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To the 11th Interrogatorie and the schedule therein mentioned hee saith hee
cannot depose and thing thereto./
John Maxfeild [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The eleaventh of Aprill 1657.
On the behalfe of Albert Lemmerman}
and others of Amsterdam touching the}
Saint Jacob, Arent Marinis master.}
John Harris of Rie in the County
of Sussex Mariner, aged 60 yeeres
or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the
shipp the Saint Jacob interrogated laden with tobacco, sugar,
sumack, and elephants teeth and other goods arived
about fifteene monethes since neere Arundell in Sussex where
her master and company were forced to run her (having sprung
a leake) ashore, which hee knoweth seeing her before and after
such her comming ashore, and saith her master was commonly
called Arent Marinis.
To the second and third hee saith that upon the said running of the said
shipp a ground neere the place a foresaid the said master and
most of his company came ashore and used every meanes and
diligence for preservation of her and her lading, and the next morning began
to take goods out of her, and provided boates and carts to carry
away the said shipps lading to preserve and lay it up
for the owners use, which hee knoweth being one of those that were
imployed therein by the said master, and helping to take out some
of the said goods. And saith that while the said master and company
with the help they had got were the said next morning actually
taking out of goods from the said shipp for their preservation, and
had carts and boates by the said shipps side readie to carry them away,
one called mr howe (said to be steward to the earle of Arundell)
came downe to the said place to the shipps side, and this deponent
speaking to him and saying, hee thought the best anchor and
cable were due to my lord of Arundell for groundage, to which the
said mr howe answered and said, if the best anchor and cable are
due to my lord, the whole shipp and lading are due to him, and
therefore I seize upon all, or words to the same effect, And
otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fourth hee saith that upon the said howes first comming
the said master being aboard, went by this deponents advise
ashore to speake to him to be a meanes to protest the shipp and lading,
but what hee said unto him, this examinate knoweth not, for hee
staid aboard and went not ashore with the master, but before
the said masters going ashore hee called out of the said shipp to the
said mr howe and told him hee should have the best anchor and cables
Lord of Arundell
John Harris (of Rie, Mariner, aged 60; deponent)
mr howe (said to be steward to the earle of Arundel
Arent Marinis master
PROB 4/19297 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Harris, Edmond, of Rye, Sussex, esq. 21 January 1679
PROB 11/359/78 Will of Edmund Harris, Mayor of Rye, Sussex. 16 January 1679