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generally observed, fully laden, and after shee had remained there about [?two]
or three daies shee departed thence for England. Which this deponent well
knoweth being in person at Ciprus at the time aforesaid, and serving as
Boateswaine aboard the shipp the Thomas Bonadventure of London then
being there, so that this deponent saw and observed both the arrivall and departure
of the said dart ffrigatt as aforesaid. And further cannot depose./

To the second hee saith, That the shipp the Thomas Bonadventure
arlate, of which this deponent was Boateswaine as aforesaid, was not fully
laden at Cyprus by the arlate Roger and William ffowke Agents and
factors there to and for the arlate Alderman ffrederick [?William] Chowne
and Companie, untill the 26th day of May 1652, upon which day the last goods
were taken in there aboard the said shipp, and saith That between the
said 15th day and the 26th day of the said moneth of May, there were so
farr as this deponent now remembreth 200. baggs of cotton wooll or thereabouts
received and laden aboard the said shipp at Cyprus And saith That after the said shipp
Thomas Bonadventure had received in her last ladeing there upon or about
the 26th day of May aforesaid, shee remained at Ciprus about 12. daies longer
to be cleared and take in provisions, and that being done shee departed thence
upon or about the 7th day of June 1652. The premisses hee well knoweth
being and serving aboard the said Thomas Bonadventure during all
that time, and seeing the premisses so had and done as is predeposed. And
further cannot depose./

To the 3. hee saith. That during the time the said shipp Thomas Bonad
venture was and remained at Ciprus as aforesaid, there was then and there
a report of some Tripoly men of warr lyeing not farr from Ciprus to
intercept and seize the shipps and goods of English and other Nations in
hostility with them, as those of England are notoriously knowne to bee. And
further hee cannot depose./

To the 4th hee saith, That whilest the said shipp the Thomas Bonadventure
was and remained at Ciprus as aforesaid, there was there a report that
some hollanders men of warr were abroad in the Straights, and that there
was also some rumor of a disagreement likely to arise betwixt the English and
the hollanders And further cannot depose/

To the 5th hee saith, That it was publique and commonly reported at Ciprus
dureing the time the Thomas Bonadventure layd there that some
french men of warr of considerable force did lye and plye about that time in and
about the Straights, and in the usuall Course and way from Ciprus to
London, Which hee deposeth being as aforesaid of and belonging to the said
shipp, and thereby understanding the rumors and reports then Currant amongst
the shipps Companie and others. And further cannot depose/

To the 6th hee saith, That the arlate Captaine [?Hadiloe] upon the 16th
day of May 1652. as this deponent now remembreth, arrived at Ciprus and
according to the publique report then and there Currant was come
thither to be a Convoy for the English shipps then and there remayning