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there that the arlate George ffarington had lately bene att Naples
and that he had there videlicet att Naples before a Notary Publique there
living by Contract solemnly made before the sayd Notary betweene them
the sayd George ffarington and the forsayd Roger
Hatton, really and truly promised concluded and agreed to and with
the sayd Roger Hatton the factor or Agent of the sayd Hill Hallet and
Company that the sayd George ffarington or his Agents would
deliver unto and aboard such shipp or shipps as he the sayd Roger
Hatton should send to receyve the same in the port of Petras the number
of one thousand one hundred salmes of oyles of Galipoly measure
att or before the end of January 1652 new stile att a price then
agreed upon betweene them cleare of all Charges for the use and
Accompt of the sayd Hill Hallett and Company. And saith he knoweth
that the sayd Contract was really and truly made not onely by the
relation of the sayd Roger Hatton in december 1651. as aforesayd, but
allso for that he saw a true Copie of the Origniall contract extracted
out of the Notaries Protocoll who first wrote and drew up the same
and allso for that he heard the sayd George ffarington himselfe
acknowledge and confesse the same att Zante in the presence of this
deponent, and afterwards saw him acknowledge the same in a writing
under his hand signed by him the sayd ffarington in the sight and
presence of this deponent the sayd Giles Lawrence Thomas Parsons John
ffollet (which Parsons and ffollet are since slayne) and one Solomon Bywas
a Jew. And further cannot depose

To the fifth and sixth articles of the sayd allegation This deponent saith that
the arlate Roger Hatton according to and in pursuance of the
foresayd Agreement or Contract concerning the sayd olyles did in the
sayd moneth of december order and direct the saud Giles Lawrence to
sayle and carry the sayd shipp the Agreement to Petras to receyve
and take in the sayd oyles, and by the wat ordered and directed him the
sayd Giles Lawrence to touch att Zant and there to say 24. howres
to receyve the advise and direction of the sayd George ffarington
concerning the sayd oyles according to the contract above mentioned
And that accordingly the sayd Giles Lawrence did sett sayle from Naples
touching att Messina by the way and so to Zant with the sayd shipp the
Agreement, and carryed in her so many peices of 8/8 as amounted
in sterling money to 4593 li. 15 s, being in all seventeene
thousand and five hundred peices of eight more or lesse [?the] which
moneyes he the sayd Hatton putt into her as and for the money of
and to and for the accompt of the sayd Richard Hill John Hallett
John Gregory and Company, the same being to pay and satisfty the sayd
George ffarrington for the foresayd 1100 salmes of oyle, and the
sayd shipp arrived safe att Zant with the sayd moneyes, the premisses
he knoweth to be true being Masters mate of the sayd shipp the
voyage in question and well and particularly acquainted with the designe
and passages aforesayd. And otherwise cannot depose.

To the seventh eighth and nynth articles of the sayd allegation his deponent saith and
deposeth that after the sayd shipps Aarrivall att Zant the foresayd Giles Lawrence
did there acquaint the sayd George ffarington with his order from Mr Hatton
touching the sayd oyles, and that he had money aboard his shipp to pay
for them as they should be delivered aboard, And saith that thereupon the
sayd George ffarrington did then and there signify ad declare unto the
sayd Giles Lawrence that he could not according to his contract and
agreement made with teh sayd Roger Hatton furnish the sayd