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for that hee did well observe that the sayd shipp was then alsoe very tight
and stanche and soe continued for severall moneths after her arrivall at
Bantam And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 9th article of the sayd libell hee saith that hee being one of the sayd
shipps company as aforesayd, and on board knoweth that after the sayd
shipp arrived at Bantam shee stayed there in dischargeing her Cargo brought
thither and in takeing a new freight for Pullam Bam arlate till about
Michaelmas one thousand sixe hundred fifty five and about that tyme
sayled from Bantam to Pullam Bam aforesayd and there laded pepper and
returned therewith to Bantam about the tenth of december next following
and there discharged the same dry and well conditioned the sayd shipp
of this deponents knowledge being then and for some monethes after tight
and stanche And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 10th and 11th articles hee saith That after the sayd shipp had soe delivered her
sayd Ladeing at Bantam which shee tooke in at Pullam Bam shee continued there till the beginning of the moneth
of Aprill next after videlicet the beginning of Aprill one thousand six hundred
fifty sixe when shee and her Master and Company sett sayle from
thense for Jambee arlate there being freighted then by one Mr Skinner the ffactor of
or Agent of the East India Company there to goe to Jambee to one Mr
Leaver and other of the sayd Companys ffactors, and resident at Jambee
there to take in a ladeing of pepper and bring the same to Bantam
aforesayd And saith that in pursuance of her sayd voyage to Jambee the
sayd shipp with her Master and Company (whereof this deponent was one)
arrived about the twentith of Aprill aforesayd at Saddo road arlate and
thense passed over the barr and came to Qualla arlate where they unladed
the goods brought from Bantam and so continued at Qualla till
about the twelfth of May arlate and then wafted up the River there
to Jambee where the sayd shipp was careened and searched and
found by the Carpenters upon search of her to bee staunch
tight and sufficient this hee deposeth being one of her company and
on board and seeing her searched and careened. And hee further saith
that the sayd shipp continued there at Jambee untill the moneth of
October one thousand sixe hundred fifty six and was all that tyme
tight and staunch but saith that about the tenth of the sayd moneth
the sayd shipp sprange a leake, wherat shee receaved some water
which being discovered the sayd Mr Leaver the ffactor who was to lade
the pepper on board her ordered the sayd shipp to fall downe from
Jambee to Qualla aforesayd, and there gett the leake searched by
some Carpenter (the shipps Carpenter being then dead) and sayd
if shee proved stanch hee would lade the pepper aboard her at
Qualla, whereupon the shipp being now at Qualla search was made
by a Carpenter of an other shipp called the Endemion who found another
leake to bee in her keele by reasin the same was eaten through with
wormes occasioned by her long continuance in the Indies, which is a thing
frequent with shipps that stay long in that Countrey and upon search of
the sayd leake the water dayly encreasing though endeavour was made to stop
the same the same shipp was at length found to be soe eaten in the keel with