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before shee was Cast away. in Company of about five saile
of English ships and saith that the day when they came from thence the winde
was faire, and the next day the weather Changed, and was very
Boisterous, and the said other Ships which were bigger, and
better sailers than the Anne; left her behinde them, and the said
ship Anne by the said High winds, foule weather, and greate
Tides (and by noe other meanes) was forced and driven upon
the Coast of ffrance, about tenne Leagues to the Westward
of Bullen, where shee as aforesaid: was broken in peeces and
utterly lost. And further cannot Answer/
To the last hee saith that all the said partyes mentioned and
severally set downe in the said schedule; had receaved
at Cyprus some moneyes in part of their Wages for their
service in the said Ship the voyage in question but how much hee knoweth not and further
Joseph Bond [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 4th of March 1658:/.
Sorrell con Hall: aforesaid
Examined on the said Allegation:
William Sandwell of Shadwell in the parish
of Stepney mariner aged 26 yeeres or thereabout
Sworne and Examined
To the said Allegation: hee saith that in the
moneth of November last, as this deponent was goeing to the
Waterside; neere Colestaires, hee sawe one John Tyler, and
some others talking and discoursing in a Carpenters yard with one Mordecay Yonge:
(who (as this deponent was informed) was one of the
Company of the arlate ship the Abigail;) and as this
deponent was passing by them. hee heard the said Tylor, Yonge
and others talking about the said ship the Abigail, and the ship the Agreement.
whereof John Hall was Master and this deponent having formerly heard
of that busines. hee stood a little way off to heare what the
said Yonge would say and relate about the said Busines;
And the said Yonge in the hearing of this deponent told
them to this or the very same effect: That the ships
being in Company together, and they being neere Mr
Hall, they called one to one another, to take more
roome; and one of the Abigails Company being at the
Lead said that there was sholes water,
And some of the Abigails Company hearing him called to the
man of the Abigails Helme, and bid him Starboard, Starboard
and hee at the Helme replied that, if yow will have it Starboard
I will Starboard it enough, Put the