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was Comander, which boate was goeing on shore, with some of
the said Dutch Ships Company therein, and after hee the said
Tye had bin ashore about five houres, the said Ketcher sent foure
of his Company in his boate to shore to knowe whether the
said Tye had gott any Prattick for the said Ship, and upon
his Coming aboard hee told the said Ketcher in the Presence of
the Deck of the said Ship, that the Spaniards on shore would
not upon any meanes let them have Prattick for their said
Ship there, in reagard shee came from Italy, where the plague
then was or verie lately before had bin, and said that they
would not soe much as lett him goe ashore to goe up to the
Towne of Oratava, because hee was an Italian and
Came from Italy. but spake and talked to him, upon a Rock
where the said Dutch Boate set him, or to that Effect; and
further hee cannot depose :/:
To the 6th and 7th hee saith that about two dayes after the said
Tye had soe as aforesaid bin on shore, the said Ketcher did againe
send his boate ashore to Oratava with the said Tye therein
and after hee had bin absent about two or three houres, hee
returned againe aboard the said Ship in the said Boate, and then tolde
the said Ketcher that the Spaniards on shore would not permit
him to come on shore; and said hee could not possibly obtaine
Pratcick for the said Ship, for that shee came from Italy aforesd
or to that effect, which hee soe spake and said in this deponents presence
And further hee cannot depose./.
To the 8th hee saith that about such time as the said Tye had
bin the second time ashore, as aforesaid there was news come
to the Road of Oratava and places adhjacent that the English
had taken Dunkirke, and had killed all the Spaniards therein
after they had given them quarter, and further hee cannot
To the 9th hee saith that in the afternoone of the said day
that the said Tye had bin the second time ashore as aforesaid
their came a Spanish Boate to the Lixon ffrigot side, (which came
from Otrava,) with about Eight or 9 Spaniards in it, and told the said
Ketcher and Tye, and others of the said Ships Company on the
Deck of the said Ship, that they might have Practick for ?the said
Ship, but said that it was upon this Condition that the Master
Mate, Purser, [Boatswaine has been crossed out], and one or two more, of the said
Ships Compnany. must goe on shore,
and unlesse they would soe doe they could not have
Prattick, and the said Tye was then in the said Ship, and the
said Ketcher spake to the said Tye to tell them that it was not
according to the Custome & use of the sea, for a Master, Mate, Purser.
and one, or two more of the said ships Company