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To the 8th hee saith that from the time of the Departure of
the said Ship Anne from Gravesend and Untill the day of
her discharging of her last goods at Scanderoone was
about seaven monethes and three weekes and soe
long time all the foresaid mariners ought to be paid
their severall wages for which they were hyred. and
further hee cannot depose/.

To the 9th hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid./.

To the 10th hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of this

To the 11th hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true.¨

Repeated before Doctor Godolphin:/:

Joseph bond [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]

To the Interrogatories./. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the 1th hee saith that hee was Boatswaine of the said Ship Anne
the voyage in question and saith that at Ciprus
hee receaved Twenty Dollers in part for his service on
the said Ship, namely fourteene Dollers of one Mr Roger ffowke at the time of the
said Ship being there the 2d time, and the other six of his Precontest John Atkins at her
there touching in her Course homewards as aforesaid. And further hee cannot answer./

To the 2d hee hath not Deposed to the articles Interrate. further than
by report./:

To the 3d hee saith that hee well knoweth all the partyes mentioned
in the schedule Interrate and saith that Christopher Malin
John Roberts. George Southerne, Bethe?r Tinke, are in and
about London, and the other as beleeveth are gone in the States
Service: And saith they are all able And sufficient Mariners
and Seamen and fit for such places as they were put into
the said shipp./

To the 4th hee saith that hee doth not account those Seamen able
and honest-men which suffer a ship and Lading to be lost
before a faire winde, through their ignorance or Carelessnes
But saith that the winde was very high when the Anne
was driven upon the said sands, and the Seas were mighty
boysterous. Insomuch that they beate over the Deck of the
said ship with such a fforce that the Company on the Deck could
Scarce Stand upon their Leggs, and saith there were letters
saved, and brought out of the said ship, just before her
breaching in peeces, and saith the bookes of Accounts belonging
to the ship, was not brought out. but left in her, when her
Company left her. And saith that, after the said ship Struck upon
the Sands, her Company had noe time to Take any of their
owne goods (save what they had about them) but were all
busied about hoysting out their boate: and further doth not

To the fifth hee saith the said Ship Anne came from ffalmouth [?next GUTTER]