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better securing their goods that the English might not come away with
them and and (sic) the shipp remove out of the shipp Scipio the sayd Ewens the
Master and the sayd ffosse Tucker and howgate and this deponent and divers other
of the Scipio her Company and put them aboard Portugese shipps to serve
in the homewards voyage and put Portugeses aboard the Scipio to serve
in their roomes till shee came to Lisbon, as they did alsoe to other English
shipps then in service of the Portugeses And saith after the Scipio came
to Lisbon her Company were admitted to goe aboard her amd did goe
aboard her and there deliver her homewards ladeing and the same being
delivered they came afterwards for England And further hee cannot

To the 8th and 9th hee saith hee referreth himselfe to the Registry of the
Court and to the lawe And further cannot depose/

To the 10th hee saith the arlate Ewens is a subiect of this Commonwealth
and subiect as hee beleeveth to the authority of this Court and further hee cannot

To the last hee saith his foregoeing deposition is true/

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee cannot answere not being present when
the persons Interrate were hyred nor knowing at what rates or upon what
Conditions they were hyred./

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith hee was a foremastman of the Scipio the
voyage in question And saith hee was hyred as aforesayd only to goe
upon a tradeing voyage from London to the Streights and parts neere
thereabouts and thence back to London and not to such parts or places as
the sayd Ewens should get imployment for And further hee
cannot answere./

To the 3 Interrogatorie hee saith that at the tyme Interr there were three or
foure other English shipps beside the Scipio all which were offered and
did accept of and goe the Brazeele voyage in Company of the Scipio and
retourned thence to Lisbon in her Company And saith hee beleeveth
the sayd Ewens had not made the sayd promise of Augmentation
of wages his Company or the greatest part of them would not have
gone the voyage to Brazeele, yet saith the sayd promise was not
extorted from the sayd Ewens but by him made voluntarily to
encourage his Company to undergoe the sayd voyage
yet beleeveth that divers
of the Company would not have gone the voyage if the sayd Ewens
had not promised an augmentation of wages as aforesayd And
further hee cannot answere/

To the 4th hee saith hee was one of the Company of the Scipio who
refused to proceede on the voyage to Brazeele in regard hee was [?not GUTTER]
at first hyred for any such voyage And saith hee would not have [?gone GUTTER]
the same unlesse the sayd Ewens had promised an Augmentation
of the wages formerly agreed on./