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came and happened, and not by any fault Carelessness
or insufficiency of or in the said Robert Clarke, or any of
the Company of the said ship. And saith further. that by
the Lawes and Customes used in the said River of Thames
not any Anchors that belong to ships ought to Lye more then one Tide
without a buoy and if an Anchor or Anchors shall lye without a b[?uoy GUTTER]
more then one Tide, whatsoever damage happeneth
(According to the Custome of the said River.) the ship or ships [?to GUTTER]
whom the said Anchor or Anchors belongs, shall be liable
Therefore, which hee knoweth for that hee this Deponent hath
bin a seaman for theise 27 yeeres last.
for all which time hee hath frequented the said River and f[urther GUTTER]
Cannot depose./

To the 12th hee doth not depose/.

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

To the .14th. hee saith besides the Damages aforesaid the said
Clarke and Company have sustained losse and damage in this deponents [XXXX GUTTER] to the
Vallue of about twenty pounds Sterling, by reason of [XXX GUTTER]
losse of Imployment of the said ship by meanes of the [XXXX GUTTER] And forbearance
of his money, and further cannot depose/.

To the 15th and 16th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and to the Lawe./.

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

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee was Masters Mate of the Warewell [?the GUTTER]
time Interrate./.

To the second hee saith that hee knoweth the said ship Suzan
and shee is of the burthen of about 230 Ton[?nes GUTTER]
And saith that the said ship the Suzan did Lye and Ryde in a
Convenient place where shipps usually Ryde and not farr from the Warewell, And further
cannot Answer/.

To the third hee saith that the said Ship the Warewell came
to an Anchor in the foresaid Place about foure a Clock in the
morning of the second of August 1658: and it was [XXX GUTTER]
about three quarters floud, and shee Satt upon the said [??Anchor GUTTER]
when it was about three quarters Ebb, and further cannot

To the fourth hee saith that the said Ship Warewell lay at [??Anchor GUTTER]
in the said place about 16 houres, before the said Damage

To the 5th. hee saith hee was on board the said ship Warewell [??when GUTTER]
shee Anchored in the said [XXX GUTTER]
and Continued onboard her untill and after the said da[mmage GUTTER]
happened and further cannot Answer

To the 6th. Negatively./