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that after this deponent was examined and had averred the said shipp to be
of ligorne and the loading to belong to Italians, the said factors procured
that shee should have Pratique there after visitation of her health briefs and disptaches
should be made by the officers of the place according to custome, and
saith the Al?colder or officer ordered this deponent to goe and remaine
aboard till such visitation were made, telling this deponent that soe
it must be, for that they had had information that not longe before there
had bin greate sicknes in Italy, and soe this deponent went aboard
accordingly, And further deposeth not, saving hee went that time ashore
in the boate of a dutch shipp that was riding neere the Lisbone frigot,
And saith that two dayes after this deponents said retourne aboard
the officers came to the sea side and sent aboard the said shipp the
Lisbone frigot (then there riding by the name of the Saint Anthony of
Padua), to have her bills of health and dispatches brought ashore
to them to the end that they having visited them, the said shipp
might proceed to her pratique or trade, and at this comming of the
said officers, the said John maria Basso the next day before their
said comming advised this deponent by a letter, And saith that the
Captain del marie or officer usually imployed in that behalfe
being soe come aboard at the end of the said two dayes, to advertize
them of the Lieutenants or officers attendance ashore to view their
dispatches, and the said Capitan dell mara withall requiring in the
name of the said officers ashore that this deponent should come
with the said dispatches and bring the masters mate, pilot, chiurgion
and boatswaine with him, and one of the shipps company putting
it into the said Bartholomew ketchers his h?ead that this was some
trick to get them ashore and betray them, and
saying that if noe hurt was intended the merchant would have
written to the said ketcher from shore, and therewithall the said
ketcher and company began to weigh as if they would begonne,
notwithstanding that this deponent acquainted them that hee had the day
before received advise from shore from the said John Maria Bassa
p?urporting such comming of the officers, and their end to be (according
to custome) only to view the health brief, and dispatches, and soe
license the said shipp to proceede to her trade; And saith further that
the same day towards evening, they from shore seeing the said shipp
preparing to saile, sent a boate aboard againe with a white cloth
or flagge, and the clarke of the examinations in the said boate, who
asked this deponent the reason thez came not ashore being sent for,
to which the said ketcher bidd or ordered this deponent to answer
that in regard hee had a pilot or masters mate and foure or five English mariners
aboard, hee durst not come through feare of danger, whereupon the
said John Maria Basso who was alsoe in the said boate with the
said clarke or scivana, said, feare nothing, but come ashore XXX
my word, I shall secure you or words to the same effect, for said XXXX
wee live here in an Iland where wee have occasion of all sort?s of