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River of Quinsborowe, all the rest of the Company having
(as aforesaid) unjustly deserted and left her, And otherwise
hee cannot Answer saving as aforesaid./.

To the 7th hee knoweth nothing thereof:

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/:

The marke of the said
John I WW Wiley [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The 8:th day of December 1657


John Makins of Dantzick Mariner aged 43 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and Examined as aforesaid

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knewe the ship Interrate
whereof the Interrate Thomas Dunn
was Master at sućh time as shee was at Quinborowe; And saith that
the said Thomas Dunn, did there repaire and Amend his said ship, And
did Imploy two or three men, (besides himselfe) about the same,
And saith that while the said shipp Lay at Quinsborowe all or most
of the said Company did Desert and leave her, and
went into the Duke of Brandenburgh his Service, and never came
againe into the Service of the said ship, And that a short time
after their Running away into the said Dukes Service, they or
some other seamen, or Souldiers of the Generall of the said Duke of
Brandenburghes ships, came aboard the said ship, and tooke
and carryed away out of her, one Anchor and Cable, And
that soone after their soe taking away the said Anchor and Cable
they did (as this Deponent hath Credibly heard, and verily beleeveth)
did basely abuse the said Dunn
and give him very bad Language, The Premisses hee deposeth
being of Quinsborowe; And otherwise hee cannot Answer not
knowing further thereof:/:

To the 2d hee saith that hee this Deponent goeing from Quinsborowe
in or about the moneth of August last for Dantzick, and afterwards
ariving at Quinsborowe in the latter end of September did there
finde and see the said ship sunck, and wholy under water,
all saving her Masts, but by what Meanes, hee knoweth not,
but well knoweth that the said Thomas Dunn did use his
best endeavour to preserve and save the said ship but seeing
it was but in vane for to weigh her, hee gave her over, she