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17th May 1650./

Ex parte Jones pred.}

Super allegacone arlate ex parte de Jones dat


Thomas Johns de Wapping infra parochiam de
Stepney in Comitatu Middlesex Nauta aetatis sua
42. annorum aut eo circiter testis productus
et iuratus.

Ad 4um et 5um arlate arlum die allegacons deponit et dicit that
hee this deponent being Master and Comander of the shipp
the Concord of London came and arrived with hi said shippe
in or about the moneth of March in Anno 1649 att which tyme
the shippe the Anne and Joyce arlate whereof he oroducent
Thomas Jones was and is Master and Comander was there, And saith
that the said ship before this deponent comeing thither had bin
laden and was laden with Natroode by a ffrench
Merchant or factor. and was upon or about the Middle of
the Moneth of March arlate and before this deponents
arrivall there seized and taken up for the service and
imployment of the Turks by the Turkish officers in
authority there and the said Thomas Jones was as hee saith
sent up to Grand Cairo in Egypt there to receave Command
and order to unlade his said ship and fitt her for that imployment
And hee saith hee was contrary to his likeing and good will
forced to undertake, or else upon refussall thereof hee had
without doubt lost his ship and bin made a Prisoner himselfe
And soe much this deponent saith was threatned both to him
the said Jones and this deponent with other Masters of ships
then allsoe there, who were to
all likewise constrained to undertake the said service. Et alr
salvis infrascriptis nescit deponere.

Ad 6um deponit that the said Thomas Jones after his said shipp
was soe taken up as aforesaid did forthwith acquainte the said
ffactor or supracargo therewith desireing him that hee would
use all his endeavours to gett the said ship cleared off and
from the said Turkish imployment. And saith that the
said Thomas Jones himselfe did use all possible meanes
to that purpose. but hee saith the same could not bee
procured. which hee knoweth hee this deponnent being there
as aforesaid at Alexadria and being
forced and constrained with his said ship to goe and
undertake the said service allsoe. Et alr nescit deponere

Ad 7um nescit deponere.

Ad 8um et 9um deponit et dicit that the said Thomas Jones
findeing and perceaving that hee could not get his sais ship
Cleared off and from the said Imployment hee did desire and