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The 22th of december 1657

Examined on the sayd allegation/

Just Thourin of Shadwell gentleman aged thirty one yeares or thereabouts
a wittnesse sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth

To the ffirst second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent
came a passenger in the shipp the Trades Increase from the Barbados to England [and GUTTER]
knoweth that in the moneths of June and July shee lay there takeing of sugars [and GUTTER]
other goods to be brought to London and hee this deponent laded three hogsheads [of GUTTER]
white sugars to be thense transported in her for England And this deponent did [XXX GUTTER]
that the sayd shipp while shee laye there at the Barbados was a strong and sufficient [shipp GUTTER]
and was now more leakie then usually shipps will bee which trade in soe hott a [XXX GUTTER]
and did take noe more water then what her pumpe would and did cleere [XXX GUTTER]
without any preiudice to her ladeing and soe continued untill her coming from
the Barbados which was in the sayd moneth of July 1657 upon the fifteenth day when
shee sett sayle from Spikes Bay arlate with her ladeing of sugar and other [XXX GUTTER]
this deponent comming a passenger in her and well knowing and observing
that shee continued sufficiently tight and stanch at such her coming from [thense GUTTER]
and untill shee afterwards mett with stormie weather And further saving his
subsequent deposition hee cannot depose./

To the 4th 5 and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that in the moneth of
August (the particular day hee remembreth not for that hee kept noe [iournal GUTTER]
the sayd shipp mett with a very violent storme which continued three dayes and nights
with great furie soe that this deponent and others of the sayd shipps company and
passengers were in great feare that the shipp and her ladeing would by the [violence GUTTER]
thereof have perished in the seas togeather with her ladeing and by reason of the
shipps labouring in the sayd storme shee became more leakie then formerly shee
was and by reason the winde was very forcible it kept her downe in the [XXX GUTTER]
on the starboard side and caused her and to take in much water by the [sea GUTTER]
beating in upon her and by reason shee laye all on the one side the water could not
come into the well to bee cleered by the pumpes soe that her goods were [thereby GUTTER]
unavoidably dammaged but saith that the storme being over and the shipp [XXX GUTTER]
upright againe the Master and Company of her did in about halfe an howers
tyme after the storme was over with the pumpes cleere her of the water receaved in the sayd [storme GUTTER]
but could not till the storme was over doe the same And further to these articles
hee cannot depose./

To the 7th hee saith that the foresayd storme being over the sayd shipp continued
Course for England and about the beginning of September mett with an other
violent storme which continued three or fower dayes with such violence that
Master and Company of her were in great danger of perishing in the Sea and
could not spoone their shipp before the sea but were forced to lye a hull [XXX GUTTER]
under the Sea soe that the sea by meanes thereof often tymes passed over her
with great violence and thereby (as hee beleeveth) much dammaged her [ladeing GUTTER]
which could not be avoided by the Master and Company by any diligence that they
could use by reason of the violence of the storme this hee knoweth being [abord her GUTTER]
as aforesayd And further hee cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith for that hee is not a Seaman and experienced therein hee [cannot GUTTER]
depose to the contents of this article./

To the 9th hee saith that hee verily beleeveth and is perswaded in his [conscience GUTTER]
that had nott the sayd shipp mett with the sayd two stormes shee would have [brought GUTTER]
her ladeing to London drye and well conditioned by the industrie which the Master and Company used and what dammage is happened
to her ladeing hee verily beleeveth was occasioned meerely by the violence of the
sayd two stormes and not through any fault or neglect of the Master and
Company of her or any default in the sayd shipp other than what the sayd
stormes occasioned And further hee cannot depose/

To the last hee cannot depose not knowing any thing touching the [stowage GUTTER]
of the sayd shipps ladeing./