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not now remember) there were laded aboard the Cesar at Genoa fower
baggs of money sealed up, conteyneing as hee this deponent heard the Master
of the Cesar William ffudge and one who brought the same money aboard and
was reputed to bee a servant of the arlate Edward Wright saye, fower thousand
peeces of eight to bee delivered (as hee hath heard and beleeveth) to the arlate
William ffowke for accompt of the arlate Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke and saith hee was not present when the arlate William
ffudge signed the bill of ladeing for the same, but having perused the bill of ladeing
in the 5th article of this allegation mentioned hee saith hee verily beleeveth the
same to be signed by the sayd ffudge for that hee is well acquainted with his
hand writing being his servant and beleeveth the contents of the sayd bill to
be true and soe had and done as therein is declared, the premisses hee deposeth
being servant to the sayd ffudge and seeing the sayd fower baggs delivered sealed
up to the sayd ffudge who delivred them to this deponent to laye up in his
sayd Masters Cabbin which hee this deponent did accordingly And further to
these articles hee cannot depose./

To the 7th hee saith that the pipe staves and hoopes predeposed of which were unmade up
into casks were of this deponents sight and knowledge delivered out of the sayd shipp
Cesar at Petras to some who were accompted to be servants of the sayd Consull
William ffowke, and saith that all the Casks receaved aboard the sayd shipp ready
made up at Castle da Marr aforesayd were steeved with Curranse (which came
from the Gulphe) a board the sayd shipp, and were none of them out of the sayd
shipp till they were brought into the River of Thames saveing that some
few of them for which there wanted Currans to steeve into them were in the
sayd shipps voyage from Petras homewards towards London (being empty)
delivered a shoare at Zant, this hee deposeth of his owne knowledge being
Cabbin boy aboard the sayd shipp Cesar And further to this article hee cannot

To the 8th hee knoweth being aboard as aforesayd that the Cesar
and the arlate William ffudge in her as Master sayled from Castle de Marr to
Zant arlate and that there were taken there aboard the sayd shipp five chests of
Coffie, and a quantitie of pepper in baggs (but what quantitie or how many baggs
hee knoweth not) but by whome laden or where to be delivered hee
knoweth not And further saving his subsequent deposition hee cannot depose/

To the 9th article hee saith for the reason aforesayd hee knoweth that in the
moneth of July last (the tyme more certainly hee doth not remember) the arlate
William ffudge in the Cesars Course betwixt Zant and Morea mett with
a shipp called the Thomas and William whereof the arlate Captaine Miller was
Commander in which shipp it was sayd the Consull William ffowke then was
and hee saith that the sayd ffudge went aboard the Thomas and William with
one whom Marco the sayd Consulls man who was then aboard the Cesar and further to this article hee
cannot depose for that hee was not aboard with them and soe heard not any
discourse that then passed betweene the sayd Consull and the sayd ffudge./

To the 10th hee saith hee knoweth that in the moneth of July the sayd ffudge