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testis productus et juratus deponit ut
sequitur videlicet.

Ad primum et 4um arlos dra allonis deponit et dicit that hee this
deponent being upon or about the time arlate in
the Gallerie belonging to the house of his said Master
Mr Hussee together with his preContest William
Hooke did see the ship the Saint Jacob arlate a shoare
att Cuckolds Point as is arlate, where hee saith shee
continewed about the space of an hower And saith
that hee is very confident that the said shipp did thereby
susteyne damage before such time as
shee came aground at Dickshoare as is heereafter specified
Et alr nescit saveing that what damage or hurt soever
the said ship did receave or susteyne the same did of
his certaine knowledge soe happen unto her by reason
of the neglect and unskilfullnes of her company abord
her and for want of a Pilot. Et alr nescit deponere
salvis infrascriptis.

Ad 5um deponit that at the tyme arlate the ship the Phillip
arlate was hald up in a place convenient and where
she hath bin used to lye after her returne from a voyage
which said place hee saith was and is quite out of the Road
or passage of any other ships, and very fitt and convenient
from doeing or receaveing any wrong. And further
deposeth that the said ship the Phillip had bin soe
laid up in the place predeposed by the space
of about two moneths ut [?recelit] next before the samage
in this cause questioned did happen unto the shipp the Saint
Jacob arlate premissa nescit se vera ex propys
visa et scientia se. Et alr nescit deponere

Ad 7um deponit that at the tyme aforesaid the Company
of the said ship the Saint Jacob being (as it seemes) very
unskillfull in bringing theire said shipp up the River of
Thames, (not being contentented to stay in the Channel
where they might safely have abided, and where shipps
of Twice her burthen did and doe dayly ride) did
without any circumspection or care runne theire
said shipp a shore at Dickshore as is arlate, which
hee lnoweth hee this deponent seeing the said shipp
ymediatly after shee was soe runne aground as
is predeposed Et aliter nescit deponere.

Ad 9um 10. et 11um deponit et dicit that att the tyme when
the Companie of the said ship the Saint Jacob [?arlate]