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did about an hower and a halfe after she soe came ashore carrye theSkipper
of the said ship the Saint Jacob from shore aboard the said
shippe and thereby knoweth [?XXX] and sawe that they had
noe Pilot at all then abord at the tyme arlate Et alr nescit deponere.
Ad 4um nisi ex relacone aliorum nescit deponere
Ad 5um deponit et dicit that the ship the Phillippe arlate
at and before the tyme arlate was laid up ashoare in a convenient
sand usuall place for and as an emptie shippe and as out of
imployment (haveing finished her voyage) And saith hee
was soe laid up in such a place as in all probability
was out of the way of deoeing or receaving any wrong, and
had soe layen by the space of 10. or 11 weekes next before
that. reddens racionem scientia se hua this deponent seeing
the said ship the Phillip when shee soe came in as aforesaid
from her voyage last made, into the place predeposed
and knoweing the said place to bee convenient as is
predeposed. Et alr necit deponere.
Ad 6um deponit that hee this deponent did see the shippe
the Saint Jacobe arlate (after such tyme as shee had bin ashore
as is arlate as this deponent ws credibly informed) and
saith shee came to An Anchor in the Middle of the chauncell
of the said River of Thames in a faire birth and in such
a place as this deponent saith hee hath often seene ships
of tweice the Burthen of the said ship the Saint Jacob ride
with serenity and conveniencye without doeing or receaveing
any damage Et alr nescit deponere
Ad 7. et 8. deponit et dicit that the Company aboard the
said ship the Saint Jacob for want of skill and iudgement
did (as this deponent saith) haile theire said shipp ashore
and come aground on the North side of the River of Thames
neare unto the place whereat the said shipp the Phillip arlate lay
(notwithstanding that they were come with her to An Anchor
as aforesaid in the said channell where shee might have continued
and whilest it was twoe foote and a halfe att Ebb as is arlate
And saith, that noe Sea man or Pilot whatsoever by the
Custome of the said River of Thames may or ought
to bring any shipp laden (att an Ebbing Water especially)
upon the North side of the said Reiver neare the place arlate
The premisses he deposeth hee this deponent liveing as
aforesaid neare the said place and is and hath bin conversant
by his trade upon the said River for theise 20.ty yeares last
past whereby hee knoweth the same to bee one, besides hee
saith dureing all the said time hee never sawe any shippe
laden (as the Saint Jacob was) come or was hailed a shore at
that place unlesse by extraordinary extremitye and stresse of
weather - Et alr nescit deponere.