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and carelessenes of the master and others whoe were in her did violently break the
head of the said Beniamyn and Judieth and carried away her [Boltsprit?he]
the premises he knoweth and therefore deposeth beinge one of the Company on board the
Beniamyn and Judieth arlate the time predeposed and seeinge and observing the
hurt and damage which was done by the ffortune arlate to the said Beniamine and
Judieth as is predeposed et alr nescit [?faud] videlicet That excepting the teareinge of the
ffortunes fore Bonnett she received noe hurt nor damage by the said Beniamin
and Judieth att the time predeposed

Ad 2nd arlum deponit That in this deponents Judgement and in the opinion of any Sea
man as he beleeveth It is allmost an impossible thinge That any Shipp can make
any greate way more then driveing with the tyde when her mayne Tacke is
haleinge in neither did the Beniamyn and Judieth at the tyme arlate
make any more way att the tyme predeposed then the Strength of the tyde did
affoard her et alr nescit

Ad 3rd arlum deponit et dicit That all the tyme predeposed the Shipp the Beniamin
arlate did drawe about nine or tenne foote water, but how many foote the ffortune did
drawe he cannot tell but sayeth shee appeared to be a light Shipp et alr nescit.

Ad 4th arlum nescit.

Ad 5th arlum deponit that at the tyme predeposed after the Shipp the ffortune had met with
the Beniamyn and Judieth and done her the damage predeposed She did make two
Boardes and then came on Shoare and lay there that very tyde within the space of about
halfe a myle distance of the place where shee first met the Beniamyn and Judieth as
afforesayd et alr nescit

Ad 6th arlum deponit et dicit That the Shipp the ffortune Received noe damage that
this deponent observed but onely in her fore Bonnett which was torne but had all
rest of her Sayles except her Mayne Sayle and Sprittsale left and abroad soe that
if the master and Company of the ffortune had clapt the said Shipp backe stayes they
might have carried her cleare of the Benjamyn and Judith and might have gonne farr
enough of the place where she came on shoare had the master and the Company of her
[Ocsel] theire endeaviors therein Et alr nescit

Ad 7m et 8m [?arlard] dicite allegationis deponit et dicit That the twoe Shipps arlate [?XXX]
[and] [?XXX] cleare of each other the Shipp the ffortune sayled away with all her Sayles
Maye sayles and Spritsayle excepted with her fore Bonnet onely torne as [?nocandly] and as well as before and made twoe
Boards without any Stopp or hindrance Soe that if the said Shipps Company [?either]
by comeing to an Anchor or otherwise had used any care or diligence in and about
her the Sayd Shipp needed not to have runne on Shoare in the place where she
did soe that the dammage predeposed or more if there
were any might have beene prevented et alr nescit

Ad 9m arlum deponit et dicit That the ffortune arlate appeared to be an old decayed
Shipp and fflemish Built but what the said Shipp her Tackle and ffurniture were worth
he cannot say et alr nescit

Idem ad Interrogatoria 1e loco [CENTRE HEADING]

Ad primum [?interrogatorio] et That hee hath not any relation by way of Kindred or otherwise
unto the said Thomas Martin but onely as hee was one of the Shipps Copmany as he
hath predeposed et alr [?sains] predepositis nescit deponere

Ad 2m [?XXX] predepositis in hac [?XXX]
nescit [rendere]

Ad 3m nescit [?are] [?quod] Supra [?deposuit] ad [?libellus] in eac cea ex parte Martyn dat

Signum [MARK] H [?dicti] Hugonis [?Needes]