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the papers and writings and would not nor did deliver them to him And
further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 12th hee cannot depose/

To the 13th hee saith that hee being a passenger in her the Redd Rose [?to]
Elsenore knoweth that after the sayd shipp was be the sayd seizure [?XXX]
to the sayd Lemmon and Company in that leakie and dammaged [?condition]
which the sayd seizers had made her, the sayd Lemmon and company [?did]
sayle with her towards their designed port of Stockholme, and hee
knoweth that in her passage from Embden to Elsenore which was [?as]
farr as hee went in her, her company were faine to pumpe her
night and day and with all their industry could hardly [?XXXX]
from sinking And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th and 19th articles hee saith for that hee went as
passenger in the ship the Redd Rose noe further then Elsenore and [?then]
left her hee cannot depose to those articles/

To the 20th article hee saith saving his foregoeing deposition for the [?XXX]
aforesayd hee cannot depose/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin and Charles George
Cock in Court./



The fifth day of December 1659: [CENTRE HEADING]

Miller against the Coast ffrigot}
and Alderman Vincent and et cetera}

Examined on the said Libell [?ex parte ?XXX]


Francis Hampton of
Ratcliffe. Shipwright aged about
forty years, sworne and Examined.

To the first article of the said Libell hee saith that
the Libellate John Miller was for and during [?all the]
month of December 1658 the Master and Comander
of the Libellate ship the John and Katherine and
soe Comonly accounted, which hee knoweth for that
hee was the said moneth Carpenter of the said Ship
and further cannot despose saving the said Master
was Accounted to be then a great Part owner of
the said ship/

To the second hee saith that the libellate Elliot
was accounted he be Master of the Coast ffrigot [?XXX]
in the said month of December 1658abd further
cannot depose:/:

To the 3rd position of the said Libell hee saith
and deposeth that on the morning of the
day wherein the damage hereafter mentioned was [?done]
to the ship the John and Katherine, the said shipp John
and Katherine did ride fast moored in a very [?XXXX]
ent Place neere Gravesend where ships usually ride
and she had laine there fast moored for about a [?XXXX]
before to his rememberance, This Deponent being then [?Carpenter]
of her, and further cannot dispose./.