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a Custome upon and In the River of Thames arlate
that noe Marriner or Master of any ship whatsoever
ought to come up into the River of Thames with his shipp
laden without a Pilot abord the said ship, as the said
Hance Claeson and Company did at the tyme aforesaid
Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 5um deponit that at the tyme arlate the ship
the Phillip was layed ashore in a convenient place
close by the wharfe of the producent Mr Hussey and
were shee was out of the way of doeing or receaveing
any harme as much as possibly could bee. And soe
had there bin for the space of about 2 Moneths
as hee remembreth before the damage arlate
happened Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 7um deponit that hee this deponent did see the
shipp the Saint Jacob arlate after shee was ashore
on the North side of the River arlate beare the ship
the Phillip arlate Et alr salvis infrascriptis nescit

Ad 8um deponit that it is against the custome of the River of Thames and not usuall for any Pilot
or Marriner whatsoever to bring his shippe up into
the said River as is arlate and there hale her ashoare
in the place arlate, where the Company of the Saint
Jacob arlate did endeavour to haile theire said ship
ashoare. The premisses hee deposeth because hee
this deponent hath frequented the said River as a Water
man thereof by the space of theise 14. teene yeares
and upwards and thereby knoweth the premisses
to bee true as is predeposed Et alr nescit./

Ad 9. et 10um. deponit et dicit that it is the usuall
custome observed in the river of Thames arlate that
any Pilot or skillfull Seaman whatsoever which
bringeth up a ship laden thereunto, first to cast
Anchor in the channell of the said River and
there to remaine and stay one tyde and then att
lowe water to take a veiwe and inspection
of such place as they doe intend to make use of in bringing and haling their said
shippe ashore to the end that they may discover
whether the said place is cleere of such inconveniences
as are arlate And saith the said Companie