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which thousand dollars was in this deponenth presense delivered at Zant to the
forenamed Clement Harbie, out of which the sayd Harbie paid back to the sayd
ffudge eight hundred fiftie eight dollars for demorage then due according
to Charterparty./

To the 19th Interrogatorie hee saith the Coffa and pepper Interrogate were
worth about one thousand five hundred dollars or peeces of eight and hee this
deponent sawe the same delivered out of the Cesar in manner predeposed and knoweth
there was none of it left in the sayd shipp and further saving his foregoeing
depostion to the 9th article of the allegation hee cannot answere saving hee
saith hee know the Interrogate Thomas Oliver at Petras and saith (hee coming
aboard the Cesar at Petras and it being made knowne to this deponent and of others, whome hee was by his Servant and Marce who came
alonge in the sayd shipp from Zant to Petras) this deponent went on
shoare at Petras with him to the Consulls house there, and alsoe in
the tyme of the sayd Olivers sicknes there, continued with him divers dayes
and nights./

To the 20th Interrogatorie saving his forgoing deposition hee cannot answere
other then that hee saith the 1000 dollars Interrogate were not told out but delivered by ffudge sealed
up as receaved with like seale as is upon the bill
of ladeing for the 4000 dollars aforesayd in the presense of this deponent and saith the
sayd ffudge had afterwards in the tyme of the sicknes of the sayd Oliver a receipt
for the same order the hand of the sayd Marco the Consulls servant, And
saith the Interrogate William ffowke was not when Oliver sent the sayd
dollars returned from abroad the shipp of the forenamed Captain Miller/

To the 21th hee saith saving his forgoing deposition to the 13th article
of the allegation he cannot more fully answere to this Interrogatory/

To the 22th Interrogatorie hee saith that hee understandeth not the Turkish language
nor did see or read the Visondas [?Toskar] or receipt nor knoweth in what language it
was And saith there were present at speaking the words by him predeposed in this deposition
to the 14th article of the sayde allegation, this deponent, and the sayd Martco and on Bemiamim
[?Bante] a servant to captain ffudge and Jacob Salter Boatswaine of the Cesar and
divers others of the Company of the Cesar, of whome hee tooke not particular
notice as to remember their names And further to this Interrogatorie hee
cannot answere/

To the 23 Interrogatorie hee saith the cesar stayed at Petras about seaventeen
days after the Interrogate Thomas Oliver receaved the thousand dollars Interrogate,
and saith the sayd Oliver being sick stayed at Petras and come not in the Cesar
to Nathalogoe, now came thither during all the tyme the Cesar was at Nathalagoe,
but sent a Janizary named Mamet Bashawe and one Constantine a Greeke and
an other servant of his the sayd Oliver in the Cesar to Nathalagoe to acte there on the
behalfe of the Consull william ffowke touching the ladeing of the Cesar with the
Nathalagoe Curranse And further hee cannot answere to their Interrogotories/