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on or about the thirteenth day of November 1657: and from
that day all the said mariners schedulate entred into whole
pay. and from Gravesend as aforesaid shee went to
Yarmouth and there tooke in her Lading of ffish, and
from thence sailed to Marcellis, and there delivered
the same. and tooke in Ballast, and sailed to Cyprus
and there (after they had Cleared their hold of the ballast,) tooke in
a Lading of Salt, and Caried the same to the Port of
Satalea, and there delivered her Salt, and tooke in ballast
and sailed back againe to Cyprus, and tooke in another
Lading of Salt, and caried the same to Scanderoone, and
there delivered the same, and the
last of the said Salt was
delivered at Scanderoone on or about the fourth day of
June 1658./. During all which time (namely from the said
ships Departure from Gravesend, untill her Delivery of
her last goods at Scanderoone:/ all the Mariners afore=
=said did serve in the said ship Anne; and the foresaid Mariners
did doe their best Indeavour in the Service and Imployment
of the said ship, in their severall offices and places: which hee
knoweth for the reasons aforesaid goeing from place to [?place GUTTER]
in the said ship, And further cannot Depose:/.

To the 6th and 7th hee saith that soe soone as the said ship
Delivered her said salt at Scanderrone, the said William
Malym the Master and Company of the said ship. did take
aboard her, a Lading of Cottons, galls and other peeces
to be Transported in her to this port of London, and
came from thence with the same on board her on or about
the 11th. day of July. 1658. and in her Course hether[?wards GUTTER]
the said Ship, and her Lading met with Extraordinary
foule, windy, and Tempestuous weather by which shee was driven upon
the Sands, neere Saint Vallaryes in ffrance; and
by meanes thereof split, and broken in peeces.
and utterly lost together with her lading, and saith the [?same GUTTER]
came not, nor happened by any fault or negligence
of or in this deponent or any of the Mariners in the said [?shipp GUTTER]
but saith that they did all their uttmost indeavour
for her preservation, and saith that hee this deponent (who [?was GUTTER]
then Master of the said Ship the said Wm Malin being dead) [?after GUTTER]
all her Company were gone away in the ships boate for preservation of [XXXX GUTTER] staid
hoping that by the Providence of God she might get off. but
([?shee GUTTER]