||Lifeboat from Titanic
||Lifeboat to Carpathia
|Horswill, Mr Albert Edward James||1||1||5.00|
Testimony of Albert Horswill
12321. (The Attorney - General.) Do you remember being ordered into the emergency boat on the starboard side? - Yes.
12322. Who ordered you to get into the boat? - The First Officer, Mr. Murdoch.
12323. Do you know Mr. Lowe? - Yes.
12324. The Fifth Officer? - Yes.
12325. Was he about at the time? - I did not see him.
12326. Then you were ordered into the boat, and did you get in? - Yes.
12327. Were there any passengers in when you got into the boat? - No, nobody at all.
12328. After you had got in, five passengers were in your boat and you were seven crew all told? - Yes.
12329. That is right. Now there was plenty of room in the boat for others? - Yes.
12330. Do you remember what the orders were that were given to the boat when she was lowered? - Yes.
12331. Will you tell me what they were? - To lower the boat and lay off the ship.
12332. And come back when called? - Yes.
12333. Let me put it to you as we have had it. Was the boat told to stand off a little way and come back when called? - That is right.
12334. Did you proceed to row a little way off? - Yes.