HCA 13/71 f.127r Annotate
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To the 12th and 13th articles of the sayd allegation This deponent saith, that the shipp
Hope stayd att Newcastle about a weeke as he remembreth, and there the
sayd Barnhide hired a Pilot by name John Holland to conduct his sayd shipp
for London And the sayd Pilot comeing on board brought her safe to
Harwich after about nine or ten days, whither the sayd shipp was putting
in to enquire for a Convoy, but stayed not there, for that the Hare pinke
being a small Man of warr with two other small vessells were then
conveing out bound for London, and the sayd Hares Company understanding
that the Hope was also bound thither wished there to sayle with the
sayd shipp Hope: And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the 14th. 15. and 16th articles of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that the sayd
Hare pinke and two other vessells lead the way and the Hope followed them
having her sayd Pilot still on board her, And towards the night of
the same day whereon they departed from Harwich the sayd vessells
came all suddenly and unexpectedly upon the soands called the Middle
ground and three of them stuck fast videlicet the sayd Convoy. a Dutch hoy
and the sayd shipp Hope. and the sayd Convoy or Hare pinke soone after
splitt asunder. And the master and Company of the Hope used all the
endeavour that might be to gett their shipp loose, but all in vayne. And
the Company of the Convoy finding their pinke splitt and being
many men and having but a weake boat would have gotten or
borrowed the Hopes boat which was good and strong, but the sayd Barnhide
and Company considering the great danger they were in night being now
come upon them refused to part with their boat, howbeit three or four
of the pinkes Company sprang into the sayd boat, and more would have
come in if they had not bene hindred, where upon they went off towards
the sayd hoy in their owne boat, and the master and Company of the Hope having
very great feare that they would returne and furnishing themselves
with weapons out of their pinke (which was not yet wholly sunke) and
taking the Hopes boat by force, and not seeing any probable hopes of getting
the hope loose from the sands, did goe to shoare in their boat together
with such of the Pinkes Company as came into the same as aforesayd,
and this deponent who was present and saw the premisses so happen
went ashore likewise with her.
To the 17th article he saith the sayd boat came to shoare about one of the Clock in the
night, and there was onely one poore howse there, and noe present helpe could
be heard of to gett the sayd shipp loose. And the next day Barnhide and Company
mett with advertisement that their shipp was gott off the sand and that a Fisher=
man was carrying her to London, whither they repayred. after her
And otherwise he cannot depose.