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and his boy, might stay aboard; and after that
his said three men were turned ashore, the said Tailor came
to this deponent and told him that hee and his boy must foe
alsoe ashore, which this deponent refusing, the said Tailer tooke
up a hatchet and threatened to knock this deponent on the
head therewith, and soe having got other men aboard with
him, forced this deponent and his said boy alsoe to goe out
and goe ashore, and soe tooke the said shipp into his possession
and violently dipossessed this deponent and company
and owners thereof.



The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]

Rp. 4.

Stephen Christoforson of Berghen in Norway
Mariner, aged 32 yeares or thereabouts, sworne
as aforesaid, saith as followeth, videlicet.

That on thursday last in the afternoon there came one
by the name of Mr Tailer (and called by some Captaine
Tailer) aboard the shipp the Angell of London (whereof
his precontest Nicholas Arent was master) then being
a little below the hermitage, where the said master
and company (whereof this deponent was one) were clearing
her to goe downe and take in ballast, and being soe come
aboard accompanied with fowre watermen, the said Tailer
said that hee arrested her in my Lord Protectors name, and
the said master asking for the officer of the Admiraltie, and
the said Tailer making light thereof, the said master said
that hee would carry her againe ashore, but the said
Tailer said noe, hee would have her carried over to the
other side, and soe commanded the said watermen, and
they with the help of Captaine Currall who came
afterwards aboard, carried her over to the other side
and fastened her at Rederiff wall, and tooke downe her
sailes, and rigging, and afterwards the said Tailer found
the said master and company (whereof this deponent as
aforesaid was one) out of her and turned them ashore
and tooke the said shipp and provisions and necessaries of
the master and companie, into his possession and
dispossessed the said master and companie and owners thereof