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Master abord her at such tyme as she came ashire at
Dickshore as aforesaid, hee this deponent and his contest
Robert [?Xemeik] then calling to the said shipp the Saint Hacobs Company And
demanding of them where there Pilot and Master was in regard that
they had soe negligently ranne ashore as aforesaid to
which they answered they had [neyther] Pilot or Master abord them. Et ar.
salvis infrascripts nescit deponere.

Ad 5um deponit that the shipp the Phillip arlate at
the tyme arlate was and had laien ashore in a
convenient place for an Emptie ship; and as a ship
out of present employment, (haveing lately before that finished
her voyage) shee was soe laied up as in all probabilitie
shee could not doe or receive any hurt or damage from
or to any other shippe. In which place the said ship had
soe layen and continued before the time arlate by the space
of two moneths and upwards premissa deponit ex
propriys visu et scientia hee this deponent seeing the
said ship the Phillip when shee came in and was laid
up at Dickshore as is predeposed Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 6um nescit deponere

Ad 7um deponit that at such tyme as the said ship the Saint Jacob
arlayte came ashore as is arlate the water was as hee saith
at the tyde of at least two foot and a halfe Ebbe which hee
knoweth because hee this deponent was present and sawe
the said ship come ashore as is predeposed. Et alr nescit

Ad 8um deponit that dureing all the tyme of this deponents knowledge
of and useing the said River of Thames he saith hee never
knewe ant ship[ Laden (as the ship[ the Saint Jacob arlate was at
the tyme arlate) brought up the said River by any Pilot or
seaman to bee hailed ashore at Dickshore as is arlate
att an ebbing tyde. And saith that it is the
Usuall Custome of all Pilots and skillfull seamen useing the
said River and intending to hale or bring theire shipp
ashore to come first to an Anchor in the Channell or the said
river, and there remaine one tyde, and at lowe water looke
into and taje notice of such place where they soe intend there
said shipp shall soe be brought ashore, to the end that they may
discover whether the same bee cleare and voyde of such
inconveniences as is arlate, which order this deponent saith the
said shipp the Saint Jacob did not of his knowledge observe reddens ra[cionem]
scientia sua ut supra. Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 10um deponit et dicit that notwithstanding the premisses
next before predeposed the Company of the said shipp
the Saint Jacob very carelessly and negligently
runne theire said ship ashore without soe much as ever