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The Eight and twentieth of Aprill 1659./:

Clarke against Scattergood aforesaid.}

Examined on the foresaid Libell given in on behalfe
of the said Clarke./.

Rp. (7us

John Robinson of Ipswich in the County
of Suffolke Mariner aged 36 yeares or
thereabouts sworne and Examined/

To the first article or position of the said Libell hee saith and deposeth
that for and during all the monethes and time Libellate the Libe[?llate GUTTER]
Robert Clarke was master and Comander and part owner of the ship the warewell
Libellate, and soe Comonly accounted, which hee knew of for
that hee for all the time arlate belonged unto her: and further
cannot depose./.

To the second hee saith that on the second day of August [?16XX GUTTER]
the said ship the Warewell arived herein the River of Thames
with her Lading of Coales. (which did belong unto the said Clarke and Company
and came to an Anchor therewith a little belowe Wapping
Dock, and there moored, in a good, and Convenient B[?erth GUTTER]
where ships usually ride at Anchor, and there she moor[?ed GUTTER]
one fflood, and two Ebbs, for and during all which space there
was noe Appearance of any Anchor, or buoy, neereunto
the place where the said ship Warewell soe lay at Anchor
and moored as aforesaid. which hee knoweth for that hee
this Deponent then belonged to her, and was one of her
Company, and tooke [XXXX] of the Premisses and further
cannot depose./:

To the 3d and 4th hee saith that after the said ship Warewell had l[?aine GUTTER]
mooreed in the place aforesaid for the space of a fflood and
two Ebbs, as aforesaid shee happened to be bilged upon and Anchored
which lay within the said ships berth not having any buoy
fastened thereunto. and shee received about foure foot water
in hold, before the said Clarke or this deponent or any of the said
ships Company discovered the same, and soe soone as the
same was Discovered, the said Clarke did imediately
cause her Pumpes to be plyed, and got and procured divers
Marriners and Labourers, and Besides his Owne to assist therein, and in the
haling of her to the shore, and the said Mariners and Labourers, soe procured
by the said Clarke, and the Marriners belonging to the said ship did
(with as much Speed as Could be) hald her to shore, and the said
Clarke for the better securing of the said ship, did cause the
said Mariners belonging to the said ship, and alsoe others
who hee provided Imedeately to fall to worke in heaving out
her Cole out of her Portholes, into Lighters and did [?heave GUTTER]
out of her Portholes about one hundred Chaldron, of
Coles which did much ease and lighten the said ship And there [?by GUTTER]
did prevent further Damage, that in Probability might have
happened to the said ship, which hee knoweth for that hee
assisted in the said B[Xsing], and further cannot Depose/