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The last of November 1659: [CENTRE HEADING]

Nicholas Bradley Robert Marriot}
And others Owners of the John of}
Ipswich against the Mary Rose and}
against ffrancis Cole and others}
Smith Suckley:}

Examined upon the Allegation giv[?en]
in by Mr Suckley on the
Behalf of the said Cole
And others:/:

Rp jus.

Thomas Cole of Acton neere
Ipswich Mariner, Gunner of the
Ship the Mary Rose Sworne and

To the first and second articles of the said Allegation hee
saith and deposeth that hee this deponent well knoweth
the ships the John and the Mary Rose arlate, and
they and many other ships Laden with Coales did lye
at Anchor in Tinmouth haven on the morning of
the two and Twentieth day of October 1658: some
of the said other ships being a head, got out of Tinmouth
haven, on the said morning to come for London and
other places, and likewise the said Ships the John
and Mary Rose did on the said morning weigh
their Anchors Intending to saile for London, and
saith that After one of the Anchors of the Mary
Rose was weighed and assoone as the other was away
John Cole the Master of the Mary Rose, called
out to the Company of the John (the John Lying a
little ahead of the Mary Rose) and desired them
not to weigh their Anchors (which they were then about
to doe) untill the Mary Rose, was shott of
her, but notwithstanding the Company of the John
did not forbeare the weighing of their Anchor,
but had it away. a little before the Mary
Rose came by the place where the John lay, and the
Ship of Alborough arlate (called the Willing minde
To this Deponents remembrance) weighed anchor at
the said time, and got betwixt the John and the Mary
Rose. And all the said three ships for some small space
sailed directly one after the other, and of a Sudden the
John (being ahead of the Alborough Ship and the Mary