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Halser was theirs but not the Anchor, or to that effect
And further cannot depose:/:

To the 10 and 11.th hee saith that the said Anchor
did lye in as Convenient a birth for Ships to ride
in as any in the River and Masters of Ships doe not
use to cast their Anchor in such places. neither
ought they soe to doe by the Lawes and Customes
of the River of Thames, but are prohibited soe to
doe by the said Lawes and Customes And saith that
by the said Lawes and Customes. (time out of minde)
Masters of Ships ought not to lett their Anchors lye
above one Tide without buoys and in case they
left them by longer without boyes. they are Liable
to pay what dammage shall come thereby. which hee
knoweth having bin a Mariner for these 34 yeeres
last or thereabouts, and frequenting the River
of Thames. And further saith that all and singular
the damage aforesaid came and happened by the
said Anchor lying without a boy in the said place,
and not by any Carelesseness of or in the said
Clarke and Company, And further cannot depose./.

To the 12th hee cannot depose./

To the 13th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of this

To the 14th hee saith that hee verily beleeveth the
said Clarke and Company (besides the foresaid
damages are damnified to the summe or vallue of
Tenne pounds sterling at the least, in the losse of the said
Ships Imployment and forbearance of the said money
and further cannot depose./.

To the 15th and 16th hee deposeth not:/:

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition. is true.

To the Interries./. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was not of the Company of the Warewell
the time Interrate, but sailed in her formerly:/:

To the second hee saith hee did knowe the said Dutch ship
but knoweth not what burthen shee was of. and saith shee
did not (in this deponents Judgement lye in a Convenient place.//
and otherwise cannot answer

To the third hee saith the said ship Warewell came
and moored in the said Place about an hower and halfe before
high water, and it was about two howers floud when shee
was bilged on the said Anchor, and otherwise cannot

To the 4th hee saith the Warewell rid about 28 howers
in the said place before the said Damage happened:/.

To the 5th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing

To the 6th Negatively./.