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extraordinary leaky and insufficient
soe that the marriners were forced
to pumpe her continually and had
much adoe to preserve her from sinkeing
in the Seas and that with much
hazard and difficulty these rendents
beleeve the said shipp was att length
gott to Virginia where these rendents
goods were delivered but much spoiled
and damnified by reason of the leaki
nes and insufficiency of the said shipp
ut credunt and these rendents beleeve
that after the said shipps Arrivall
att Virginia the said shipp by reason of
her insufficiency and leakines was
there put into the Carpenters pos=
session to worke upon her and make
her tight and stronge if it might
bee where shee remained by the space
of sixe weekes in the Carpenters
hands and afterwards the reporte of
the said shipps insufficiency being
there soe notorious noe man would
adventure in a longe space to lade
any goods onboard her soe as the
said shippe was forced to stay and
abide att Virginia longer then other
wise shee needed to have donne incase
shee had bin tight and staunch after
such her repaireing there by the
space of Two monethes att least ut
credunt And theise Rendents beleeveth
that after such time as the said
shipp had bin there soe longe time
as aforesaid these Rendents factors
did procure a great quantity of
Tobaccoes to bee there laden and put