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Ad 10um et 11um deponit et dicit that hee this deponent
comeing up from debtford in a Wherry (upon or
about the tyme arlate (ut [?recoht]) to come home to his
owne house against which hee saith the said ship the Saint Jacob laye
And saith that the Company of the said shippe through
theire want of skill or by neglect had
2 or 3 howers before the said time runne theire said
ship a shoare upon the very brinke of a hole out of
which lighter men use to take up ballast And saith
that the said shippe the Saint Jacob being soe runne
a shore and lighting upon an uneven plot of ground
did thereby susteyne damage Att which
tyme of his this deponents certaine sight and know=
ledge the Anchor of the said shipp the Phillip
did lye cleare of and was distant from the Saint Jacob by
at least 3. foots space; and was there fastned by one of her
fflookes into the chaine of the Tryangle as is arlate
insoe much that the said shipp the Saint Jacob did not
susteyne any harme or damage thereby, nor could
it afterwards appeare either by the said shipps the
Saint Jacob or by the said Anchor or Anchorstocke
belonging to the Phillip that she had soe much as
touched upon the same, which hee saith if shee had
the same would have bin easily discerned, The
premisses hee deposeth hee this deponent standing
in the Gallery windowe of his owne house and
seeing the said ship the Saint Jacob cleere of the
Phillipps Anchor as is predeposed Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 12um et ad sched eid annex deponit et dicit that the schedule arlate and now
showed unto him this deponent at the tyme of his examination
is and doeth containe a certificate of severall Masters
of shipps and shipwrights who together with this
deponent since the damage arlate did veiwe and
inspect the said Anchor and the place arlate And
saith the said schedule is subscribed with the propper
hand of him this deponent and allsoe of all the rest
of the said Masters and ship wrights therein specified
which said Certificate hee saith is true in all the contents
thereof and was soe had and done as therein is conteyned
Et alr nescit deponere

Ad Sup reliquis non examinats et cetera.


Ad primum rendet quad venit ragatus [?XX] {?XXX]
Richard Hussey ad [?testis] [?XXX] in hac causa, Et quad [?XXX XXX XXXX] [?XXXX]
victoriam ins sente se in sum potate esset [?XXXX] Et alr {?XXXX]