At which time came to us many boats and we suffered them to come aboard, being not able to resist them, which people did us no harm, neither of us understanding the one the other.
Not only I lost what I had in the ship, but from the captain and the company generally what was good or worth the taking was carried away; all which was done unknown to the emperor.
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|Birth:||24th September, 1564|
|Death:||16th May, 1620|
|Profession:||Navigator, Sailor, Pilot|
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