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people and are glad to have them thence come, and after and upon this and
by some other circumstances that passed the said ketcher seeming satisfied
with the realitie of the matter, and the said John Maria
basso having told them that hee had provided, that instead of foure
ashore suffice that this deponent brought only two of the officers
along with him, the said ketcher willed this deponent to satisfie
and tell them that for that might hee this deponent held it expedient
to stand out to sea, but the next morning hee would come there againe
to an anchor, and that hee this deponent and two of his officers would
come accordingly ashore and bring their dispatches, and soe the said basso returned ashore, And saith that the
said John Maria before such his retourne declared to this deponent (and
this deponent acquainted the said ketcher and company) that the
officers had a good while attended and were yet attending to
view the health brief and dispatches, that soe the shipp might proceed
to ?triale, and therefore prayed this deponent not to faile to come the
next morning accordingly, and againe telling him that hee would
undertake that they should ?bee carried ?out in securitie or to that effect.

To the nineth 10th and 11th articles hee saith that the next morning the said shipp
coming and being again at an anchor the said Capitan del mar?ie
came againe aboard and brought a letter with him from the
said John Maria Bassa directed to this deponent (and which this deponent
hath now with him) purporting that the said officers were still there
staying, at his hreate charges, very impatient of stay, and
that unlesse this deponent came ashore and brought his said dispatches,
they would (as they threatened) be gonne, which would be much to the
preiudice of the said voyage, or to the same effect, with the
contents of which lettere this deponent acquainted the said mr ketcher, and
withall prepared himselfe to goe ashoare, and all this while the
said Capitan del mare being aboard the said shipp, and seeing some of
the men about unfurling the sailes, called to his men that were in his
boate to come neerer to the shipps side, upon which some of the said
lysbone frigots company called to the sayd ketcher and said hee (speaking
of the said Capitan del mara) calls to his men to come aboard
and take us, and saith that this deponent persuading him the said
ketcher that there was noe danger, and that the said John Maria
Bassa had againe in his last letter assured him soe much, prayed
him to let him have the boate and two men to carry him ashoare
for which, to men were readie and willing, howbeit the said
ketcher seeing two boates standing to and againe and making to
goe ashoare, said that thez would come aboard and take the said shipp
and that it was impossible for this deponent then to goe ashore, or
to that effect, and that if this deponent would needs goe ashoare hee
might goe in the said Capitan dell mara his boate, whereupon this de[ponent
telling the said Capitan dell mara that hee was not permitted to come
ashoare the said Capitan tooke his boate and went ashoare, and
the said shipp went to saile by order of the said ketcher, notwithstanding