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To the sixth and 7th hee saith that two or three dayes after the said Tye
had bin ashore as aforesaid, the said Ketcher, did againe send his
Boate on shore at Oratavo with the said Tye in it And this deponent
and three otheres with him, and did again endeavour to get pratick
for the said Ship, But some off the Spaniards on shore did in this deponents presence tell
the said Tye, that they would not permitt them to pratick:
for that they had goods in the said ship that came from Roome, or to
that effect, and alsoe wished and desired them not to come any
more ashore, And further hee cannot depose

To the 8th and 9th hee saith that during such time as the said
Bartholomew Ketcher soe lay before the Port of Oratavo, and when
they were soe seeking Practick as aforesaid there was Newes
brought thither that the English had taken Dunkirke, and
had put all the Spaniards to the Sword after they had given
them. quarter, And thereupon the Spaniards at the Canaryes
were very much incensed against the English
saith this was Publique and Notorious at Oratavo, and in the
Road, and places thereabouts. And soe much the said Tye
did, knowe and well understand, And saith that on the
afternoone of the said day that the said Tye and this depo:t and
three others of the said ships Company had bin the second
time on shore aforesaid. there came a Spanish Boate, unto the
said Ship the Lixon ffrigot her side, from Oratavo, whilest the
said Ship Road there, and they told the said Ketcher that hee might
have Practick for his said Ship but upon this Condition that the
said Ketcher; his Mates; Purser; Boateswaine and one more, of
his Company must goe onshore, to demand and procure the same
and upon those termes, and not otherwise they told him hee
might have practick for his Ship, And the said Carolo Tye
was then ?in the said Ship the Lisborne ffrigott, and the said
Ketcher told ?his Company of the said Spanish Boate that it
was not according to the use and Custome of the Sea, for a Master,
Mate, Boteswaine, & Purser, all to leave the Ship together, and
goe on shore, especially in an open roade as Oratavo was,
or to that purpose, And the said Ketcher then
and there Especially pressed, and Importuned the said Tye to goe ashore
in the said Spanish Boate, butt the said Tye refused soe to
doe, and said he would not goe unlesse
4 or 5 more would goe along with him on shore at
Oratavo, or to that effect, nor did or would goe on shore ?in the
Boate although hee was very often Importuned desired and intreated
soe to doe by the said Ketcher, and this hee deposeth
and knoweth, and heard, and tooke notice of the foresaid premisses
And further hee cannot depose./

To the 10th hee saith that one of those who came unto the said ship
the Lisbone ffrigot in the said Spanish Boate pretended himselfe to ?be
the ffactor to whome the said ship was Consigned, and when hee