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Primo die mensis Aprilis 1640 [EDITOR: Clearly an error for 1650] [CENTRE HEADING]

[?XXXXX] examinationis [?XXXX] ad perpertua rei}
memoria [?pro?XXXX] per [?Henrit] [?Abortsin]}
et [?sonos] Proprietaros navis the Love}
cums datis Abertson est Magister et}
con ffooke [?Henere] Bathurst et [?Brodericke]}
[?in] [?Specia] alios omnes quo sequitur in genera in
[?situa] aut [?interesse] in detta name [?XXXX] et cetera}
Suckley. Smyth}



Claus Johnson de Kackehowsen in
Hollandia Nauta ubi mora fecit per [?XXXXX]
vitea sua [?spacum] [?abXX] [?oxtus] aetatis 50 annorum
aut circiter testis in hac causa productus et nescit
deponit ut sequitur./

Ad primum arlum dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That within the time arlate
Henry Albertson arlate and his Company were and are commonly reputed and taken
to be the lawfull owners and Proprietors of the Shipp the Love alias Charitie arlate
reddens rationem scie[?XX] sua ffor that within the time predeposed the said Henrick
Albertson did hyre this deponent being then at haver de Grace in ffrance for his Mate for a voyage to goe from thence
untill the said sShipps returne to Amsterdam Et alr

Ad secundum arlum dcitae allehationis deponit That within one of the monethes hapning
within the yeare 1649 arlate whilst the said Shipp the Love did remaine
at Pharo in the Kingdome of Portugall one Henrick Johnson as factor
for the arlate William Horner Samuell ffoote William Bathurst and Company
did hire the said Shipp to freight and to Lade figgs at Pharoe to be brought thence
to this Port of London Et alr salvis infrascriptis nescit

Ad 3um arlum dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That after the said parties
before mentioned theire ffactor or Agent had caused the said Ladeing of ffiggs
to be put on board the said Shipp to be transported as is arlate The said Shipp
for any things appeared by her wither to this deponent or any other was tight
staunch and strong for the performance of the voyage arlate And sayeth That
for the [?XXXX] securitie and better conduct of the said Shipp and Ladeing homewards
the said ffactor or Agent did putt a Pilott on board the said Shipp but sayeth
That notwithstandinge the said ffactors care and provedence therein the said
Shipp comeinge over the Barr at Pharoe about the tyme arlate was putt
on ground and was there stucke and was in danger there to have beene
left but that by reason of the [?XXXXXssinge] of the Tyde and Industry of the
Master and Company she was gotten safely of and soe preserved that she went
to sea Et alr salvis infrascriptis nescit

Ad 4um arlum dicte allegationis deponit et dicit That by reason of the said Shipps
strikeing and beateing her selfe upon the Batt at Pharoe before she gott of
thence rge said Shipp was thereby made soe leaky and bruised in her Tymbers
and body of her that the Master and Company on board the said Shipp were constreyned
for the safetie of the said Shipp form sinckeing to remove the goods and to cutt the [?seaXXXges] of her to [?XXX] and supply the
defects and brakes which shee received by strikeinge uppon the Barr as afforesaid
Et alr nescit salvis infrascriptis nescit