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and Comonly accounted, and further cannot depose:/:

To the second hee saith that in or about the beginning
of the moneth of August 1658, the said ship Warewell
arived in the River of Thames with her Lading
of Coles. and came to an Anchor a little belowe
or against Wapping dock, and there moored in
a very good and Convenient birth, where ships doe
usually ryde at Anchor, and there rid in safety
one floud and two Ebbs, during which time there
was noe appearance of any Anchor or buoy neere
unto the place where the said ship was moored
The premises hee deposeth for that hee this
Deponent belonged the said time to the James of
London which then came up the River the Tide before
the Warewell came up, and moored a little above
the Warewell, and this Deponent did see the said
ship the Warewell, take up her birth in the foresaid
place, and tooke notice of her said mooring and ryding
as aforesaid: And further cannot depose.

To the 3.d and 4.th hee saith that after the said Ship the Warewell
had layne moored in the place aforesaid for the
space of One ffloud and two Ebbs. shee happened
to be bilged upon an Anchor which lay within the
said ships birthe which had not then any boy fastned
to it, and saith that soo soone as the said ship the
Warewell was perceived to be bilged by her not XXXXing in the
River, this Deponent and severall other Mariners
belonging to other ships that Rid there went
presently on board her, and found her then to have
foure fooote water in her hold. And saith that this
Deponent and the said other mariners and alsoe the Warewells
Company, did Labour very hard and used their
best Endeavours to runne the said ship ashore, and
to that end did pumpe her, and heave out about
three Lighters of Coles: and then by their greate
Labours and endeavour go her some what neerer
to the shore, and then heaved about another
Lighter of Coales. out of her. and did all that
they could possibly doe to prevent further dammages
that might have happened to the said Ship and Coles
by reason of her said bilging on the said Anchor
The premisses hee deposeth for that hee assisted therein
and was was (sic) an Eye witnesse of the same and
further cannot depose./.