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was ordered to [?permit] this deponent and the rest of the said shipps company to goe aboard
the said shipp for their dyet and lodging or els provide for them ashore at his costs
and that hee the said mr de hose had showed the same to the said Captaine Phillips
or had made hom acquainted therewith, went to the said Captaine accompanied
with two others of the said shipps company to the house of mr dela val at dover
and desired him that hee in obsedience to the said order would tell let them goe
aboard or provide for them, whereupon the said Captaine told them that they
should that day goe aboard, and accordingly in the afternoone hee tooke them
aboard with him, and permitted them to take every of them a cleane shirt
and that being donne and hee taking all the keyes with him carried them
againe ashore with him, without suffering them to eate or drinke and soe
turned them off. And the next day they went againe to him to the said
house and humbly bespake him to the effect aforesaid, having to that time
received noe maintenace or satisffaction from him, and the said Captaine Phillips
then asked them if 6 d a day would serve them for each of them, and this
deponent answering that they could not have lodging and diet ashore at soe
lowe a rate, and therefore besought him that in regard they had provision
enough aboard, and that it would spoile, they might goe aboard to lodge
and diet, whereupon dela val being present said they should have
8 d a day a peece and that Captaine Phillips should pay it them if 6 d
a day were not enough, and this deponent replying that lodging and diet
being there ery deere, they could not be maintained therewith, the
said Captaine Phillips left them and departed in distast and would not
suffer them afterwards to approach and speake to him though they often
endeavoured it, soe that they were forced to get dyet and lodging as they could
with much a doe at their owne provision, and this deponent to undertake
and secure the payment therefore at severall victualling houses, into one
of which the Purser of the man of warr that tooke them, comming,
said to the woman of the house, whie entertaine you theise people, they
have noe money, and you will not be paid a farthing for them, or to that
effect, upon which the woman turned them out a doors to looke for
newe lodging, which this deponent ws faine to provide them,
and soe they could get not dyet or dodging from or by meanes of the
said Captaine Phillips.
To the Interrogatories.
To the first hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition, and otherwise
cannot depose, saving hee well knoweth Captaine Phillips and
sawe him yesterday in the Court, and besides the times that hee went
to him as aforesaid, hee sawe him severall times in dover, and lastly there
on or about wednesday was seavenight last.
To the second hee saith that hee hath bin 5 or 6 times in England, yet
can speake noe English nor understand but little, and that one of his
company bespake the said Captaine in ffrench, and Mr de
la Val spake dutch unto them.
To the 3 hee saith there went a notary with them to the said Captaine
who carried a box under his arme, which hee said was the said order [?monnition]
or Commission, and otherwise negatively, and cannot depose.
To the 4 gee saith that the Captaine of the man of warr turned the Greene
dragons company ashore at Dover after and upon the said seizure, at
which Captaine Phillips was not present, and that hee knoweth noe
cause the said Captaine had therefore, and otherwise negatively.
To the last negatively saving as aforesaid.
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