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Marcellis and there delivered her said Lading, and tooke
in Ballast, and sailed to Cyprus, and there (after her
ballast was heaved out,) shee tooke in a Cargo of Salt and
Carried the same to a place called Sattalia, and there
delivered the same, and having taken in Ballasts
sailed back to Cyprus againe, and after her hold was
Cleared of the ballast, shee tooke in another Lading of
salt, and Caried the same to Scanderoone, and there
Delivered the same And saith the last of the said Salt
was there delivered in or about the 6th Day of July
Last. during all which time the said Christopher Mallin
Thomas Garrat Bethel Tinck George Sotherne George
Rogers Thomas West ffrancis Rosse and John Roberts did
serve in the said ship in the places and offices aforesaid
Honestly, and did performe their dutyes belonging to
their severall offices and Imployments wherein they were
put. The premisses hee deposeth goeing all the said voyage
in the said ship namely from her departure from Gravesend
untill the time of her bilging, And further hee cannot
To the 6th hee saith after the foresaid salt brought from Cyprus
to Scanderoone was unladen as aforesaid at Scanderoone
there were there laden aboard her about One hundred
Baggs of Galls, about one hundred Bales of Cotton
Yarne, and other goods which she sett sayle for this
port, touching at Cyprus, and in her Course hether wards shee was by
Extraordinary great winds, forced upon the sands. upon the Coast of ffrance
, and there bilged, and shee and her Lading
lost. And saith that neither her Master nor any of her Company
were in any fault. but the same came and happened
meerely by the said Extraordinary winds and the will of
God. The premisses hee deposeth by sad Experience
being on board her, when the said Disaster happened,
And further hee cannot depose:/.
To the 7:th hee saith that the said Malim, Garrat, Tinke[?r GUTTER]
Southerne, Rogers, West, Rosse and, Roberts, served in
the said Ship. from her said Departure from Gravesend
untill the said Disaster happened which was on or about
the 13th of December last, And further he Cannot