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many other things belonging to the said Brazil ffrigot
and made her much like a wrack, And then the
said Quar[?e]s told the said Heath before this Deponent
and many others of the said Brazil ffrigotts Company
that hee would be as good as his word, and give
the said Heath his Ship againe or to that Purpose
But the said Heath (seing the said Ship
in such a Condition) refused to take her, Unlesse
hee might have her in the Condition shee was
in, when shee was taken from him together with
the other things agreed upon, And the said heath
haveing an Oportunity to goe in an English Boate
from [?Eusechorcape] to a [?Servenance], got leave
for Passage therein, (which Governour of [?Euscherape]
hearing of, told the said Heath that if
hee would not stay and take his ship againe in
that Condition hee would lay here in Irons
or to that effect, and soe the said heath was
forced to receave the said ffrigot in the foresaid
Condition much like a Wrack;
All which hee Deposeth being at [?Euchercheape] the foresaid
time and seeing hearing and taking Notice of the
Premisses. And further cannot depose./.
To the 3d hee saith that every Mill res Portugall money
at ffernambuck in Brazil was and is worth
12.s 6d Sterling money:/.
John Cooke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day:
Thomas Wyatt a witnes formerly
Examined and now againe Examined in this
Cause, upon the foresaid Allegation deposeth
as followeth by vertue of his Oath
To the first article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth
that after the Brazil ffrigot was carryed to Eu[XXXX GUTTER]
by Captaine Quares: Thomas Heath the Master of
The Brazil ffrigot and his Company did
their Utmost endeavour to get the said ships ffreight, and
alsoe their owne Cloathes goods and wages released
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