Voyager's Tales By Richard Hakluyt






















































































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Not far from the road, and somewhat from thence, at one side of the
city, there was a certain victualling - Page 9
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Not Far From The Road, And Somewhat From Thence, At One Side Of The City, There Was A Certain Victualling House, Which One Peter Vuticaro Had Hired, Paying Also A Certain Fee Unto The Keeper Of The Road.

This Peter Vuticaro was a Spaniard born, and a Christian, and had been prisoner above thirty years, and never

Practised any means to escape, but kept himself quiet without touch or suspect of any conspiracy, until that now this John Fox using much thither, they brake one to another their minds, concerning the restraint of their liberty and imprisonment. So that this John Fox, at length opening unto this Vuticaro the device which he would fain put in practice, made privy one more to this their intent; which three debated of this matter at such times as they could compass to meet together, insomuch that, at seven weeks' end they had sufficiently concluded how the matter should be, if it pleased God to further them thereto; who, making five more privy to this their device, whom they thought that they might safely trust, determined in three nights after to accomplish their deliberate purpose. Whereupon the same John Fox and Peter Vuticaro, and the other five appointed to meet all together in the prison the next day, being the last day of December, where this John Fox certified the rest of the prisoners what their intent and device was, and how and when they minded to bring that purpose to pass, who thereunto persuaded them without much ado to further their device; which, the same John Fox seeing, delivered unto them a sort of files, which he had gathered together for this purpose by the means of Peter Vuticaro, charging them that every man should be ready, discharged of his irons, by eight of the clock on the next day at night.

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