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design for the said improvement of the said Companyes trades and ? parts Where likewise he sayeth by this deponents order there was fflagg staff ? ? and the English Cullours to be displayed upon the (arrested) ? of ship att that port to the end that ? might take notice That the said did belong to the English ? ? couvert Depose saveing as ? this deponent had important business w(hi)ch required this deponent ? said Port of Cape Coast commonly he came thither albeit his place of Residence for the most ? att Cormantine arlate To the 7th.8.9:10:11.12:13 and fowerteenth and 21 (bales) of the said ? he sayeth and deposeth That he this deponent within the time imployeth as Principall factor and Comander for the said Guinney Company att their ffactorys of Cormantine and Cape Coast ? and other ? ? ? Ports belonging to them was often (sellected) by the King of ffarsoo and his Brother Henniqua thereto Agent of the Country to build a howse att Cape Coast aforesaid whoo promiseth this Depponent That they would not ad? of any other man whatsoever into the said Port ? ? ? such as did belong to the English Company and by them were ? to the purpose gave order to one Mr Thomas Gardiner factor att that ? to provide ? and ? to ? the same ? upon the 20th Aprill 1640 He this deponent ? from the Coast of Cormantine to the foresaid Port of Cape Coaste arlate where he sayeth he this deponent was ? and -cometh by the foresaid Henequa and the ? men and merchants of that Countrey who -tayned him first with a ? from the King and after from each greate man for himself ? ? this deponent That the Countrey was this deponents ? that purpose ? use of the English Company And further sayeth That after (sallitatons) and this deponents speech endith with the natives ? to the ? of the Countrey he this deponent treateth with the said Hennequa the Kings Brother for the use of the said Company And he sayeth That upon the said treaty It was agreed and ? ? this deponent on the ? Companyes pt and the said Henequa and the forman on the said King and Countryes pt as followes or to the same effect ? That this Deponent should pay for the said Port and whose Trade in that Country ? of ? and ? of Arsvita? to the king for his pt and to the said Henequa and Cheife man ???? in all to £64 sterling money besides the greate charges of ? the howse to the ? ? All wch according to the said Agent being p(ai)d ? the said Henequa caused the Drums to be beaten And summoned all the people to the place where the said English howse was