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and John Trelanney Merchants of Naples and to carrie the same to Zant
or the Morea to the arlate William ffowke Consull for the English nation there
and deliver the same to him, and thense to take into the sayd shipp such Curranse as
hee the sayd William ffowke or his assignes should cause to bee laden a board the Cesar and transport them
thense to London and there deliver them to the sayd Thomas Rowse and ffrancis
ffowke, who hee saith by the sayd Charterparty were obliged to pay the full
freight for the full tunnage of the sayd shipp after the rate of five pounds
five shillings per tonne as more at large may appeare by the sayd Charter
party, And hee saith that in persuanse (sic) of the sayd agreement hee this deponent
well knoweth (goeing Purser) that the sayd shipp went to Castle de Marr
aforesayd and there tooke in a full ladeing of Casks pipe staves and hoopes from the sayd Byam and
delivered them part at Zant and parte at Morea, and the residue of them [?were GUTTER]
by the sayd Consull William ffowke and Thomas Oliver the Viceconsull there, or their order filled with
Curranse on board the sayd shipp Cesar for the accompt of the sayd Thomas Rowse
and ffrancis ffowke to be delivered to them at London And further to this
article hee cannot depose./

To the 4th article of the sayd allegation and the schedule therein mentioned
hee saith hee well knoweth the sayd schedule to bee the true originall Charter
partie for the voyage arlate, hee this deponent and two others belonging to the house
at Genoa where the sayd Mr Edward Wright and Mr William Langhorne usually
dwelt, (but their names hee knoweth not) being present at the signeing and
sealeing thereof, and seeing the same subscribed and sealed by the parties therein
named And hee this deponent well knoweth the contents thereof to be true
and soe had and done as therein is conteyned And further to this article
hee cannot depose/

To the 5th article of the sayd allegation and to the bill of ladeing therein mentioned
hee saith that hee was present at the signeing of the sayd bill of ladeing by
the arlate William ffudge, and knoweth that the contents thereof are true and soe [XXXX GUTTER]
and done as therein is expressed for that hee this deponent went aboard the Cesar
in the same fala[XX]es, or boate that carried the sayd fower thousand peeces of eight
therein mentioned (being the same mentioned in this deponents deposition to the second article of this allegation) a board the sayd shipp and sawe the same receaved aboard the sayd shipp by [?Mr GUTTER]
William ffudge the captaine thereof who went aboard with this deponent in the same [XXX GUTTER]
with it, And further saving his foregoeing deposition to the sayd second article hee
cannot depose./

To the 6th hee cannot depose./

To the 7th hee saith as is predeposed, that parts of the casks laded by the sayd Byam
were steeved with Curranse aboard the Cesar in manner predeposed And further to
this article saving his deposition to the third article of this allegation whereto hee
referreth hee cannot depose./

To the 8th hee saith that hee knoweth that the arlate William ffudeg sayled [XX GUTTER]
Castle da Marr with the shipp Cesar to Zant arlate where the[XXX] ine Ma[XXX GUTTER]
the servant or Agent of the arlate William ffowke did lade on board the sayd shipp
five chests of Coffe and nyne baggs of pepper to bee delivered to the sayd [XX GUTTER]