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Quarto Aprilis 1650. [CENTRE HEADING]

Super allegatione pred examinatus.


Willimus Chuter de Lymehouse parochia
de Stepney in Comitau Middlesex Aquarius aetatis 43
annorum aut eo circiter. testis productus
et iuratus.

Ad 1um 2um 3um et 4um arles dicta allegaconis deponit et
dicit that hee this deponent being a Waterman and
useing to plye at Dickshore arlate where hee hath soe
done by the space of theise 16. yeares or thereabouts, and
for the space of 6 or 7. yeares befre that hath used to
Rowe in the River of Thames arlate whereby this deponent
saith hee knoweth that bu the Custome of the said River
and by an order of the Trinity house arlate (as hee hath
bin credibly informed) now Seaman or Mariner whatsoever
may or ought to bring a ship laden (especially) up the River of
Thames (and there haile a shore) without an
approved Pylot as is arlate And saith that within or about
the tyme arlate (ut recolit) hee this deponent standing
upon the said shore called Dickshore together with his
precontest Robert Dennis att which tyme the shipp
the Saint Jacob arlate came up the River without a
Pilot abord her and ranne aground
neare Cuckolds pointe arlate where
he saith shee soe continued bu the space of allmost
two howers before shee could gett cleare, insoemuch
that this deponent saith shee could not otherwise choose
but receave damage and hurt thereby. And further saith
that after the premisses at and upon the say arlate the said
ship the Saint Jacob did likewise through the neglect and unskillfull=-
nes of the Company abord her and for want
of a Pilpt to conduct her runn a shore at Dickshore
nere the ship the Phillip as is arlate and there receaved such further
hurt and damage as is hereafter expressed, which did
not of this deponents knowledge soe happen unto her by
any default of the arlate Mr Hussety of Company or by
his said ship the Philip or by ant Anchor or Anchor stocke
belonging to the said shippe. The premisses hee deposeth hee
this deponent together with his contest Robert Dennis goeing
abord the said shippe and seeing that they had neither Pilot or