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that the shippe the Dragoneere of which this deponent
was Mate (being ready to sett saile at the tyme when Mr Johns
did with his said ship the Concord by reason of
her Master or Merchants not paying the said tax as the said ffrench and
English ships had done were stopped and imbargoed upon
the 12th day of June next after which day the said
Imbargoe came forth, and there were detained untill the
8th day of September then next followeing, whereby hee
saidth hee is assuredly perswaded that if the
said Mr Johns had paid or compounded for the said tax predeposed
as the said ffrench did hee might have bin cleered when they
were and soe needed not to have staid untill the said 29th
of May Et alr nescit deponere./
Super reliquis non examinatus ex directione producen./.
Andrew Cratey [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
[Vide Interr respons
in folio sequen./
Thomas Browse de Ratcliffe parochia de Stepney
in Comitatu Middlesex Nauta aetatis 45. annorum aut
eo circiter testis productus et iuratus./
Ad jum et 2um arlos deicta allegationis deponit et dicit that
at the time arlate the arlate Robert
Haighton and the rest of the parties arlate were hired to
serve and goe in the ship the Concord arlate by the arlate
Thomas Johns from this Port of London as is arlate
And saith that notwithstanding the said contract and agreement
soe made as aforesaid the said Thomas Johns sayled and went
with the said ship the Concord to Alexandria within the dominion
of the Turks And from thence did let out the said ship upon
severall voyages videlicet one voyage to Leghorne and 3. to Messina
upon all which voyages hee saith the said Johns did enforce
his said ships Company to goe and serve by deteyneing
of 6. moneths pay from each of them in his owne hands
which hee saith they must hae lost if they had refused to
have proceeded thereupon. premisses hee deposeth
being one of the said shipps Company att the tyme predeposed
and was aboard her all the said voyages (as cheife Mate
of her) and thereby knoweth the same to bee true as is
predeposed. Et alr salvis infrascriptis nescit deponere.
Ad 4um et 5um deponit et dicit that after such tyme as
the said ship the Concord sett sayle from Messina to Alexandria
as is arlate upon her first voyage made thither, shee did
there safely arrive at Messina at or upon the 27th day
of January 1646. arlate from which tyme untill the