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the sayd harbie and ffudge that it should bee at their charge of the sayd harbie and
ffudge And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot depose/

To the 6th hee saith that hee this deponent being the Interrogate hardwick paid the 3000 dollars before measured to the aforesayd
Clement harbie to the use and intente predeposed on board the Elizabeth and
Anne aforesayd in the presence of the sayd ffudge and sawe the same harbie passe
safely and arrive safely with the same aboard the Cesar which lay neere
videlicet within call of the Elizabeth and Anne in the Roade of Nathalicowe (sic) aforesayd
and saith hee did not see the bill of lading Interrogate signed by the sayd ffudge
but well knoweth that the says harbie and one Mr John Jefford and told this deponent
that they same the same signed by him the sayd ffudge and the sayd and the sayd harbie and harbie
came aboard and delivered the same to this deponent as his bill of ladeing by him signed And the sayd harbe and Jefford
did affirme to this deponent that that which was written under the sayd bill of ladeing in
written hand was read both by the sayd ffudge him selfe and by them the sayd Jefford and
harbie to the sayd ffudge before such tyme as hee the sayd ffudge subscribed the same
and hee saith hee beleeveth the same was done in the day tyme between in the forenoone and three
of the clock in the afternoone of the same day for that hee knoweth the sayd harbie
and ffudge departed from on board the Elizabeth and Anne with the sayd money
about tenn of the clock in the forenoone and returned with the sayd bill
signed on board the sayd shipp Elizabeth and Anne about three of the
clock in the afternoone of the same day And further or more particularly
to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere/

To the 7th interregatorrie hee saith that hee did not heare Consull ffowke or
any other man at Nathalagoe or Morea affirme that hee had bought and
contracted for all the Currants there the yeare Interrogate, but saith that he
sayd Consull ffowke did at Zant before this deponents arrivall at the Morea
saye to this deponent that hee had bought all the Currans in the sayd Morea but this
deponent not confideing in what hee sayd, went to the Morea to Petras in
the shipp the Elizabeth and Anne And at his coming thither was informed
by Thomas Oliver the Vice consull to the sayd William ffowke in the presense of Captaine Richard Langford and severall others neither hee the
sayd William ffowke nor any for him had bought or contracted for any currans
in Nathalago or the Morea, upon which hee this deponent Contracted
with and bought of the natives of Nathalagoe and the Gulphe of Lepanto, and the
natives of the Morea all the Curranse of the yeare Interrogate at a certaine
price before the death of the sayd Consull William ffowke and the sayd Consul
being dead hee this deponent did make contract with the
sayd harbie (although hee this deponent had bin formerly at Petras and bought the sayd Currans)
that hee only as is predeposed should goe to Petras and receave the sayd Curranse and lade them
aboard his sayd shipp the Cesar and deliver 37 butts 5 carratells and 3 quarter
rolls of the sayd Curranse aboard the Elizabeth and Anne ffreight free, upon the
confirmation that hee the sayd harbie should have for his principalls the like quantitie
of Curranse And further saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot depose/