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To the fourth Interrogatory he answereth that the sayd shipp
being in her homeward voyage and in the degree of 31 and ½
or 32 mett with a very violent and furious storme which
continued about 24 houres, and that the sayd shipp did
(as the best shipp in the world will) did in the sayd storme
give way a little, but he saith that he doth not know[e GUTTER]
of any necessity there was for staving or braking in peeces
of the long boate interrate) And further he cannot answere

To the fifth interrogatory he answereth that during all the storme
interrate there was but one pumpe going, and that after
the storme was ended a leake sprang upon the shipp
interrate, and that then there were two hand pumpes going for
nigh the space of a day, and that during the sayd storme
all the shipps company did their dutyes, and wrought
labouriously and prayd to God though before and after the storme there was
nothing among them but swearing and cursing and
other villany, And further hee cannot answeare./

To the sixth and seaventh Interrogatorys he answereth that [the GUTTER]
Aberdey was an unknowne place to the sayd Croford and
Company, but the shipp did rise there very well and
safety, and that the Captaine had a mind to have sayled the
sayd shipp (as very well he mought) directly from thense
to London And otherwise negatively.

To the eighth Interrogatory he answereth that upon the said
shipps arrivall at Aberdy, the place being unknowne unto
the sayd Croford and Company she shott off about
twenty peices of Ordnance, and that thereupon a pilott
named William Spencer came aboard the sayd shipp the
Gilbert and that he conducted the said shipp by the order
of the Master interrate to Penarth, but it was because
the Mariners of the sayd shipp would not carry her to
London as the sayd Master would have had her, And further he cannot answere./

To the ninth interrogatory he answereth that the sayd shipps carpenter
made a small boate, wherof there was never use made, And
that saving the predeposed mutiny and tumult of the sayd
mariners, they behaved themselves in the sayd voyage
well enough as to the preservation of the interrate shipp
ánd her lading, And otherwise negatively./

To the tenth interrogatory he answereth that the interrate Captain[e GUTTER]
Croford did after the said shipps arrivall at Penarth goe
ashore at Cardiff on or about the 21th of January last
and that the say after, the sayd Croford send for him
this Rendent and the interrate John Nicholls and John
Cobb to come ashoare to him the sayd Croford at
Cardiff, where this Rendent and the sayd Nicholls and
Cobb before the Magistrate of the place made a protest
against the sea; that by stresse of weather