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To the Interrogatories:/ [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee being Mate of the said ship as aforesai
the Voyage in Controversy, thereby knoweth what hee hath deposed
touching the said Ketchers Transactions aforesaid. during the said
voyage, and saith hee cometh required by the said Ketcher
to be Examined in this busines. and saith hee hath receaved
part of his wages for the voyage in question and other wise negatively
To the second hee saith hee knoweth not what agreement was made
betweene the Interrate Ketcher, and the Interrate Greene, and
Company the ffreighters of the said ship the said voyage, and
therefore cannot answer to this Interrogatorie./:
To the third hee saith there were Laden aboard the said ship at
Legorne, Oyle Paper, Rice, Annyseeds. Earthernware, and
some silke stockings. (but the Vallue of them, or to what men they
belonged hee knoweth not). which were as hee beleeveth consigned
to be delivered at, Oratava to the ffactor or ffactors of the owners
of the said Googds. And further cannot answer./.
To the .4th hee saith that the said ship sailed from Lighorne with
the said goods in her to Oratava, and there arrived in safety,
and otherwise hee cannot Answer, saving Negatively and saving
his foregoeing deposition to which hee referreth himselfe./.
To the 5th negatively, referring himselfe to his foregoeing deposition
To the 6th negatively saving as aforesaid:/:
To the 7th negatively saving as aforesaid/:
Repeated before doctor Godolphin
Thomas Wilkinson [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The 11th day of January 1658:
Examined upon the said Allegation:/:
John Bourcher of Horseydowne shipwright
aged 25 yeeres of thereabouts sworne and Examined
To the first and second articles hee saith and Deposeth that for and
during all the Voyage in question and longer. the arlate ship the
Lisbone ffrigot hath bin and now is an English ship, and the Master and most
of the Company of the said ship the said Voyage were English men
and subiects of this Commonwealth. And saith that the whole number
of Master and Mariners in the said ship the said Voyage (with the
said Tye) were onely Eleaven men and a boy. and noe more
The Premisses hee deposeth for that hee was one of the said mariners
(namely Carpenter) of the said ship, during all the said Voyage./
And further hee saith hee cannot depose./
To the 2d hee saith the said ship the Lisbone ffrigott came and arrived
in the Road of Oratava arlate at or about the 25th day of July 1658,
and saith that about that Day this deponent sawe the said Ketcher deliver
a parcell of papers to the foresaid Cazolo Tye, and saith the said
Tye went ashore in a Dutch Boate which was then goeing on shore
and about, two houres after the said Boate had bin gone ashore with