Sabbeth day for such a busines.
To the 8th hee saith the Northerly anchor of the William Bonadventure
lay ashore or neare tthe shore and that the master as hee beleeveth nor any
other hath recovered the said anchor, but the same with a greate peece
of the cable are lost or wanting, And otherwise hee cannot answer saving
To the tenth hee cannot answer, not seeing the anchor weighed or cable
To the 11th hee saith hee is a cobler by trade, and otherwise negatively.
The marke of [MARKE] daniel Chamberlen [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.