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with his sayd shipp the Cesar arived safely at Petras in the Morea
that Thomas Oliver arlate came aboard the sayd shipp and after some discourse
with the sayd Captaine ffudge hee the sayd Oliver told the sayd ffudge that
the Curranse of the Morea and Nathalagoe were all bought and [?counted GUTTER]
for and that hee hoped to dispatch the Cesar away with those currans [XXX GUTTER]
after the harvest were over, or the sayd Oliver spake words to the same effect
in the presense of this deponent And further to this article hee cannot depose

To the 11th hee saith that hee knoweth that the sayd Captaine ffudge sayled
with his sayd shipp the Cesar to Nathalagoe arlate, and had the Coffie and pepper
predeposed of remayning aboard her at his coming thither, but whose [?order GUTTER]
hee sayled thither hee knoweth not and further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 12th article hee hee saith hee well knoweth that after the arrivall of the
Cesar at Nathalgoe aforesayd the Consull William ffowke arlate
came aboard her and there publiquely on the deck of the sayd shipp in presense
of this deponent and divers others of the Company of the Cesar did by word
of mouth order the arlate ffudge to make his sayd shipp ready to
receave aboard her the Nathalagoe curranse for that hee intended
very speedily to lade them aboard her, or hee spake words to that effect
And hee saith that sacks were brought aboard the Cesar for carrying
Currans aboard her which sacks as hee hath heard and beleeveth were sent for and
brought from Petras for that use by order of the sayd Consull And further to this article hee cannot

To the 13th article hee saith hee sawe the shipp the Elizabeth and Anne at Nathalagoe
arlate while the Cesar lay there, and sawe the sayd William ffowke goe aboard
her the Elizabeth and Anne And further hee cannot depose not being aboard her nor
knowing what passed betwixt the sayd Consull and the arlate Langford and hardwick
aboard her./

To the 14th and 15th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith hee well remembreth that
upon or about the first or second of September 1651 the arlate William
ffowke came aboard the Cesar the sayd Captaine asking him how hee did hee answered hee was not well, and then and asked the sayd Captaine ffudge [?whether GUTTER]
his sayd shipp were ready and withall told him that hee had bin with
Vivonda and paid him for the Currans (meaning as this deponent beleeveth for the
Curranse there to bee laden aboard the Cesar) and shewed the sayd ffudge
a paper which (as hee the sayd William ffowke sayd) was a [?Tasker] or receipt
under the sayd Vivondas hand for the sayd money and alsoe told the sayd
ffudge that his Currans which were there at Nathalagoe to be laden would
be brought to the Cesars side within two or three dayes, and that hee [?hoped GUTTER]
speedily to dispatch the sayd ffudge there; that hee might returne with his
shipp to Morea to take in the Currans which were there to be taken in [?his GUTTER]
sayd hee had sent hamett Bashaw (a Janizary and his servant) to the Morea to prepare the same
there in a redines against the Cesar came thither to lade them And these [?XXXX]