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heaving her Coales out of her Portholes. into Lighters
being very much wet, and damnifyed, And saith they soe heaved
about a hundred Chaldron of Coales out of the said ship
which did very much ease and Lighten her, and thereby did
prevent further damage which might come and happen by the said
Bilging: And further cannot depose:/:

To the 5th hee saith that at the time of the said bilging and receiving
the water aforesaid there was aboard the said ship the Warewell
two barrells of good and Merchandtable Gunnpowder
some Match Paper, and other Gunners Store in her
Gunneroom, which was very much damnifyed
which damage amounted to about tenn pounds sterling
And further cannot depose./:

To the .6th hee saith that by reason of the said Bilging upon the
said Anchor the said Clarke was to great Charges in
hiring Labourers, and workemen to hale the said ship ashore:
and unlading her, the summe of fifteene pounds more than the
Charge of Unlading her in the River of Thames had not the said damage
happened would have amounted unto. And further deposeth not:/:

To the .7th. hee saith that the said ship the Warewell, and
her Tackle and furniture, by reason of her said bilging
hath sustained dammage. (in this deponents Judgement) to the
summe or vallue of 100: li sterling besides the foresaid dammage
And further deposeth not

To the 8th hee saith that the said ships lading of Coales
by reason of the said bilging, and the wett thereby received:
were damnified to the somme or Vallue of ffifteene pounds
sterling as hee beleeveth. and soe much the same would
(as hee beleeveth) have yeilded more, than they did had
not the said bilging and damage happened, and further
cannot depose/

To the 9th hee saith that the Anchor whereupon the said ship
was bilged did belong unto a Dutch ship. there ryding called
the Susan, as this deponent remembers her name whereof one Rankis or
Rankin was Master, and the said Rankis, or Rankin, hath
since avered the said Anchor to be his Anchor, and belonging
to his said ship, And saith that presently after the said bilging
of the said ship the Warewell halfe of the said Dutch ship was under
runne from the bowe of the said ship to the ring of the
said Anchor whereunto the same was fastened, And saith
that upon the weighing of the said Anchor this deponent sawe that
one of the fflookes of the sayd Anchor was broke off
and the other fflooke and shanke bent, which was soe done
(as this deponent beleeveth) by the winding of the said ship Warewell
after her bilging on the said Anchor: and further cannot depose