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the said Tye therein, the said Dutch Boate returned to the Lixon
ffrigot, and the Company therein, told the Company of the said
ship, that the Spaniards on shore would not let the said Tye come on
shore, nor would give him Prattick in regard the ship came
from Italy where the Plague was, and said that they had set the
said Tye on a Rock neere the shore, and there they must goe and
fetch him or to that effect, and accordingly the said Ketcher
sent his owne boate ashore with foure of his owne Company therein. to fetch
in the said Boate, and upon his Company the said Tye, (by
Edward Coxery an Interpreter) told the said Ketcher that the
Spaniards would nnot suffere him to come onshore, and would
upon noe Termes give him Prattick for the said ship
in regard shee came from Italy. The Premisses hee deposeth being
and (sic) Eye and Eare witnes of the same, And further cannot

To the Sixth and 7th hee saith that About two dayes after the said Tye had
bin on the Rock neere shore as aforesaid the said Ketcher did againe send his
Boate to shore at Oratava with the said Tye therein, and
about an houre after returned aboard the said ship, and told
the said Ketcher by the said Interpreter that the Spaniards
on shore, would not let him come ashore, and utterly denied
him Prattick for the said ship because shee came as aforesaid
from Italy: or to that effect, And saith the said Coxery, (who
was one that went with the said Tye to shore) told this
deponent that the Spaniards on shore were so displeased with
the said Tye for coming on shore because hee was an
Italian, and came from Italy, that they tooke up great
stones, and threatned to throw them at the said Tye, and Coxery
and the others in the said Boate if they would not be gone, and
further hee cannot depose./:

To the 8th. hee saith that about such time as the said Ketcher and
Company were seeking Prattick at Oratava as aforesaid Newes
came thither that the English had taken Dunkirke and had put
all the Spaniards therein to the sword after they had given them
quarter, And thereupon the Spaniards (hee saith) were much
incensed against the English, And soe much the said [XXX GUTTER]
Tye heard and understood, and further hee cannot depose

To the 9th hee saith that there was a Spanish Boate neere
the side of the said Lisbone ffrigot from Oratava whilest the said ffrigott
Road there, wherein there were about seaven or Eight Spaniards ?who
told the said Ketcher, Tye, and others of the said ships Companies
that they might have Prattick for their ship, but withall told them
that the Captaine, Mate, Purser, and one or two more of
the said Ships Company must goe on shore to Procure the same
And saith the said Tye was then in the said ship, And the said
Ketcher told the said men in the said Spanish Boate that it was
not the use and Custome of the sea for a Master Mate, Purser, and
one, or two more of a ships Comapny all to leave their ship
togeather, especially in an open Road as Oratava is, or to that effect
And the said Ketcher did very much Importune and desire [XX GUTTER]
Tye to goe on shore in the said Boate, and the said Tye utterly [?Refused]
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