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lading was occasioned by her bildging upon an Anchor of this deponents said
shipp the Supply, which, as they then pretended to this deponent lay under
the bough of the said shipp the Abraham, and desired this deponent to goe
along with them to help to gett the said anchor from under their said shipp,
which this deponent accordingly did, and being come to the said shipp the
Abraham this deponent and others in presence of the said Walter fflint James
Leshly and others felt with a boate hooke, and thereby certainely perceived
That there was an anchor lay soe close under the bough of the said shipp
the Abraham that they could not gett the iron of the boate hooke
between the said shippes bough and the anchor, by meanes of which anchor
the said fflint Lashly and others in this deponents presence and hearing acknowledged
that the said shipp the Abraham was sunke, and the sammage aforesaid
sustained, as indeed and in trueth this deponent then also well observed and
saw. The premisses this deponent declareth upon certaine knowledge, And
otherwise saving his following deposition hee saith hee cannot depose./

To the 5:th and 6th hee saith, That the boyroape of the anchor predeposed being reached
by a boatehooke and brought to the view of this deponent and the said Leshley
fflint and others then present this deponent immediately declared to the said
Leshley and the resst then present, that the said boy roape did not att all
belong to any anchor appertaineing to his said shipp the Supply, and after
the weighing of the said Anchor this deponent with the said James Leshley
saw and observed the same to be a small anchor broaken in the shanck about
foure foot from the Crosse, and saith, That at the time of the weighing of
the broaken anchor aforesaid this deponent being in a boate with one of the
said Leshleys Companie, and being willing to give all possible satisfaction to
the said Leshley and all others concerned in the dammage aforesaid., went and
felt under water with a boate hooke for the anchor of this deponents said shipp
the Supply and found the same, videlicet the anchor of the Supply which then
was nearest unto the said shipp the Abraham at the distance of twenty
foure foote or thereabouts from the same further into the Thames, And
that there was no anchor appertaining to the said shipp the Supply
within such a distance from the said shipp the Abraham, as possibly
to doe any dammage or preiudice to the said Vessell. The premisses hee
deposeth upon his owne ocular observation. And otherwise saving his
following deposition hee saith hee cannot depose:-/

To the 7:th and 8:th hee saith and deposeth, That about three or
four daies after the weighing of the broaken anchor aforesaid, this
deponent caused the anchor of the said shipp Supply then being nearer
to the said shipp the Abraham to be weighed, and found the same
to be clearer and freer from doing any dammage to the said vessell the
Abraham or sustaineing any bruise or Crush by the same, which in case