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To the 9.th hee saith that the said Ship Consent at the time
of her sitting upon the Phenix her Anchor as aforesaid
was an old, Rotten, Ship, and had layne there (as this
deponent was informed) about Eleaven monethes, and
saith that noe Ship ought to ride moored soo long by her
owne Cables without men sufficient on board her to Veere
and hale her, unlesse the ship ride at a Chaine, or behawld
ashore, And further hee cannot depose:/:

To the 10th hee saith that after the said Ship Consent had sat
upon the said Phenix her Anchor. the said arlate Swire or some
Imployed by him, did hawle her into a very inconvein
=ent place, which caused her to lye a long, and to make
such a hill that the wight of the water that was in
her was enough to Carry her Bilge out as he beleeveth
And further he saith hee cannot depose:/

To the Interrogatories: [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith that Mr Church required him to come
and Testify the truth of his knowledge in this Cause,
And to the rest negatively to every part:/.

To the 2d hee saith hee doth not nowe remember the day
of the moneth or weeke that the Phenix came in to the River
of Thames and Lay at Anchor in the River
nor remembreth howe many Tydes or howere the Phenix
lay there, before the said Damage happened to the Consent,
but as hee thinketh she had lay at Anchor there about six dayes
before the said damage came, and further cannot Answer
saving as aforesaid:.:/

To the third hee saith hee was aboard the Phenix when
she tooke up her birth in the said place, and to the rest
hee saith hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and Otherwise negatively:/:

To the fourth hee answereth negatively saving as aforesaid.

To the 5th hee saith that the said Ship the Phenix her Anchor:?s
lay neerest north and South all the time the Phenix rode
at the said place, and saith that Captaine Swire did
before the damage happened to his said Ship, Come
to the side of the Phenix, and desired the Company
of her to Carry their Northerne Anchor further
out, but answer was made that it was farr enough
out for the Phenix to ride by, and that the Phenix did
and Could winde well enough as it Lay or to that effect
and further cannot answer otherwise than negatively/

To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and further cannot Answer:

To the 7.th hee saith that the dammage which happened to the
said ship by her sitting on the said Anchor, happened neere
Wapping, And saith that there is noe Chaine thereabouts
that this deponent knoweth of and further cannot answer saving
as aforesaid:/.