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would not suffer them to goe but notwithstanding the reasonablenes
of the tyme and the weather commanded the sayd boates Company to rafte the
wynes in question and threatned them and told them they must and should rafte
forty peeces of wine to goe aboard the sayd shipp, but saith that by that tyme
they had (through the importunitie of the sayd Whitby) rafted thirty butts by
helpe of the company alsoe that came in the sayd skiff (who were alsoe
commanded by the sayd Whitby to helpe rafte the same) the sea ranne soe
high and was soe violent that it tore the roapes and empty butts that bore up
the sayd rafte for that they broke loose twice before the sayd rafte and wines
thereon could bee brought to the sayd shipp side videlicet onse
about a myle off of the sayd shipp and the second tyme a little distance
from the sayd shipp videlicet at or neere the sayd shipps side and saith that about tenn of the clock at night
the Company of the sayed shipps boate and skiffe having with the helpe
of severall other shipps boates who came to assiste them gotten neere
the sayd shipp ffreindshipp the storme was then soe violent that the sayd shipp
heaved soe high by the forse thereof that the sayd boate and rafte was
not able to lye by the side thereof to lade the sayd wines into the sayd
shipp, but the roapes by violense of the sea brake, and all the wines upon the
sayd rafte except one butt perished. although the Company of the
sayd shipp did both with creeping with greylings and sweeping with roapes doe their utmost endeavour to save the same, which dammage
had not happened if the sayd Whitby had not forsed the sayd shipps company
to raft the sayd wynes, this hee deposeth being present and one of the Company of
the sayd shipps boate And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 7th hee saith that hee knoweth that the roapes wherewith the sayd wines
were slung and rafted were fetched by the sayd boates company
by the order of the sayd Whitby from the place where hee bought them
or had at least provided them for that purpose, And saith they were broke
and the wine in question lost by reason of the violense of the sea and the
said Whittbies forseing the sayd shipps Company to rafte the same and not by any
neglect of the sayd shipps company or for want of any endeavour of
theirs to save the same And further hee cannot depose/

To the 8th hee saith that hee well knoweth that in on the afternoone of the day that
the wines aforesayd were so rafted to goe a board the ffreindshipp, the company
of the Olive Branch being alsoe a shoare to rafte wines to goe a board the sayd
shipp did departe without rafteing any, by reason of the ruffenes of the sea as
hee bleweth, it not being then fitt weather then to rafte wines, And further to this article
hee cannot depose./

To the rest of the articles the sayd allegation hee is not examined
by direction of the producent./

To the Interrogatories./ [CENTRE HEADING]