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The State of the Shipps
Ffor their state we have surveighed both their carpentry and
Ffor carpentry his Ma[jes]ties M[aste]r Shippwrights and other skilfull
M[aster]s of that facultie, whome wee joyned with them have
the 11 shipps one ketch and 4 gallies laste manned, part
not in being, and the rest of Irreparable and not fitt to
be continued in charge, for the Reasons particulerly set
downe in the Booke of Survey.
They have allso discovered many Imperfections and decaies
in the former 23 shipps of warre, 2 hoyes and lighter, which
they have set downe likewise, particulerly in the same
booke and estimated the necessary charges for the
perfecte Reperacons thereof.
Which for two of them the Rainbow and
Anthelop being in drie docke at Debtford
doe amount to -- £5379 11s 3d
And for the Reste in harborough including
Masts, yards, pumps, parells, shivers
And Boates the some of -- £4541 0s 0d
Totall -- £9920 11s 3d
Ffor the ffurniture of all these Shipps wee have allso caused
a diligent survey to be taken by the principall Masters of the Navy
assisted with the Cheife Masters of the Trinity house, who have
accordingly collected into Bookes the perticuler wants of
every shipp both for Ringing and sailes.
The defects of Ringing (as they shew) doe
require for supplie of all sizes of cordage
the full quantities of – 93 tonns 18c[hundredweight] 2qr[quarter] 12lbs
Which in money at the price now paid coms to -- £3287 11s 0d
The ---defects of sailes
are allso set downe particulerly for every shipp
in the survey booke thereof whereby appeareth that
many shipps are alltogether unfurnished and
few or none have full suits. Soe as the number
of sailes wanting to set out the serviceable
shipps are – 182 sailes
The supplie whereof to be maide new would
require a further charge of -- £2000
Ffor Anchors there is a like survey taken and noe defecte found