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shipp of the burthen of about 300. Tonns, and that her Master and most or
all of her Companie were English men to the number of about 44. in all
and that shee was armed with 24. gunnes./

To the 12th hee saith hee knoweth nothing of, nor can give any satisfaction [?to]
the demaunde of this Interrogatorie haveing never been in Turkey save the Voyage
in Controversy./:-

To the 13th hee saith, That the shipp the imployment interrat, came, as this ]?rendent]
hath heard from Ciprus to London in the yeare 1652. interrate, but whst
moneth therein hee knoweth not, And further saving his foregoeing deposition
hee cannot depose./

To the 14th Interrogatorie hee saith, That in the voyage in question there was a
parcell of Currans laden aboard the said shipp Thomas Bonadventure and
consigned to the interrate ffrancis ffowke of London, which hee saith were
also unladen at Porta fferrara by authoritie as aforesaid, And saith there
was a parcell of Currance broyght in the said shipp to London for accompt
of the interrate Captaine Badiley, by the meanes and prcurement of the
said Captaine Bodiloe , at the request of the said George hughes, who desired
to have the same so laden in part of ballast, And saith before the said
shipp Thomas Bonadventure departed from Italy for London, the said George
hughes by a letter sent to the aforementioned Norleigh and Constable, at
Legorne, acquainted them that if they pleased hee would take in the said
Mr. ffowkes his Currans at Porta fferrara for the preservation thereof, but
they returning him answer that they had no order to that purpose the said
George hughes durst not upon his owne riske and adventure lade the
same, by which meanes they were left at Porta fferrara aforesaid./

To the 15th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition And further
cannot depose:-/

To the 16th hee saith, That the shipps by him predeposed, which as aforesaid
did unlade at Porta fferrara togeather with the Thomas Bonadventure
were for the most part of their Cargo laden with Cotton woolls and[?galls]
and some part fine goods, as the Thomas Bonadventure also was, And
otherwise saving his foregoing deposition negatively:-/

To the 17th hee saith, That the freight demanded for the goods interrate
at their delivery at Porta fferrara was
for so many monethes as the said shipp the Thomas Bonadventure
had been imployed by her freighters in the Voiage in question from London
till the time of her said discharge at Porta fferrara, and that hee this
rendent the Purser of the said shipp by order from the said George huighes
refused to deliver the said goods for any lesse freight, the Totall [?whereof]
did amount to 2700 li sterling. And further cannot depose./

To the 18th hee saith, That hee this rendent was severall times in and [?severall]
times out of the Companie during the time interrate, And further referreth
himselfe to his foregoing deposition upon the 8th article interrate hee saith hee cannot