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hee spake aboard the Cesar in the presense of this deponent and the fore=
sayd Marco the sayd William ffowkes man And hee saith that after these words
spoken the sayd William ffowke againe sayd hee felt him selfe not well, and
desyred a cupp of stronge Water, and the sayd ffudge told him that hee had noe strong
waters that came from England, but some such as that countrie afoarded and
caused this deponent to give him some thereof and hee saith that from that tyme
forewards the sayd ffowke grew worse and wor worse and in this deponent hearing complayned of an exceeding
great heat and burning in his Entrailes and dyed upon the 6th day of the sayd
moneth (being as hee beleeveth a thursday) in the morning in the Cabin of the Cesar And saith it was
generally reported amongst the Sea men belonging to the Cesar that the sayd
William ffowke (by reason hee complayned hee was not well when hee came
first aboard, and dyed soe soone after) was poisoned on shoare before his sayd
comming aboard the sayd shipp And further to this article hee cannot

To the 16th 17th 18th and 19th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith
hee knoweth that the sayd Consull William ffowke being dead the sayd
Captaine ffudge did with his shipp the Cesar sayle from Nathalagoe to Zant
and there tooke in a man whose name (as hee hath heard and beleeveth) was and is
Clement harbye, and with him on board returned with his sayd shipp to
Nathalagoe Roade And further to these articles hee cannot depose not being privie to what passed betwixt the arlate ffudge and Gifford/

To the 20th hee saith hee wll knoweth that none of the Nathalagoe Currans
were laden aboard the Cesar And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 21th and 22th and 23th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith hee well knoweth
that the arlate William ffudge and Clement harbye went back in the Cesar
from Nathalagoe to Petras to take aboard the shipp the Currans of
the Morea, and saith that during their being there aforesayd hamett Bashawe
and one Constantine a Greeke servants (as it was sayd) of the
sayd deceased Consull brought in boats currants from the Gulphe to the
Cesars side, and some Turkes who (as it appeared) ought the sayd Currans
coming in the sayd boates with them they would not suffer the sayd Currans
to be laden aboard the Cesar till they were paid for them, whereupon hee
saith the sayd harbie called to the sayd captaine ffudge and told him soe
much and there upon the sayd Captaine ffudge called to this deponent
(who kept the key of the sayd Captaines chest) and commanded him
to give to the sayd Mr harbye two thousand dollers towards
payment of the sayd Turkes for the sayd Currans whereupon hee this
(having noe other dollers then in his Custodie save those receaved
at Genoa as aforesayd) did deliver to the sayd harbie two baggs of
the sayd dollers sealed up as they were delivered and conteyning as hee
beleeveth each a thousand dollers and the sayd harbie tooke the same