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see if they could have prattique yet or not, to which the said Spaniard
being an officer of the guard there answered and said, that the officers
were not yet come downe, but beleeved they would be there in
two houres space, and in the meane time willed them to retourne
aboard, saying that assoone as the officers came they should have
a boate sent aboard for them, and that this time hee had alsoe
the said papers with him, but the officers deputed for that purpose
not being come, there was noe showing of them, And otherwise hee
cannot answer saving as aforesaid.
To the 8th hee saith that ashore hee heard noe newes at all of the
taking of dunkirke by the English, but being retourned the second time
aboard the said ketcher told him there was newes come of the
taking of dunkirke by the English, and saith that afterwards ?to him
the said Capitan dell mare came as aforesaid the last time aboard the
said shipp the Lisbone frigot, upon discourse hee the said Capitaine del mara said there was newes
come ashore that dunkirke was taken by the English, but this deponent
neither from him or any other heard any newes of the killing the
Spaniards therein in cold blood or otherwise, and otherwise hee cannot answer.
To the 9th hee saith that the said Capitan del mara comming aboard
and taking this deponent for the commander, spake to him and said
now the officers are come and the merchant, come you ashore
and bring your bill of health and dispatches, with your mate,
Chirurgeon and boatswaine (as the custome is) and you shall
receive prattique, or to the same effect, and otherwise negatively
saving as aforesaid.
To the 10th hee saith that the said ketcher the last time that the
said Capitan del mara soe came aboard (and not before) offered
and would have had this deponent have come in his the said
Capiatines boate ashoare and the said Capitain del mara
was spoken to to that purpose, who made answer, saying, you have not yet
pratique and how then dare I carry you ashoare in my boate,
you must come in your owne boate, and saith that this deponent
had all the while his bill of health and dispatches in his custody,
and did not refuse to goe ashoare, but was not permitted then
to goe, And otherwise negatively saving as aforesaid.
To the 11th hee saith that the first time that the said Capitan del
mara came aboard, the said ketcher gave order to draw his boate
neere the shipps side from the Stearne, that soe some of his
foXXXes might get into her to goe ashore, and the said boate
was drawne to the shipps side accordingly, but the said ketcher
did not order any to goe in, nor sent it ashore, nor did ought
els thereabout, being disswaded by some of his men as
is before declared, to which hee referreth himselfe, and otherwise
hee answereth negatively, referring himselfe to his foregoeing
To the 12th hee saith that the said Capitan del mare every time
hee came aboard perswaded them to come and send ashore to them
and they might have pratique, but touching any designe of [XXXX GUTTER]
or drawing them in by the Spaniards, hee doth not beleeve nor saw
him any likelihood thereof, and otherwise saving as aforesaid
hee cannot answer