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...sett saile upon the 23th day of November 1648 Arlate from
Marselleis towards Alexandria and did there safely arrive therewith
and haveing discharged the same hee saith there was laden and put aboard
the said ship for the Accompt of the saidMerchants ffreighters a Cargazone
of Natroone which hee saith was not all laden and quite put abord the same
before such tyme as the said
ship was by order of the Great Tyurke or some other in authoritie under
him at Alexandria taken up to serve in his Service, And the said Captaine
Jones himselfe was as hee saith contrary to his good will and likeing
forced againe to unlade the greatest part of his said lading of Natroone
and to undertake the said imployment with his said ship for Candy arlate
which hee must either have done or else have lost his said ship and
bin himselfe imprisoned upon such his refusall of the said imployment