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the Company of the hare understanding that the hope was bound for London promised
to Convoy her, whereupon the Master of the Hope for avoyding the Dunkirke frigots
and for Company did assent to goe with them, and so stayed not att Harwich
but departed for London with the sayd pilott still on board, And it was in a morning
and the Hare, Ketch and hoy lead the way and the Hope followed them. And in
the afternoone of that day the sayd hare Pinke ketch and hoy being still
on head of the Hope came upon certayne sands off of Colchester, And
the sayd vessells came allso upon the sayd sands and fastned there, And her master
and Company of this deponents sight and knowledge used their utmost endeavor
to gett her off. but could not. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 15th and 16th articles he saith that the sayd Hare pinke soone after she came
upon the sayd Sands brake in peices and was lost, and her Company having but
a small boat and having about thirty two men on board endeavoured to gett the
boat of the Hope, which the Master and Company of her would not part with
and so they endeavoured all that was possible to gett their shipp off, and plyed the
pumpe, and went not to shoare till being past hope and being in feare
to loose their boat by the Company of the Hare, they the sayd Master and
Company of the Hope together with four of the Hares Company that had
gotten into their boat did in the same boat gett to shoare, And otherwise
he cannot depose saving that the sayd shipp Hope had taken in much water
upon the sayd sands before her Master and Company went ashoare as aforesayd
To the 17th. and 18th articles he saith that the sayd shipp came upon the sayd sands about fower
leagues from the shoare, and there was noe towne neere to the place, and only one
poore howse whither the sayd four persons of the Pinkes Company and the Master and Com
pany of the hope came about midnight, and they enquired for helpe to gett their
shipp from the Sands but could heare of none, but within a day or two heard that
some fishermen had gotten the Hope from the Sands and that she was gone for London
whither the sayd Barnhide this deponent and other his mates went to find her And
he saith That att the tyme of the sayd disaster upon the sands all the foresayd goods
laden as aforesayd att Quinsburgh were on board the sayd shipp, and came after
wards to London, and there of this deponents sight were all delivered to the
persons to who the same were consigned (the fore mentioned bundle of hempe
sold att Christian=Sankt as aforesayd onely excepted) [#]
[#] and except some oares
[GUTTER ?and] Clapboard which
[GUTTER XXX] ffishermen
[GUTTER XXX] and tooke out of
[GUTTER ?the] Hope as he beleiveth
Jan XP MARK Peterson
And further deposeth not.
To the xixth. Article he saith that all and singular the dammages which
befell the sayd goods were caused by the fury and violence of the
foresayd stormes and tempests; and by the disaster upon the forementioned sands
and not by or through the neglect wilfulnes or default whatsoever of the
sayd Martin Barnhide or his shippes Company, which this deponent
being Carpenter of the sayd shipp and sayling in her as aforesayd well knoweth
to be true, And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the last he saith That his foregoeing deposition is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first second and third Interrogatories This Rendent saith he kept noe Journall of the
foresayd particulars, but well remembreth them as is easy to doe after so short a tyme
it being but his last voyage. And saith he expecteth nothing whatsoever to come of
this suit or freight thereby demanded, because he hath receyved ten [??Rijx GUTTER]
dollars for the halfe voyage att Quinsburgh and not returning in the sayd
shipp back agayne is not to have any more, nor expecteth any thing [XX GUTTER]
allso saith that all or most of the hempe aforesayd was wett and damnifyed
and some oares and Clapboards were missing att the delivery but how
many he knoweth not, but beleiveth the sayd Fishermen had them. And saith
that the sayd Barnhide and Company lost their sayd vessell upon the Sands
aforesayd. And further saving his foregoeing deposition he cannot other[?wise GUTTER]
than negatively depose or answere
Jan XP [MARKE] Peterson