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To the 7th hee saith he being boatswaine as aforesayd knoweth that the
Shipp Cesar in persuance of her voyage from Genoa aforsayd went to Castle
de Marr arlate and theire tooke in pipestaves and hoopes for the Accompte of
the arlate Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke which they receaved of the
arlate William Byam and other which pipestaves and hoopes a smale part of them
were delivered at Petras to Thomas Oliver the Vice consull there, and the
rest of them were made into Caskes to store Currance in, aboard the
Cesar and never departed from aboard the sayd ship till they were brought
into the River of Thames arlate this he knoweth being an eyewitness and
on board as aforesayd. And further to this article he cannnot depose/

To the 8th hee saith that from Castle de Marr the sayd shipp sayled
to Zant arlate where there was put aboard her by a servant
of the Consull William ffowke five chests of Coffie and nyne baggs
of pepper consigned to be delivered to the sayd Consull at Petras this
he knoweth being boatswaine and entring the sayd goods into the booke
as consigned to be delivered to the sayd Consull And further to this article
hee cannot depose./

To the 9th he saith that for that hee was boatswaine and aboard hee knoweth
that in the moneth of July last the arlate William ffudge in the shipp Cesar
in his course betwixt Zant and the Morea mett the arlate William ffowke
in a shipp commanded by by the arlate Captaine Miller and sent aboard
thereof to the sayd ffowke and further to this article hee cannot depose for
that hee went not aboard with the said ffudge./

To the 10th hee saith that about the 22th or 23th of the sayd moneth of
July last the arlate ffudge arrived in safety at Petras arlate and the
arlate Thomas Oliver came aboard the Cesar and after some consent
the sayd Oliver ffudge told the sayd Oliver that hee was come by order
of the Consull aforesayd to lade curranse, or to that effect, and the sayd
Oliver answered the sayd ffudge and told him that the Currance of the
Morea and Nathalagoe were all bought and contracted for, and that he hoped
the Reculto or harvest being over speedily to lade his sayd shipp Cesar there
or to that effect and this was spoken aboard the Cesar in the presence of [?this GUTTER]
deponent and divers of the company of the shipp Cesar and further [?to ?this GUTTER]
article hee cannot depose/