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shipp did not nor was capable to containe 240 tonnes of ffish by at
least 30 tonnes as aforesaid, alr nescit.
Ad quartam deponit that there was stowed betweene the said shipps decks
the voyage in question from Newfound land to Saint Lucar not above the
quantitie of 130 kintalls of fish or thereabouts, and the same
did not make or containe above 6 tonnes and a halfe, and all
the rest of the said shipps lading of ffish hee saith was
as well and sufficiently stowed as it was possible to be, which
hee knoweth being one of the said shipps company the said voyage and
helping to stowe the same. alr nescit.
Ad 5 deponit that one of the beames betwixt the deckes of the said
shipp was soe rotten and insufficient that it was broken while
only the companies chests and bedds were thereupon, and before
any fish was stowed upon the same. Reddens raconem ut supra
Ad 6 deponit that the arlate Wiltshire the voyage in question went
alonge in the said shipp as masters mate and received wages for that
place, by which hee was to looke to and have a care of the stowage
of the goods on board her, alr nescit.
Ad 7 deponit that hee did not in all the said voyage heare the said
Wiltshire finde fault with or contradict the stowage of the said goods
Ad 8 deponit that the ballast in the said shipp the Jonas the voyage
in question was laded and stowed in the most usuall and convenient
place where ballast useth to be stowed, and the said shipp in her homewards
voyage did not carry above 11 tonnes of ballast at the most,
whereas a shipp of the burthen of 140 [Editor: This is a manuscript error for 240 tons] tonnes (as the said shipp the
Jonas is pretended to be) doth usually carry 30 or 40 tonnes of
ballast of this deponents knowledge reddens racionem scientia sua
ut supra, alr nescit.
Ad 9 deponit that the said Piles and company could not have removed
the two gunns arlate (if they had endeavoured the same) from abaft
and brought them forwards, or have put the two other guns arlate which
were before the bulke head into the gunroome; for the stowage of
their goods quite hindered the same, neither (in case the same could
have bin donne) would it have advantaged the stowage of goods
at all, nor have made roome for the stowage of one but more than
there was, and in case they had bin removed hey must have laine
useles though the shipp had mett with an enemye, by reason that
there were goods stowed against the other port holes that had noe
guns to them, alr nescit.
Ad 10 deponit that this deponent
hath well knowne the arlate Miles Piles for all the time of his
this deponents rememembrance which hath bin for 18 yeares last past
and upwards, for all which time hee hath taken the care and charge
of shipps as master thereof, and for an able and experienced seaman
hee hath for all the said time bin commonly accompted, and this deponent
(whoe hath used to goe to sea theise twelve yeares last past)
iudgeth and esteemeth him the said Piles to be as able and skilfull
a seaman for all parts, as any in England. Et alr nescit.
Ad 11 deponit that the said ffish the voyage in question could not be