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To the 5th hee saith that there was on board the
said ship Warewell. at the time the said disaster
happened about two barrells and a halfe of Gunnpowder
match, paper; and other things in the Gunnes. there
which were Quite, (or almost quite) spoyled by reason
of the Water which came into the said Ship, but
the vallue thereof hee knoweth not And further
cannot depose.

To the 6th hee saith that hee verily beleeveth
that it Cost the said Clarke and Company the
summe of ffifteene pound more for Laboure and workmen in the unlading
of her by reason of the said disaster than it would
have done had not the said disaster happened
And further cannot depose:/:

To the 7th hee saith that the said Ship Warewell,
and he tackle and rigging by reason of the
said Disaster are damnifyed to the
vallue of One hundred pounds sterlng in this
deponents Judgement and further cannot depose/.

To the 8th hee saith that the said Ships Lading
of Coles, were in this Deponents Judgement by reason
of the said Disaster damnifyed to the summe
or vallue of ffifteene pounds sterling: and
further hee Cannot depose/:

To the 9th hee saith and deposeth that the Anchor
whereupon the said Ship Warewell was bilged
did belong to a Dutch Ship. which lay neere to the
Warewell, and called the Susan, as this Deponent
rememberth, and saith that soone after the said
damage was done this deponent and severall others were
Imployed to under Runne the said Dutch Ship
halse from her bowe. to the ring of the said
Anchor, and sawe that one of the fflookes of the
said Anchor was broke, and the other
fflooke and shanke bent, and sawe that there was not
a boy fastened to it, but an old peece of Rope [XX GUTTER]
to it, and saith that after this Deponent and others had
taken up the said Anchor into a Boate, they [XX GUTTER]
it with the said halse to which it was fastned to
the said Dutch ships side, and this De[onent asking
one of the Dutch ships Company if that was not
there Anchor, and Halser, he made answer that the