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To the 2d and 3d hee saith that that place where the said Ship
the Phenix did soe ride at anchor as aforesaid, was and
is a very usuall, and Comon place where Ships did
usually ride, and lye in, And saith the said Ship the
Phenix did there lye some Certaine dayes without
doeing any dammage to, or receiveing any Damage from,
any Ship or Vessell whatsoever, And saith that after
shee had rid some Certaine dayes at the said place
the arlate Ship the Consent came and sat upon
the said Anchor belonging to the Phonix which lay
to the Northward, And further cannot depose; for
that hee was not then on board the Phenix, nor sawe
howe the said damage came to the Consent. But went
(about ?6 of a Clock of the Saturday arlate) on board

To the .4.th hee saith that hee verily beleeveth that if
the Consents Southerne Anchor had not broake
from her Cable and gave way. shee would not nor
Could both in any Probability have come and sat upon
the Phenex her Northerne Anchor. and further
Cannot depose:/:

To the 5th hee saith that from Thursday: untill about seaven
a Clock of the Saturday next followeing, the Phenix and the
Consent did every tide winde about as the tide went
and in all that time the Consent never Touched
the Phenix or her Anchor or either of
them, that this deponent knoweth of: And further
hee cannot depose:/.

To the 6th. hee saith that the said Anchors belonging to the
Phenix were as aforesaid Cast out the one to the
Northward and the other to the Southward and otherwise
hee deposeth not

To the 7.th hee saith that for many dayes before; and untill
the said Damage happened to the Consent, by her
sitting uppon the Phenix her Anchor, there was only one
boy onboard the Consent to looke to her, and saith hee
beleeveth that if there had bin men on board her that
would have veered and haled her the said damage which happened
to the Consent might have bin prevented The
foresaid premisses hee deposeth for that hee was and
Continued on board the Phenix, a great part of the time
that she came to and Anchored in the said place, when
hee went ashore in the evening of the said Saturday
next before the said Damage happened And further cannot

To the 8th hee saith that there ought to be three or foure
men on board a ship which rides at Anchor in the River of
Thames to looke to her and Veere and hale her upon
any occasion:/:

To the 9th