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Ad [?2um] salvis predepoita nescit et neg rendet
Ad 3um rendet affirmative
Ad 4um salvis predepoita se nescit rendere.
Ad 5um rendet affirmative.
Ad 6um remdet that hee did not see the ship the Saint Jacob interrate
at the very instant att her Running ashore nor till it was
2 or 3 howers after and saith the said ship soe came ashore
at Dickshore at the tyde of Ebb and when the water was
gome [?welingh] 3 foote. Et alr refereno se ad predepoita
Ad 7um rendet negative
Ad 9um rendet quad refert se ad schedula in hac causa
[?exta] et in 12th arlo Allegationis ex parte dra Willson
et al dat mentionat. And saith that the Anchor interrate
was and is the very same that was at the said shippe the
Phillip at the tyme of happening of the damage
in question, which hee knoweth liveing close by the said place at
dickshore and seeing the same lye drie att every tyde. Et
alr nescit rendere
John Ledman [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
eadem quarto Aprilis 1650. [CENTRE HEADING]
Super allegationis pred examinatus.
William Hooke servus et Apprenticius Richard
Hussee partis producon in hac causa aetatis sua 19
annorum aut eo circiter testis productis et
iuratus deponit ut sequitur
Ad 4um arlum dicta Allegationis deponit et dict that
hee this deponent being in the Gallarie of the
house of his said Master Mr Hussee anout 6 or 7
weekes since together with his contest John Badge did
see the shippe the Saint Jacob arlate come aground off
Cuckold Point arlate before such tyme as shee came
ashore at Dickshore where hee saith shee was and
remained soe aground by the space of about one hower
whereby hee saith hee is confident the said shippe the
Saint Jacob did receave much damage and hurt
reddens rationem scientia se ut supra. Et alr nescit deponere
saveing that hee saith that the said ship did as hee
conceaveth soe runne ashore as aforesaid by the reason
that shee had neither a Pilot nor any other abord her
that did knowe or was acquainted with the River of Thames
or how to conduct a laden ship up the said River as they ought
to have done/ Et alr nescit./
Ad 5um deponit that the shippe the Phillip arlate att
the tyme arlate was laied up in a very convenient and
fitt place in the said River of Thames, And had soe layen