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To the sixth article of the sayd allegation he saith that after sućh tyme as the sayd
steeving Instruments were arranged on shore as aforsayd, and about the
23th day of May 1652 allegat the sayd Roger ffooke of this deponents
knowledge and hearing did give order for the lading of the sayd
thirty baggs of wooll, for the accompt of mr Ricto aforesayd to whom
he consigned the same and the sayd Richard Chowne did of this deponents
hearing then acquaint the sayd ffooke that he had seven baggs
of wooll to send to his brother Bray [?to ?come] to London, and the
sayd ffooke was willing that they should be laden on board the sayd
shipp and thene upon by the consent and approbation of the sayd ffooke
and Captain Hughes the sayd steeving Instruments were of this deponents
sight brought on board againe, and the sayd thirty seven baggs
were likewise brought on board and steeved, and the last of the
sayd 37 baggs were not steeved till about the seventh day of June
1652. And he knoweth that the premisses were done by the order
and approbation of the sayd ffooke for that he this deponent was as had
with him when he gave such order
And further (not certainly remembering who the sayd ffooke and
Chowne ćame on board the sayd shipp

[IN LEFT MARGIN] # to give order for or soe the sayd steeving H Hughes [SIGNATURE]

he cannot depose.

To the 7th article of the sayd allegation he sayth that after the sayd 37 baggs were
steeved, the sayd shipps Company immediately fell to worke in cauking
and fitting her for her sayd homewards voyage; how is it he sayd
the sayd Chowne comming on board the sayd shipp after the sayd last
woolls were steeved did acquaint the Company of the sayd shipp of
the Convoy. And the sayd mr ffooke did in this deponents presence and
hearing advice the sayd Captain Hughes to stay for the sayd Convoy
saying it was very Convenient for him so to doe and that the sayd
shipps lading was of greater [?waten] than her freighters were
aware of or to that effect. And otherwise he ćannot depose.

To the 8th article of the sayd allegation he saith, that he this deponent by the order
of Captain Hughes did severall tymes attend the sayd mr ffooke for bills
of lading of the woolls first laden and was severall tymes delayed
by him the sayd mr ffooke. And saith that hee the sayd ffooke did not send
or bring any bills of lading for the last thirty seven baggs aforesayd
or any of them till the night on which the sayd shipp departed from
Ciprus which was about the ninth day of June 1652. And then and not
before he the sayd ffooke did bring bills of lading for the sayd last laden
baggs which were then signed in this deponents the presence which
being done the sayd shipp not long after for sayle and departed. And
otherwise not calling to mind that the sayd mr ffooke was sollicited for the
sayd last bills, he ćannot depose

To the 9th article of the sayd allegation he saith that the foresayd Bray Chowne and
brother of the sayd Henry Chowne one of the parties in this first, had a bill
of lading for the sayd seven baggs of woolls so laden as aforesayd
by the sayd Richard Chowne by the consent and approbation of the sayd
Roger ffookes att Ciprus as aforesayd, And this deponent hath seene the sayd
bill of lading in the possession of the sayd Henry Chowne and ćonseyneth
that the sayd Henry Chowne saith seene the same and taken notice of the
date thereof. And further he ćannot depose.

To the 10th article of the sayd allegation he saith that Zant is not much out of the way
from Ciprus to London, and shipps that want lading coming from Scan[?deroone GUTTER]
or Ciprus usually passe that way; and in this deponents judgement and
by the report of mariners. It is the sećond way. And further he
cannot depose.