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as aforesayd to Nathalagoe and departed from Nathalagoe
Roade againe in the Cesar and went therein to Petras and left the sayd
Elizabeth and Anne remayning at Nathalagoe And further to these articles
hee cannot depose./

To the 36th article hee cannot depose./

To the 37th article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee knoweth that
the arlate Clement harbye did in the Roade of Nathalagoe deliver
unto the arlate William ffudge (sealed up) two gropes or
baggs of money, and this deponent sawe the sayd ffudge take them
and signe a bill of ladeing for the same, and saith the sayd ffudge
delivered the sayd two gropes to this deponent to keepe, and this
deponent did keepe them untill the sayd harbie demanded them againe
and saith the sayd harbie did at Petras demand of the sayd ffudge
the sayd two gropes, and this deponent by the sayd ffudges order
delivered them unto him the sayd harbie sealed up (in manner as
they were receaved from him) who put them up in this deponents presence
in his the sayd harbies trunck and gave the sayd ffudge a receipt for the same in presence of this deponent And saith hee this deponent (being
the person intrusted by the say ffudge with his key of his Chest where
hee used to keepe such moneys as was committed to the care and charge of
him the sayd ffudge) knoweth not of any money delivered aboard the
Cesar by the arlate humphrey hardwick, and therefore verily
beleeveth that in case any bill bee extant under the hand of the sayd
ffudge for two gropes of money, the same is for the sayd two gropes
soe delivered to him by the sayd harbie, this deponent knowing of
noe other money that was delivered to the trust and keeping of the sayd
ffudge save the sayd two gropes of money delivered by the sayd harbie
and the fower baggs of dollars predeposed of laden aboard the Cesar
at Genoa as aforesayd And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 38th article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee knoweth that there
was noe man went in the Cesar from Nathalagoe to Petras but those
that belonged to and were of the sayd shipps Company except the arlate
Clement harbie and the foresayd Marco the sayd William ffowkes servant
and one Aron Estes, which Aron Estes this deponent knoweth not by
whome hee was put aboard the Cesar, nor wherefore or upon what terms
or conditions hee went therein And further to this article hee
cannot depose./