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ffrancis ffowke and the arlate Thomas Oliver was Viceconsull there
under the sayd William ffowke and imployed by him as his factor or
Agent, and by reason thereof was alsoe a factor or Corespondent of the sayd
Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke, And further to this article he cannot depose./

To the 2 article hee saith saving his subsequent deposition to the articles ensueing
to which hee referreth he cannot depose/

To the third and 4th article of the sayd allegation and the schedule in the 4th article mentioned he saith that hee this deponent being
Master of the Cesar arlate, well knoweth that the sayth schedule is the originall
Charterparty for the voyage arlate and was signed sealed and delivered by this
deponent and the arlate Wright[?s] and Langhorne, and all things
done and therein so contayned and well knoweth the contents thereof to be true
And further saving his subsequent deposition hee cannot depose./

To the 5th and 6th article of the sayd allegation and the bill of lading
in the sayd fifth article mentioned hee saith that the arlate Edward and Stephen
Wright and William Langhorne did at Genoa upon the third of July 1655
lade and put aboard the Cesar for Accompt of Thomas Rowse and ffrancis
ffowke fower thousand peeces of eight in fower baggs sealed up with
the seale appearing upon the bill of ladeing arlate, and consigned then
to be delivered to the arlate William ffowke at Zant or the Morea for
Accompt of the sayd Rowse and ffrancis ffowke, And he well knoweth
the bill of lading arlate to bee the originall bill by him signed for the
sayd money and that the contents thereof are true and that the same is
signed with his this depondents owne hand writeing, And further to these
articles saving his subsequent deposition hee cannot depose/

To the 7th and 8th articles he saith that according to the Charterparty aforesayd
hee this deponent sayled with his shipp Cesar to Castle da Marr
arlate, and there from the arlate Byam and Trelawney receaved aboard the sayd shipp
for Accompts of the arlate Rowse and ffrancis ffowke Certaine Casks
ready made up which were afterwards imployed aboard the sayd shipp to
steeve curans in and were never out of the shipp Cesar till
they were brought into the River of Thames arlate and alsoe certaine
pipe staves and hoopes for the sayd Rowse and ffrancis ffowkes Accompt which
pipe staves and hoopes by order of the sayd Byam and Trelawney hee this deponent afterwards delivered on shoare at
Petras to the foresayd Consull William ffowke or his Agents for
Accompt of the sayd Rowse and ffrancis ffowke, And hee further saith that
from Castle da Marr hee this deponent sayled with his sayd shipp to
Zant where one Marco a servant of the arlate William ffowke caused to be
laden aboard the sayd shipp to bee delivered to the sayd William ffowke
or his