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To the 38th article hee saith that the arlate hardwick did never treate with
this deponent about any mans passage or dyett in the Cesar nor did anie pay
or offer to pay any thing for any mans passage or dyett therein neither
did anyone come in the sayd ship from Nathalagoe to Petras beside the
sayd shipps company save the Interrogate Clement harbie and Aron Estes which
Estes hee saith told this deponent about three dayes before the Cesar came from
Nathalagoe that there was differences betweene him the sayd Estes
and the Master of the Elizabeth and Anne arlate and that therefore hee desyred
to goe passenger in the Cesar for England and further to this
article hee cannot depose./

To the Interrogatories/ [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith hee cometh to testifie in this cause being
required for to doe by the producents Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke and that
noe share or interest in the goods in question and expecteth noe benefit
by this suite, and saith hee hath knowne Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke only
since his returne from the voyage in question, and knoweth not the rest of
the parties to this suite, and favoureth all parties therein alike, and would
give the victorie therein to hee that have right thereto, and to the rest
of the Interrogatorie hee answereth negatively./

To the 2 Interrogatorie hee saith hee was Master of the Cesar the voyage in
question, and came first aboard her at London before her setting out to
Genoa, and saith the Cesar and the Elizabeth and Anne were both togeather
in the roade of Nathalagoe, and saith Clement harbie of this deponents
knowledge was not supracargo of the Cesar, And further to this
Interrogatorie hee cannot depose knowing nothing of the agreement betwixt the
Interrogate hardwicke and harbie./

To the 3 Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth of noe money laden aboard
the Cesar save the fower thousand dollars laden at Genoa as aforesayd and
two gropes of money laden by the foresayd harbie at Nathalagoe, and saith
that the bill of ladeing mentioned in this Interrogatorie was and is
signed by this deponent for the sayd two gropes laden by the sayd
harbye and for not other money, and saith the sayd harbie receaved the
sayd two gropes againe in manner predeposed at Petras, and gave
this deponent an acquittance under this hand for the same which hee
this deponent hath in his custody, And to the rest of the Interrogatorie
hee answereth negatively well knowing that there was none laden
by the sayd hardwick nor any bill signed for any as laden by him
And further saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot answere./

To the 4th hee saith the sayd Estes predeposed of did marke some of the
Currance in question with the marke that remayned used upon them till
they came to London, and saith hee this deponent seeing him the sayd