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The third day of January 1654 old Style CENTRE HEADING]

de haze and Stock owners of the Successe against the}
vessell the dove Walter Cable Master Suckley Smith}

Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the sayd
de haze and Stock./

d. Suckley

vide the first witnes in
B 4/


David Adamson of dover in the County of Kent Mariner late Master
of the shipp or vessell the Successe aged 36 yeares or thereabouts
a witnes sworne and examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the first and second articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that during all
the moneths of June July and August last 1654 and longe before the arlate
Michaell de haze and Abraham Stock were commonly accompted the true and lawfull
owners and Proprietors of the vessell the Successe and her tackle apparrell and furniture
and this hee beleeveth and indeede knoweth for that the sayd de haze and Stock did
constitute and make this deponent Master of her for the voyage in question, and alsoe
for that this deponent by the appointment and order of the sayd de haze and Stock
did goe Master of the sayd vessell in ffebruary last past on a voyage from dover to Rochell
and at his returne did make his Accompt to the sayd de haze and Stock and noe
others as his true and lawfull Owners of the sayd vessell And further saith that hee
well knoweth that about the latter end of July last the sayd vessell the Successe
arrived at Newcastle upon Tyne and there continued untill the 4th of August last
in which tyme shee tooke in her ladeing there which constituted of Seacoals
laden for the proper Accompt of the sayd de haze and Stock And hee knoweth
them to bee the true Owners of the sayd Coales for that hee did by their order
receive of one Mr Nicholls of Newcastle their factor or Agent there, money
to pay for the sayd Coales, and such other money as hee this deponent stoode neede
of for his necessary use in the sayd voyage, and hee this deponent with the sayd
money did accordingly pay for the sayd ladeing of Coales And further saving
his subsequent deposition hee cannot depose./

To the third 4th and 5th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith and deposeth that the
sayd vessell the Successe being fully laden, and on the sayd 4th day of August cleered
at the Custome house at Newcastle of all payments there due hee this deponent and company
did set sayle in her with her sayd ladeing on board on the sixth day of August last
intending to goe for the Port of dover but in their course thitherward as a place
called the well the sayd vessell the Successe being then in about 11 fathom water and the
winde blowing a prettie stiff gale South or south and by East about two of the clock
in the morning of the eighth day of August this deponent and others of his Company
being upon the deck of the vessell the Successe this deponent espied a vessell or shipp
(which afterwards proved to be the vessell the dove in this cause complayned of)
comming before the winde and steering her course directly upon the broadside of
the Successe And this deponent and others of his Company then on deck seeing her
the shipp dove come soe desperately toward them cried out unto the Company
of the dove and desyred them to goe cleere of the vessell Successe which
they might easily have done of they had pleased but the sayd Company of the
dove made noe answere but came still right on upon the Successee which
this deponent and company seeing put the helme of their vessell Successe a Lea
and did their utmost endeavour to stay her and have preserved her and them selves
from the sayd vessell the Dove, but the sayd vessell the dove and her company
still made noe anchor but held on their course as before and carelessly or