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The same day:/:

Examined on the said Allegation

Rp 3us

William Robinson of Upper Shadwell in
the parish of Stepney Mariner aged 48 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and Examined

To the said Allegation hee saith that he this deponent Mr hall the Producent and his precontest
John Moyses and one Joanes were this Morning in Company with mr John Bathoe
who said hee was one of the Company of the arlate ship
the Abigail, and they all having discourse together about the
sinking of the ship the Abigail, and Mr hall desiring the
said bathoe to relate how the busines was, The said Bathoe made
answer and told the said hall and this deponent and the said Moyses and Joanes that hee the said hall was
not in the fault, but the fault was
in the man that was at the Abigails helme, for one of
the Company called out, to him at the helme and bid
him starboard, and thereupon the man at the helme replyed
you shall have starboard enough, and Clapt his helme
hard a starboard, and soe Let it Lye, and by that meanes
came upon Mr halls ship, or to that effect and purpose
And alsoe the said Bathoe declared and said that if hee had
had any thing that was neere at hand hee would have
throwne it at the head of the man at the helme for being
soe Crosse or to that effect And further hee cannot depose./.

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee cometh required by Mr hall to Testify
what hee heard in this busines. And saith the said words were
spoken in White Chappell at the signe of the ffountaine, an
Alehouse, in the presence of this deponent the said Moses, the said Jones
and Mr hall the Producent, And saith that this deponent and the
said Moses were carryed by the said Hall to the said Place
and the said hall upon their Comming thither and not before
told them it was to heare what one of the Abigails Company
would say about the ship, or to that effect, and further cannot
answer saving as aforesaid::/:

To the 2d hee saith that hee hath used the sea, as a Mariner for
theise seaven yeeres last, and saith hee is worth little when his
Debts are paid, and further Cannot Answer:/.

To the 3d hee cannot answer:/:

Repeated with his precontest before doctor

The marke R of the said
Wm Robinson [MARKE, RH SIDE]