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To the 7th hee saith hee cannot answer, thereto:/:

Repeated before doctor Godolphin.



The 8th day of January:

Examined upon the said Allegation:/:

Rp. 2:dus:

Richard Man of Southampton, Mariner aged
31 yeeres or thereabouts sworne, and Examined:/:

To the first and 2d articles of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth that
the arlate ship the Lisbone ffrigot all the voyage in question, and before
was, and is at this Present a Ship belonging here to England, and for
all the said time shee hath belonged to Englishmen and Subjects
of this Commonwealth, And saith that all the Mariners that went out
of the said Ship the said Voyage were English men; and Subjects
of this Comonwealth, and none of them fforraigners:
saving one Caroro Tye what was an Italian. who was taken in
at Ligorne. and saith that the whole number of Master, and Mariners
in the said Ship the Lisbone ffrigot Consisted the said Voyage
onely of Eleaven men, and one boy, and noe more; The premisses
hee deposeth goeing the whole voyage in question in the said ship
And further hee cannot depose.

To the third and 4th hee saith the said ship the Lisbone ffrigot arrived in
the said Road of Oratava upon the ffive and twentieth day of July
1658 and the same day, and somewhat before the said ship went
into the said Road, this Deponent sawe the arlate Bartholomew
Ketcher Master of the said ship the Lisbone ffrigot give unto the foresaid
Carolo Tye. the bill of health. and other papers for the obtaineing
License for the said Ships freely trading there, which the said Tye
tooke; and put in his pocket, and the said Ketcher desired him to goe
on shore and use his utmost endeavour and care for getting and
obtaining Practick on shore: and soe soone as ever the said Ship
the Lisbone ffrigot was come into the said Road, one Captaine
Cornelius Master of a Dutch ship. lying there, sent his boate to the
Lisbone ffrigots side to visit her Company. and the said Boate
being ordered to goe from thence to shore, and the said Carolo
Tye being ready to goe on shore, went in the said Dutch Boate
to get Practick, and Carried all the foresaid papers with him,
obtaineing the same, This hee knoweth being on board the said
ship, and hearing and seeing the foresaid Premisses, And further he cannot

To the 5th hee saith that about foure houres after the said Dutch Boate
returned and told the Master and some of the Company of the
said ship the Lisbone ffrigot that they had set the said Tye upon a Rock neere the shore, and that
some of their owne Company must goe in their Boate and fetch him
from thence, and thereupon the said Ketcher sent his boate and foure
men ashore to fetch the said Tye who brought him aboard the said
ship, and at his Coming hee told the said Ketcher that hee the said
Tye could not upon any Termes get Prattick for the said ship, in regard
shee came from Italy, and had goods aboard her that came, (as the said
Spaniards said) from Roone, where the Plague then was, or to that
effect; and further hee cannot depose:/.