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they were sent on board the Bantam ffrigot by heir Comander
or Admirall van Voorst, to Comande them not to trade there
nor at any other places, on that Coast or to that effect
and that the Comander the said Taylor come on board the said XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Merchant of the Bantam there to come on board
the Bantam and Imediatly the said Taylor sent for the
said Newman, the said ffrancis Griffiths
(who was on shore: to Come on board which accordingly
hee did, and the said Dutch merchant
told the said Newman to the same Effect as he had told the
said Taylor and the said Newman thereupon went on
board the said Comadore Van Voorst, and after hee had
bin on board the said Comadore some space hee returned
againe on board the Bantam, and told the said Taylor
that they were denied Trade, and that they must not
Trade there any longer or to that effect, This hee deposeth
for that hee was one of the Company of the said ship as aforesaid
and tooke notice of the Premisses And further cannot depose

To the 8th hee saith that the next day after the said
Mr Newman had bin on board the said Comadore. th
said Captaine Taylor went on board the said
Comadore or said Admirall but what words passed
betweene him and the said Van Voorst hee knoweth not
for that hee this Deponent went not a board with the said Taylor, but saith
for that the said Taylor upon his Coming on board the Bantam
told this Deponent and severall other of the Mariners of the said
ship, that they must be gone, for the Dutch Admirall told
him that hee should not trade there, and that if they did
not make way to be Gone, the Comadore would force them
to be gone, or to that effect, And further cannot depose.

To the 9th and 10th hee saith that hee heard the said Comadore Van Voorst
say on board the said Bantam ffrigot that if any attempt
were made to bring any Pepper on board the said XXXX
hee would, and must According to his Commission, take and
seize the same, or to that effect, And the said Van Voorst
Comanded one of his said Pinnace to lye at the River mouth
att Indra Ponza to hinder the Bringing of any Pepper or
other Comodityes from the shore on board XX XXXX
And saith that Mr Newman coming in aboard and some
Pepper therein from shore Intending to come directly to
the Bantam ffrigot, was by the said Pinnace seized, and
all her Pepper taken out of her, and put on board the Pinnace
And further hee saith hee cannot depose.

To the 11th, hee saith that any XXXXX after they had seized XXX
and taken away the Pepper XXX XXX said the said Captaine Van Voorst GUTTER