HCA 13/73 f.145v Annotate
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her Ashore, which was Accordingly done, and then the War[ewell and GUTTER]
Company together with the Assistance of several Mar[iners GUTTER]
and Labourers, who the said Clarke hyred, did heave [XXX GUTTER]
out many Chaldrons of Coles into Lighters
out of the said ships Portholes. which said Coles were very
much wet and damnifyed. The heaving out of
which said Coles did much lighten the said ship, and prevent
further damage which would have come to the said
ship, The Premisses hee deposeth for that hee helped
and Assisted therein; And further cannot depose
To the 5th hee saith that there were aboard the said ship in the[?Gunroome GUTTER]
at the time of her said Bilging two barrells of Good
Gunnpowder, some match paper, and other g[unnes GUTTER]
which was (by meanes of the great quantity of water that
the said ship received into her, by reason of her said bilging
spoyled and made uselesse, but Cannot estimated the damm[age GUTTER]
and further cannot depose./.
To the 6th hee saith that by meanes of the said ship being
bilged as aforesaid, the said Clarke and Company were put to the lo[?se GUTTER] (as
this deponent beleeveth) of about fifteene pounds sterling
in hyring of men to unlade the sayd ship more than
it would have Cost them if the said Disaster had not happened
And further cannot depose./.
To the 7th hee saith that hee verily beleeveth that the dammage
which happened only to the said ships hull and her tackling
(by meanes of the sayd Bilging) doth amount unto
one hundred Pounds Sterling. And further cannot depose
To the 8th hee saith hee likewise beleeveth that the dammage
which happened to the sayd ships Lading of Coles by meanes
of the Premisses, Amounted unto the summe of ffifteene
Pounds sterling; and beleeveth the said Coles would have yeilded
soe much more if the sayd Disaster had not happened: And
further cannot depose./.
To the 9th hee saith that the Anchor whereupon the [?ship GUTTER]
was bilged as aforesayd was belonging to the arlate [XXXX GUTTER]
Suzan whereof one [?Teart] Rankis was master, and soe much the said
Rankis hath Confessed. and saith that presently after the
said ship Warewell was bilged on the said Anchor, the said
Clarke caused the Suzans hauser to be under=m[XXXX from GUTTER]
her bowe to the ring of the said Anchor and weighed
the said Anchor, and upon the weighing thereof
this deponent sawe that one of the fflookes of the said Anchor
was broken, and the other fflooke, and the shan[?ke GUTTER]
was much bent by the said ships bilging upon it as [?aforesaid GUTTER]
And saith hee this deponent sawe the said Anchor weigh[?ed GUTTER]
And further cannot depose.:./: