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To the 6th and 7th articles hee saith and deposeth that about two
dayes after, the said Ketcher did againe send his boate on shore
at Oratava with the said Tye and foure of his men in it, and
the said Tye carryed the foresaid Bill of health and the
other papers aforesaid with him againe, and after hee had
bin some space Gone hee Returned againe and told the said
Ketcher that the said Spaniards on shore would not soe
much as let him come on shore, and told him flatly that hee
should have noe prattick for the reasons aforesaid or to that
effect. and the said Tye himselfe told the said Ketcher that
there was noe hope of getting Prattick on shore there, The premisses
hee deposeth hearimg the same, and further he cannot

To the 8th hee saith that whilest the said Ketcher and Company
were seeking pratick as aforesaid newes came to Oratava
and places adjacent that the English had taken dunquirke
and put all the Spaniards there to the sword after they had given
them quarter, or to that Purpose, which newes did very much
incense the Spaniards at the Canaryes against the English, And further hee
cannot depose/.

To the 9th and 10th hee saith there was a Spanish Boate came to the side of
the said ship the Lixon ffrigot which Boate came from Oratavo and had aboard
six Spaniards in it, and told the said Ketcher that hee might
have Pratick on shore, but on this Condition, that the said Ketcher
his Purser, and foure more of his Company would goe ashore
to demand the same, and upon their termes, and not otherwise
they told him hee might have Pratick for his ship, and the
said Carolo Tye being then aboard, the said ketcher
desired Pressed and much importuned the saud Tye to goe
on shore in the said Spanish Boate, But the said Tye utterly
refused soe to Doe, And said he would not goe unloesse some of
the said Ships Company would goe ashore with him, nor
would, or did goe ashore, although hee was very much
importuned thereunto by the said Ketcher, and further
hee cannot depose, saving none of the said Spaniards asked or required
any bill of health or other Papers or
writings nor desired to knowe with what goods the said ship
was laden:/:

To the 11th hee saith the said Spanish Boate soe came unto
the said ship the Lisbone ffrigot on or neere about the Eight, and
twentieth day of July 1658 aforesaid in the afternoone, and
in the morning of the said day the said Carole Tye went
to shore, being the second time as aforesaid that hee went
to gett Prattick, but was absolutely told hee should have none
and Imediately before the said Spanish Boate came from shore
the Newes aforesaid of the taking of Dunkirke, and of the English
their putting the Spanish theret to the Sword after quarter given
came to Oratavo, And saith that if the said ships Company
did looke upon the sending of the said Spanish Boate to
the Master and Purser, and foure more of the said ships