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Ad 12um se ad sched pred And saith hee was present when
the [?XXX] arlate tooke the veine of the Anchor and place arlate

Ad 13um deponit et dicit that at the tyme arlate the Easter
most Anchor of the shipp the Phillip arlate had a buoye
with a sufficient buoye Rope fastned unto it And the said
Buoye dod usually beare up at three quarters tyde - which
hee knoweth hee this deponent well observeing the
same then and att severall tymes as hee passed by with
his wherry in the said Riber Et alr nescit deponere

Ad 14um nescit deponere.

Ad 15um deponit et dicit that at the
time arlate videlicet within an hower and a halfes space
after such tyme as the ship the Saint Jacob was haled ashore
upon the hole aforesaid the arlate Hance Claeson Skipper
of the said shippe came aboard this deponents wherry
and was rowed by him and his contest to his said shipps
side, And saith that at such tyme as the said Claeson
came abord his shippe hee tooke this deponents
boat hooke and therewith felt up and downe to
knowe whether or noe the ship the Saint Jacob sate upon
the said ship the Phillips Anchor, but he saith that
after a little space the said Claeson found the said
Anchor and perceaved that his said ship was cleare
thereof, and did thereupon call out in dutch (which this
deponent well understandeth) to his company in a great
deale of ioy and told them that his ship was cleare of
and did not touch the said Anchor. premissa deponit
hee this deponent being then abord the said dutch shippe
and seeing the said Anchor cleere and free from
touching the said shippe as aforesaid and saith
that the same was then at the least 3 foot distant from
the said shippe Et alr nescit

Ad ult dicit predepoita per de vera./

Ad Interria./ [CENTRE HEADING]

dt Smith

Ad Interrum jum rendet quad benit ragatus per
Magra Hussey and testifi{XX] in hac causa, et quod gecet
partibus [?XXX] et daret victorrius he ut se in sua
esset potestate conferra. Et alr rendet negative

Ad 2um rendet negative saveing that hee saith
that there was a buoye to the Anchor interrogated at the
tyme interrogated but the same was overlaid and bore
downe by the ship the Saint Jacobs lying upon it And
further saith the same buoye is there now as it was
at the tyme interrogated.