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To the 24th Interrogatorie hee cannot answere./

To the 25th and 26th Interrogatories hee saith saving his foregoeing deposition to the 16th 17th 18th and
19th articles of the allegation to which hee referreth hee cannot further answere
to these Interrogatories./

To the 27th hee saith the Interrogate Oliver was at Petras sick, upon the arrivall of the
interrogate harbie there, Oliver to the rest of the Interrogatorie hee cannot answere
for that he went not then ashore with the sayd harbie to the Consull ffowkes house
in Petras where the sayd Oliver then lay sick./

To the 28th Interrogatorie hee saith hee was severall tymes on shore at Petras
after the Cesars last arrivall there, and saith the sayde harbie was on shore in there
at her last arrivall before him the depondent, and hee saith
hee was very often in the warehouses
at Petras belonging and commonly reputed to belonge to the consull William ffowke
and some dayes stayed in there from morning to night, and other dayes losse while
according as the busines of the shipp Cesar and the order of Captaine ffudge Commander
of her required, and saith hee knoweth that the kegs of the sayd warehouses
were usually carried up when there was noe occasion to take in or deliver goods, out of them to the sayde Consulls house
to the sayd Oliver, and this depondent hath severall tymes carried them thither to
him, who had usually the keepeing of them, and at such tymes as there was not
use of them to take in or deliver out goods, and saith hee hath seene the interrogate
harbie present of in the sayd warehouses with the foresayde Constantine, (a servant of the sayde
Consull imployed to take notice what goods were delivered in or taken out
of the sayde warehouses and give accompt thereof to the sayde Oliver) when currants
were carried in and taken out of the sayde warehouses And further saving
his foregoing deposition hee cannot more particularly answere to this

To the 29th Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth that the
foresayd Mamet Bashwawe and Constantine who as is predeposed
brought the Curranse predeposed of to the the side of the Cesar, were servants of
the Consull william ffooke, for that hee sawe them before in the house of the sayd
Consull as servants belonging to him, and sawe them dyett there as his servants
and to sayde Constantine alsoe of this deponent knowledge lodged in the sayde house
had the care and governance of the sayde house comitted to him as
a cheife servant thereof, and did take the same upon him of this depondents
sight and knowledge, had saith the sayde harbie came not with the sayd -
Mamett and Constantine where they brought the sayde Curranse, but was then
of this deponents knowledge on board the Cesar to take them in, and make up
the accompt with with the turkes who came in the boate with the sayde curranse
and paid what remayned unpaid for them, and gave them the Coffie, and pepper and
money predeposed of in manner predeposed hee saith to this
Interrogatorie hee cannot answere./.

To the 30th Interrogatorie hee saith there were brought in the sayde boates the [?quantitie GUTETR]
of about fiftie butts there Carrateeles and there quarter Rolls of Curranse