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Ad 4um that hee hath credibly heard that the said shipp the Saint
Jacob did not long before he comeing aground at Dickshore
aforesaid through the unskillfulnes of her Master and for
want of a Pilot rann ashore as is arlate Et aliter
nescit salvis infrascripts.

Ad 5um deponit the shipp the Phillip arlate att the tyme arlate
was laid up ashore in a convenient place from doeing
or receaving any hurt or damage, and for and as
an emptie ship (as indeed shee was) haveing finished her
voyage. where hee saith shee had soe lyen by the space of
at least three monethes and upwards next before the premisses
redens rationem scientia sua hee this deponent well knoweing
the place where the said ship was soe laid up and the
tyme when shee soe came in thither Et alr nescit deponere

Ad 6 et 7um deponit et dicit that ymediatly before the said ship
the Saint Jacob arlate was haled and came ashoare at Dickshore
arlate shee did ride att Anchor in the Middle of the channell
of the said River of Thames in a place where this deponent
saith that shipps of more then twice her burden have and
doe now att this instant ride and remaine and have soe usually
done from tyme to tyme in which place if the said ship the
Saint Jascob had continued she might as hee saith without doubt have bin
safe from doeing or receaving and wrong and damage
but hee saith the said ships Company not being content
therewith went to hale her ashoare as is arlate upon the
North side of the saidd River neere unto the shippe the
Phillip arlate att such tyme as the tyde of ebb
was fallen allmost 3 ffoot. The premisses hee
deposeth hee this deponent seeing the same soe had
and done as aforesaid Et alr salvis infrascripts nescit

Ad 8um deponit that this deponent for all the tyme
of his knowledge of the River of Thames as aforesaid
never sawe or heard of any seaman Pilot or Marriner
whatsoever that would as did offer to bring a shipp upp
the said River Laden att an Ebbing tyde on the North side
of the said River, And hee saith it is against the continued
Custome of the said River for any Sea man or Marriner
whatsoever to bring a ship laden to bee haled ashore at
dickshore arlate the said place being an Elboe or corner
of the River and only for empty shippes to be laid upp
in reddens rationem scientia sua ut supra. Et alr nescit

Ad 9um deponit et dicit that by the Ordinary use and
Custome of the River of Thames arlate Noe Pilott
or Seaman Whatsoever doeth at any tyme bring any [?shipp] [?XXX]
and endeavour to haile her ashore there, Untill such time as