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then and there stay and abide in expectation of the said Convoy of
Captaine Bodiloe for their better security under which both they and the said shipp the Thomas
Bonadventure, and after their departure from Ciprus, the shipp the William
and Thomas of London from Cephalonia came together in Company
to Porta Longone. Which hee knoweth being aboard the said shipp the
Thomas Bonadventure and seeing and observing the premisses And
further cannot depose./.
To the 14th hee saith, That at such time as the said shipp the Thomas
Bonadventure was at Porto Longone aforesaid taken into the service of
this Commonwealth, the shipp the Mary Rose and the shipp William
and Thomas aforesaid being as predeposed laden with Merchants goods
and bound for Englannd, were then also taken into the said service, and they
and the said Thomas Bonadventure were forced to unlade and [?there]
unlade their respective Cargaisons of goods at Porta ferrara of this
deponents sight and knowledge, And this deponent verily beleeveth That the
Master of the said shippe did receive moneys for freight, for that
they severally at Porta fferrara aforesaid paid some part of the wages
then due to their shipps Companie. And further cannot depose/.
To the 15th hee saith, That the 200 baggs or thereabouts of Cotton wooll laden aboard the
said shipp the Thomas Bonadventure at Ciprus were so laden by the
direction of the said Roger and William ffowke and Richard Chowne
as this deponent then and there was informed, and that because the said
shipp should not goe home without her full freight but what number
of Tunns the same amounted unto this deponent remembreth not, nor
knoweth what fraight was paid for the same at Porta fferrara, or
by whom, And further cannot depose saving the said Cotton woolls
were discharged at Porta fferrara together with the rest of the said shipps
To the 16th hee saith, That of this deponents sight and knowledge the whole
Cargaison of the said shipp aken in at Scanderoone and Ciprus upon
the Voyage in question was delivered and brought ashoare at Porta [?fferrara]
and there putt into a place called the Lazaretta being the usuall generall storehouse
there, being close by the place where shipps there usually discharge, and
being a very strong and secure place for the preservation of goods and merchan=
dizes putt into the same, as this deponent thena nd there observed, and beleeveth
not that any goods can be purloyned or stole out of the said place, it
being kept by speciall Officers thereunto appointed and employed, And further
cannot depose, save that the said goods remained in the said Storehouse, when
this deponent with the said shipp the Thomas Bonadadventure departed from the
Port after her discharge as aforesaid, and did as hee beleeveth come
safely to the hands of the Owners thereof, or of their ffactors or Agents.
To the 17th hee saith, That the galls and Cotton woolls laden on