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the said Neale bin there in many monethes before
and thereupon the said Carolo Tye, and all the rest
of the said ships Company did absolutely conclude, and
agree that what the said Spaniards in the said Boate said
or did was meant and intended onely as a meanes
to betray ship, goods, and Company and therefore none
of the ships Company would be perswaded to goe
ashore, though often desired and importuned by the said
ketcher, And saith that during All the time of the said
ships lying in the said Road of Oratava a foresaid
the said ketcher, did severall times sollicite and Importune
the said Tye to goe on shore, to get Prattick, and did
never offer to hinder him by word or Action, from goeing
on shore the time aforesaid, And the said Tye did
goe twice as a foresaid on shore to get Prattick, but could
not Procure the same for the reasons aforesaid And
further hee cannot depose:/.
To the 17th hee saith that about an houre after the foresaid
Spanish Boate was gone from the said shiip the Lisbon
ffrigot, there came another Boate from shore to the Lisbon ffrigot with
an Auntient man therein who pretended himselfe , to be
the ffactor to whom the said ship was Consigned, and
at such his comming, the said Tye knew him not, nor
knew whether or noe hee was the Reall ffactor to whome
the said ship was Consigned, and saith the said pretended
fafctor never came but that one time to the said ship, and
aat that time hee did not say or declare that hee had
got any Prattick for the said ship neither Did hee showe
the said ketcher or any of the Company any License in
writing or otherwise, neither did hee aske for any Papers
or what goods there were aboard, the said ship, This hee
deposeth being upon the Deck of the said ship and taking
notice of the Premisses. And further hee cannot depose.
To the 18th hee saith that there was not any Spanish Boate
or any other Boate whatsoever that came unto the said ship
the Lisbone ffrigot after shee went from Oratava
nor any followed her as hee beleeveth, neither did the
said Pretended ffactor ever after the said shipsp departure
from Oratava either see, or speake with the said ketcher
or any of the Company of the said ship, neither was
it possible as hee saith for him to come after and to
the said ship, both for the storminesse of the seas, and
the speedy, and swift sailing of the said ship, This hee
deposeth upon the grounds aforesaid, and further hee cannot
To the 19th hee cannot depose./.
To the 20th hee saith that the said ketcher, and Company,
finding, and seeing that they could not get Prattick for their
said ship at the Canarye Ilands they did upon a serious