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was by the force and fury of the said storme put back into the downes, and
thence into dover Roade, and thence shee was constrained for the safe[?guarding]
of shipp and goods to make and get into dover peere; and that in and
by meanes of the said tempest and storme the sea beate often over the said
shipp and the said vessell shipped much water, whereby it is possible
her goods may be damnified, which they depose this deponent James
ffordham being master and this deponent Colham doves being masters
mate of the said shipp, and seeing all the premisses soe happening; And
they further say that if any such dammidge [?behappened], the same was
occasioned meerly bu the said storme and tempest, and not by
neglect in the said master and company, or fault of the said shipp. And
this deponent John Quin deposeth that about tenn dayes since and
after her said being forced into dover peere hee there came aboard
her, to pilot her up for this port, and found her to bestaunch
tight and sufficient both above and under water, and soe she
continueth to this present, this deponent this day trying the[?poumpe] and finding her to be soe staunch and tight, and that shee
continued tight and staunch in her comming to this port from dover
The 23th of November 1653. [CENTRE HEADING]
Phillips and company against the}
Saint Peter, Daniel Straetman Master}
Examined upon an allegation in the acts and
schedules on the behalfe of duarte
Nunez da Costa.
Hendrick Straetman of Hamborough Mariner
stiersman of the said shipp the Peter. aged 23 yeares
or thereabouts, sworne and examined.
To the said allegation in the acts of Court and to the three schedules
therein mentioned nowe showed unto him hee saith and deposeth
that upon the seizure of the said shipp the Peter and her lading
in or about the 28th of October last betwixt the Ile of Wight and
[?Beversey] by Captaine Harrington and companie, the master of the
said shipp the Peter Daniel Straetman was commannded by the said
man of warre to hoyst out his boate and come aboard the man of
warr, upon which commannd the said Daniel caused his boate to bee
hoysted out, and while the same was doing hee went to his
chest and tooke out his papers and bills of lading and of this deponents
sight and knowledge carried them in a [?net] and a tinn box with him
into the said boate and therewith went aboard the said man of warr
where hee was detained prisoner, for hee came not back againe aboard