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On the same day

Rp. 2

haion Jonson of housum aforesaid Carpenter
of the shipp the Peter allegate, aged about
40ty yeares, a wittnes sworne before the sayd
Doctor Godolphin, deposeth as followeth

To the first and second articles he deposeth and saith
that the arlate James Lordell and Company were and
are the true and lawfull Owners and Proprietors
of the arlate shipp the Peter of howsam and of her
tackle, apparrell and furniture, and that there were
laden aboard the sayd shipp at Dram in Norway for the account of the
arlate Mr John ffreeman and Company to the
number of (about) 3 thousand deales, and (about) eighty
great peices of timber and some other balkes and afees
And the said lading (was consigned to be delivered here
at this port of London unto the said Mr ffreeman
and Company The premisses he deposeth for that he
the deponent was Carpenter of the sayd shipp in
two former voyages the before this last, wherein she
came to the damage allegate, and that thereby he came
to know the sayd Lordell and ffreeman,./

To the third article he deposeth that the sayd shipp in
her course from Dram towards this port of London
with her sayd lading did on or about the eleaventh of
September last past in the night time strike upon the
Sand northward of Yarmouth, and that thereby the sayd
shipp became soe leaky, that the Master and company
of her did for the preservation of their lives, shipp and
goods runne ashoare the next morning at or near Crommer
arlate, and that the sayd shipps company did all three come
safe ashoare, and that the Inhabitants of the sayd place
came in a violent and forceable manner and cutt the
sayd shipps sayles, tackle and furniture and tooke the
same away, and alsoe tooke away a great part of the
sayd lading. The premisses he deposeth for that he
the deponent was present at and saw with what force
and inhumanity the Inhabitants of or neere the sayd
place did take away and purloyne the sayd shipps
tackle and furniture and a great part of her goods
or lading predeposed of, And further he cannot depose

To the last he saith his former deposition is true

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