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wind Blew very hard, and the ship sailing very swiftly
wind Blew very hard, and the ship sailing very swiftly
and further hee cannot depose./
and further hee cannot depose./
To the 19th hee saith hee cannot depose./

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in the said Boate told the said Ketcher, Tye, and others of the
said ships Company that Captaine Neale of Dover was with
his shipp trading in Grarchico Road, and it being not farr
distant from Oratava, and the said Ketcher thinking, and
beleeving it might be true; and if hee were there they
might trade the more secure together, went thither with his
said ship, but found noe such ship there, nor any other
English ship,
And thereupon the said Ketcher and Company
(and alsoe the said Tye did Conclude and agree that
what the said Spaniards in the said Boate or Boate said
or did was meerely a meanes and devise to betray both
ship, goods, and marriners. And further hee cannot depose

To the 16th hee saith that during all the time the said ship
was and continued in the said Road of Oratava the said
Ketcher did severall times sollicite and Importune the said
Tye to goe ashore to get Prattick and, never hindered him by word or
Action. And the said Tye went twice to shore as aforesaid
to get Prattick for the said ship, but returned as aforesaid
without effecting any thing, and did still say, and declare
that hee could not get Prattick for the said ship, for that shee
came from Italy. where the Plague then was, And further
hee cannot depose./:

To the 17th hee saith that the Pretended ffactor aforesaid never
came to the said ship the Lisbone ffrigot, but the foresaid time
and then hee saith the said Tye (as hee the said Tye himself
declared.) knewe him not. nor knew hee whether hee was the
right reall ffactor to whom the said ships lading was Consigned
unto or not: and saith the said ffactor shewed noe Lycense in
writing or otherwise to the said Ketcher, Tye or any other of
the said ships Company that this deponent knoweth of, And
further hee cannot depose saving as aforesaid./:

To the 18th hee saith that there was not any boat or vessell
whatsoever that came to the said ship after shee sailed out
from Oratava Road aforesaid either to Grachico, or
any other Place whatsoever thereabouts. neither
did any Boate or Vessell after the said ship the Lisbone
ffrigot after her coming out from the said Road of Oratava
neither did any Pretended ffactor ever speake with the
said Ketcher or any of his Company after the said ship departed
from Oratava Road aforesaid And saith it was not Possible
for any Boate to come after and to the said ship , after shee
was gone out of the said Road of Oratava, in regard the
wind Blew very hard, and the ship sailing very swiftly
and further hee cannot depose./

To the 19th hee saith hee cannot depose./