HCA 13/71 f.146r Annotate
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this deponent assisted his master and precontest Roger Warner to
[?XXXX] Cornelius Peterson master of the shipp the wildeman arlate
aboard his shipp, which they found riding at anchor in the river of
Thames before Greenwich and went aboard her, and were there informed that
shee came there to an anchor that night, having lost her tide and soe
being forcd there to stop to attend the tide of flood. And then and there
hee sawe fishermen busie on both sides the shipp in pulling
up and cutting their weeles, their rope being fowle of a
flooke of the Wildemans anchor; a matter which hee conceiveth the
companie of the wildeman could not help, who as hee heard both
then and the English pilote they had aboard say, did not knowe
of the said ropes or weeles till that morning, and assoone as they
had notice they used all diligence for cleering and to avoide the
fishermans dammage, and this deponent sawe them very helpfull and
industrious to cleare the said wedles, some of them going into the boates
to the fishermen to that purpose, and all seemd much troubled that
any dammage should happen albeit they could not help it, comming
to anchor in an usuall place in the midst of the river where shipps upon
like occasion usually ride, which hee knoweth having used the river as
a watermans apprentise almost three yeares. And further hee saith that
this deponent sawe noe buoy or rockes whereby any shipp might take
notice to avoid the,. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the second hee saith hee can speake English and noe other language, and
that hee hath noe relation to the said shipp or master, and otherwise negatively
saving as aforesaid.
The marke of
Nicholas [MARKE: A CROSS] [MARKE, RH SIDE]
Repeated before doctor Godolphin.
The 8th of May 1656.
Exámined upon the foresaid allegation.
Crosse against the shipp the}
Francis Hynde of the parish of Saint Buttolphs without
Algate London citizen and Marchant-tailer of London
aged 56 yeeres or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the second árticle of the said allegation and schedule annexed (now read unto him) hee saith and deposeth
that hee this deponent hath bin a Brewers clarke theise 30 yeares
last or thereabouts and is soe at present, and thereby is well acquainted wuth
the prices and valewes of all sorts of beere and caske, and well knoweth
that in and for all all the monethes of the yeere 1652, thirtie nine
shillings was the ordinary, usuall and vendible rate and price of Sea
beere per tonne one tonne with another, and soe much it was well worth
without caske being allowed into the rate, and saith that sea-beere is
better brewed and of greater charge in brewing than other beere; and that