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Eo diem die super allegation pred ex parte
Rowland. Willson Hussey et al dat




Johannes Ledman de Lymehouse parochia de
Stepney in Comitatu Middlesex Joyner aetatis 54 annorum
aut eo circiter testis productus et iuratus
deponit ut sequitur. videlicet.

Ad primum 2. et 3um arlos deponit
that hee hath heard and bin credibly informed that
the Custome of the River of Thames is and hath bin as is arlate
Et alr salvis infrascriptis nescit deponere.

Ad 5um deponit that at the tyme arlate the shippe thee
Phillip was laied up in a convenient place ashore
as an emptie ship and out of imployment shee haveing
finished her voyage about two moneths before the damage
in question happened And saith shee laie in such a place
as usually shee had done before, after the accomplishment
of severall voyages made by her, and soe as hee saith in all
probabilitie shee might neither doe or receave any wronge
to or from and ship whatsoever, which hee knoweth he this
deponent liveing close upon the place where the said ship
the Phillip now lyeth and hath soe lived there by the
space of these 16. yeares last past. Et alr salvis infrascriptis
nescit deponere.

Ad 8im et 9um arlos deponit et dicit that hee this deponent
hath observed for all the tyme by him next predeposed
that noe Pilot or Seaman that is acquainted with the
River of Thames arlate hath att any time brought
a shippe that is deepe laden (as the ship the Saint Jacob at
the tyme arlate was) upon an Ebbing water up the River
of Thames on the Northside thereof as is arlate And
saith that it is the Common Custome within the said River
observed that noe Pilot or Sea man doeth or ought to
hale or bring a laden ship a shore untill such
time as they have ridden one tyde in the River of Thames
att an Anchor in the Channell thereof and then at
Lowe water to vewe and inspect the birth or place
where they or hee intends to bring or [?pule] their said shipp
ashore to the end that they may discover such place
to bee voyd of such inconveniences as is arlate. Et
alr nescit deponere.