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shee bilging upon the said Sands. this Deponent was forced
to leape into the sea, and by Gods Providence did swime to the Boate
which belonged to the said ship, which her Company had lost
upon the sands, And further cannot depose: saving all the mariners
schedulate did serve in her untill the time of the said
Bilging which was on or about the thirteenth day of December
last. and further Cannot depose:/:

To the 8th hee saith that from the time of the said ships departure
from Gravesend upon the said Voyage unto the time of
the Delivery of her last goods at Scanderoone was the space of seaven monethes and 3 weekes or thereabouts
and for soe long time the foresaid mariners ought to be paid: their wages
And further Cannot depose; Saving his
foregoeing Deposition to which hee referreth./.

To the 9th hee saith hee Cannot depose otherwise than as aforesaid

To the 10th hee referreth him selfe to the registry of this Court

To the Last hee saith his foregoeing Deposition is true:/:

See his answer to the Interrogatories
2 Leaves XXXX



The same day :/.

Examined on the said Allegation:/:

Rp. 2:

Joseph Bond of Redriffe Mariner aged 26
yeeres or thereabouts sworne; and Examined:/:

To the first and second articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
that from the time of the Arlate ship the Anne her departure
from the port of London on the voyage in question untill the
time of her Bilging hereafter mentioned the arlate
ffrancis ffowke (Merchant of this City (whom this deponent knoweth) Commonly accounted
owner of part of her, and soe hee verily beleeveth hee was
for that the said ffrancis fowke New named the said
ship the Anne shee being before called the Rainbowe; and alsoe
paid severall bills, for sailes, and Blocks, which were delivered
on board the said Ship the Anne, a little before her goeing
out on the said voyage; And saith that one Mr ffowke
at Cyprus Correspondent of the said ffrancis ffowke; told
this deponent. that the said ship did wholly belong to him and
his brother ffrancis ffouke merchant of London, or to that
effect. and saith further that the arlate Wm Malim who was Master of
the said ship the greatest part of the voyage in Question, was
made Master of the said ship (as hee told this deponent) by the
said Mr ffrancis ffouke; and further hee saith hee Cannot