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of the cable soe cutt in the Prinses boate, untill the lillies companie
had fastened a Manne up their shipp as they desired, and then they called
out to the Prinses company to let goe their cable for (as they said) they
were fast.

To the twelveth hee saith that after the said shipp the White lillie had
removed, and was moored in another place, shee was in the said other
place soe loosely and carelessly moored, that shee drove to and aground in
the River of Thames, and came fowle of other shipps, and ran aground
insoemuch that this deponent heard strangers that went by, say, looke
howe carelessly that shipp is moored, noe body lookes after her. And saith
that in case the false keele or any of the tackle or furniture of the
lillie received any dammage, it was by occasion of such her loose and
undue mooring, and not by any fault of the Prinse or any of her

To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee continued aboard the Prinse for
fifteene dayes together or thereabouts next after her comming to an
anchor (saving his going into the boate to moore and help as aforesaid.)
without stirring from her, and otherwise referreth himselfe to his foregoeing

To the second hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and cannot
otherwise answer.

To the third hee saith hee hath bin seaven times in the river of Thames
as a seaman upon voyages, and the first time was about twenty yeeres

To the fourth hee saith hee hath knowne the said custome for the said
twenty yeeres for cables to be laid crosse or thwart each other, nor did
hee ever heare that the masters of any shipps compa consents were
required or asked in that case.

To the first hee saith that the master of the white lillie came
once aboard to and spoke with the master of the Prinse, but what was
said or discussed hee knoweth not./

To the last negatively, saving as aforesaid.

The marke of Tho: [MARKE] Johnson [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The seaven and twentieth of May 1657.

Exámined upon an allegation given in on the
behalfe of the said Baldero and others.
Greene and others against}

Baldero Bellamy and others.}

vide 2:us in A6: Rp. 1

Albert Tompson of Delft haven mariner, aged 23
yeeres or thereabouts sworne and exámined.

To the first, second, third and fourth árticles hee saith hee well knoweth
and is now Skipper or master of the shipp the Pilgrim arlate, which shipp
as hee hath bin credibly informed was taken by a Dunquirke man of warr
commanded by Joost J Noet from the English as lawfull
prize by meanes of the warr betweene England and Spaine, and afterwards
upon condemnation exposed to sale, and sold to Adrian Jorison Connick
of Delfts haven, of which Adrian Jorison Coninck hee saith his this
deponents father and mother Thomas Johnson and Aeggon Alders bought
the said shipp in or about October last at or neere delfts haven aforesaid