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To the 18th article he saith that so farr as he saw or could observe there was [?not GUTTER]
any goods taken out of the Hope from her coming from Elsineur
to the tyme of her being lost on the Sands as aforesayd the sayd bundle
of hempe excepted disposed off in Norway as aforesayd. And otherwise
he cannot depose.
To the 19th. article he saith he knoweth for the Reasons aforesayd that all the
dammage which happened to or befall the goods and lading of the sayd
shipp from her departure from Elsineur to her grounding in and
uppon the sayd sands did happen by reason of the foresayd violent
Storme upon the Coast of Jutland and by her such disastrous
comeing upn the sayd Sands, and not by or through the negligence
or default of her Master and Company who did all of them doe [?their GUTTER]
respective dutyes with great diligence of the sight and observance
of him this deponent who allso (being a Passenger as aforesayd
did give them the best assistance he could. And otherwise
he cannot depose.
To the last he saith his deposition is true.
To the Crosse Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the 1st Interrogatory he saith he was onely a Passenger in the sayd shipp and kept noe
Journall of the severall passages aforesayd and yet can very easily remember
them. And further otherwise than negatively cannot depose.
To the 2. Interrogatory hee saith that the hempe laden in the sayd shipp did as
he beleiveth receyve dammage by being wett. And further saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot depose.
To the 3d Interrogatorye he referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
and further or otherwise cannot answer
Jan pollo [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor
Godolphin: one of the Judges et cetera.
The first of Aprill 1656.
Betson against dixon.}
Examined upon an allegation on the behalfe of the sayd
Betson, given in 29° Martij ult.
Robert Harrigate of New-Castle Mariner, aged 33 yeares
or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first, second and third articles of the said allegation hee saith and deposeth that
hee well knoweth the arlate Thomas dixon and saith that for all that
time arlate hee the said Tomas was master of the vessell the Mary of
New Castle. mentioned in the said article and as master had her charge
and governance of her, and for such was commonly accompted and reputed
And saith that within the said tiyme and more especially in or about the
beginning of March of the yeare 1654 namely about thirteene monethes since [XXX GUTTER]