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of or belonging to the said ship the Phillipp the said shippe the
Saint Jacob being then at the least 3. or fower foot distant from the
same and never comming neere thereunto all the tyme that shee
lay there ashore as aforesaid. And soe much hee
saith was knowne to and found by his precontests James
Merrit and James Symms who in this deponents sight
and presence did search for the same with a boathooke And found
the said Anchor cleere as is aforesaid reddens rationem ut
supra Et alr nescit.
Ad 13um deponit that the Eastermost Anchor of the shippe
the Phillip arlate att the tyme arlate had a buoye with
as sufficient Buoy=rope fastned thereto, which hees aith
did usually beare att 3 quarters or at least at halfe tyde
The premisses hee deposeth hee this deponent seeing the
said Buoye a float ymediatly before the running a ground
of the said ship Saint Jacob there as aforesaid and likewise
after shee was gott cleare againe the next flood tyde
Et alr nescit deponere.
Ad ult dicit predepoita per ad sa vera.
Super reliquis non Examinatus et cetera.
Ad Interria [CENTRE HEADING]
Ad primum rendet quad venit ad testifiiedm in hac causa
per requascoem Richard Hussee Magri sui sed quad favet
partibus aqua quoad hanc litem et [?XXXX] victoria in henti
[?XXXX]. And saith hee is servant and apprentice to the
said Mr Hussee. Et alr nescit rendere.
Ad 2um rendet that hee was abord the shipp interrate att
the tyme interrate and was and is Cockson of her the last
voyage shee went Et alr rendet negative.
Ad 3um rendet affirmative
Ad 3um non sic deponis
Ad 5um rendet affirmative
Ad 6um rendet that hee sawe the ship the Saint Jacob at
allmost lowe water the time interrate And saith that
the said ship the Saint Jacob staied a shore there but one tyde
after her first comeing thither, and then at the
next fflood the said ship was hawled a sterne the said ship
the Phillip and there delivered all or the most part of her
ladeing. Et alr rendet negative.
Ad 7um rendet negative referenda se ad predepoita
Ad 8um alr qua predeposuit nescit rendere.
William hooke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
die pred Supra allegatione
Johannes Badge famulus et Apprenticius Richard
Hussee de Lymehouse infra parochiam de Stepney in
Comitatu Middlesex Nauta aetatis sua 18. annorum aut eo [?XXXX]