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And the sayd Weekes raised himselfe by the mayne hallyards
of the shipp and endeavoured to stampe violently upon this deponents
belly but this deponent by thrusting him off with one off his
feete prevented him and soe gott up and gott into the steerage, all
abuse soe offered to the Master and this deponent was done in the presence
of the boatswaine and other of the officers of the sayd shipp who
noe way endeavoured to quell and suppresse the sayd violence and
mutinous actions, And hee saith that after the sayd Jackson had
continued seaven or eight dayes in prison for his misdemeanors
predeposed of, hee sent a noate (which this deponent hath seene and read) to
the sayd Master wherein hee desyred the sayd Master to procure his
liberty, and alsoe declared to this effect that hee had abused
the sayd Mr John dobson and that hee was sorrie for it, and that
hee was in drincke and did not know that hee had abused him untill
hee was afterwards informed thereof and saith that those
mutinous actions and carriages of the sayd shipps Company being
publiquely talked of and taken notice of in Zant the sayd Mavaradino
came to the sayd Master and to this deponent and told him that hee
had bin with the sayd Mr John dobson one of the sayd ffaringtons
factors to demande of him security for such moneys as hee should
shipp aboard the sayd shipp in respect the Company of her were
soe mutinous and disorderly, and that hee had sayd dobson had refused
to give him security for the sayd money soe to bee laden and that the sayd
shipp should faithfully performe her sayd voyage to Tunis and back
to Zant, and therefore hee would lade noe moneys on board her unlesse
the sayd Master and this deponent would give him security by
some residing at Zant to performe the sayd voyage faithfully
for that hee feared the Company of the sayd shipp being
soe mutinous and disobedient might runne away with the sayd shipp
and money or goods therewith bought, which the sayd Master and
this deponent not being able to give or procure there, the sayd
voyage was utterly lost and overthrowne and the sayd ffarington
damnified to a very considerable value by losse of the sayd
shipps imployment And further to
this article hee cannot depose./

To the 7th article hee saith that in the yeares and Moneths
arlate Tunis was and is a free port for English shipps to trade
at, and soe commonly Accompted And further to this article hee
cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith that the arlate Maveradino told this
deponent after the sayd Company had by their mutinous and
disobedient carriage soe lost both the sayd voyage both to Cassandra