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it to worke, and that it would have wrought had there bin
an urgent occasion for it, And further he cannot answere./

To the fourth interrogatory he answereth that the interrate shipp did in her
passage from the Barbadoes about 3 weeks or a month before she
came to Aberday met with a violent and furious storme, which
did continue five days or thereabouts, and that by the violence and
fury of the seas the long boate interrate and severall other things
then upon the deck were staved and broken all to peices, and that
the sayd shipp did then give way in sewall places, And
other wise negatively.

To the fifth he answereth that by occasion of the violence and fury
of the storme predeposed the sayd shipp did make [more GUTTER]
water than she did before, and that the Company wer faine
keepe the hand pump's going, whereby they feared the sayd
shipp, and that this Rendent doth not know of any
one of the sayd shipps Company, but did worke in his [XXXX GUTTER]
at the said hand pumps, and in theise soe working kept the
shipp from from sinking, And further he knoweth not
to answere./

To the sixth, 7th and 8th interrogatories he answereth that upon the sayd
shipps arrivall at Aberday the Master interrate and the Mate did find
by the Waggoner (the name of a booke used in navigation) and
by their soundings that the sayd shipp was at Abderday, and he
saith that the Captaine did there shott off some peices of
Ordnance, and that upon the shooting of the sayd Ordnance the
interrate William Spencer came aboard them, and that the
sayd Spencer would not undertake to carry the sayd shipp to
any other place but Penarth, though the sayd Croford
interrate would have had her gone to Milford, And further
he knoweth not to answere./

To the ninth interrogatory he answereth that there was a boarded boate (as
is interrate) made by some of the shipps company, but he saith
he it was never made use of And further he cannot answeare

To the tenth interrogatory he answereth that the interrate Croford the Master, and
this deponent and the interrate Uppon and some others of the said
shipps company (whose names he doth not now certainly remember)
did before at Cardiffe before the Mayor or some Magistrate there
make a protest against the seas, which protest were putt
into writing there And further he knoweth not to answer./

To the eleaventh he answereth that there being noe safe riding at
Cardiff the Master interrate was forced to hyre one Nicholas Scidmore
to pilate the said shipp to kings=roade and thense to hung roade
nigh Bristoll, where she was delivered, And further he cannot

To the 12th he answereth that upon the arrivall of the said shipp
nigh Bristoll, the Master interrate did give notice thereof unto his
Owners here at London, and that the shipp had receaved some dammage
at sea by stresse of weather, and that thereby she stood in need of

To the 13th and 14th interrogatories, that the interrate Mr Broadrick did
come downe to Bristoll as a part=owner, and that after his comming
the goods were unladed out of the said shipp there and delivered [XXX GUTTER]
same cost bestowed uoon the sayd shipp by the sayd Broadricks
order as this Rendent beleving, And further he cannot answere

To the 15th. 16 and 17th Interrogatories he referreth himselfe to his former deposition
and otherwise knoweth not to answere./

To the eighteenth interrogatory he answereth that there were betweene
forty ánd fifty passengers and mariners in the shipp interrate when shee
first came to Aberdey (a more exact account he cannot now give

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