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To the xith article he saith that in carrying the sayd steeving Instruments on
shore, and bringing them back agayne on board to steive the sayd 37 baggs
two dayes were necessarily spent. and that two dayes were likewise spent in
cauking and fitting the sayd shipp for her voyage after the sayd 37.
baggs were laden; And in lesse tyme the same could not have bene done
as he beleiveth. And otherwise (saving his former depositions to which
he referreth himselfe) hee cannot depose.

To the xijth article he saith. that the moneyes which payd for the Cotton woolls
which were laden in the shipp Thomas Bonadventure att Ciprus for the aććompt
of the sayd ffrederick Chowne and Company, were the proceed of goods
laden for the sayd Companies accompt, carryed in the sayd shipp for England
to Leghorne and there sold; which sayd moneyes were by the sayd Compa=
nies factor att Leghorne putt there on board the Thomas Bonadventure
and Consigned to William ffooke Edward ffooke and Richard Chowne
to Aleppo, And Captain Hughes coming to Ciprus and finding the say Edward
ffooke there and having allso a generall Commission to deliver the sayd proceed
to Roger ffooke att Ciprus did accordingly there deliver the same, and the
sayd Edward ffooke then and there gave a Receipt for the same which
was afterwards allowed of and acknowledged by William ffooke and Richard
Chowne. And the sayd Roger ffooke with the sayd moneyes bought and
provided the sayd Woolls or [XXX XXXX] part thereof for the accompt allegate, And so much the sayd
Roger ffooke hath in this deponents presensé sayd and affirmed; And to the
carrying of the sayd goods to Leghorne and delivery of the proceed thereof
in moneyes att Ciprus, and the sayd Edward ffookes. Acquittance or Receipt
for the same, and the sayd William ffooke and Richard Chownes approving thereof
he this deponent was in a paricular manner privy being Purser of the
sayd shipp, and seeing and knoweing the premisses so had and done as aforesayd.
And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 13th article hee saith he cannot depose saving that he verily beleiveth
for the Reasons aforesayd in that the Proceed of the freighters goods was by their
factor consigned to the sayd William and Edward ffooke and Richard Chowne
that they the sayd William Edward and Richard were the Principall factors in the busines
and that the sayd Roger ffooke receyved Order for what he did from them or
some of them. And otherwise he ćannot depose.

To the 14th article he saith he ćannot depose.

To the Crosse Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie he saith he was on board the Thomas Bonadventure when the
Dutch ffleet mett with her, and she and the Convoy interrate were then bound
for this Port of London as this deponent beleiveth, not knowing any thing to the
Contrary, and accordingly would have proceeded if they had not mett with the sayd
Dutch ffleet. And further he ćannot depose.

To the second Interrogatorie he saith the fight interrate was off of Monte Christ{o}; and
not above 20 leagues from Porto Longone which was the next Port to the place
where the sayd fight happened. And otherwise he cannot depose.
To the third he saith that the Thomas Bonadventure lay about a league from the shore
att the tyme interrate. And saith that it was not possible (as he conceyveth) to have
brought .170. or ˹and greater number of˺ baggs of wooll to the sayd shipps side and
receyved them on board in the space of 4. 5. 6. or 10 dayes in case they were
not to be steeved on that or those day or dayes in which they were to be received
aboard: for that he saith such a quantity of baggs unsteeved would lye so high above
board that they could not be managed, but most of them be in danger of tumbling
overboard; and further he cannot depose.