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men of warr, And saith, That at the time of the said shipps being and
remaining at Cyprus, there was also a rumour there, that there were sewerall
french men of warr enemies to the English in and about the Straights, The
premisses hee deposeth upon the grounds predeposed. And further cannot

To the 7th article of the said Allegation, hee saith and deposeth, That at the time of the
said Convoy's arrivall and remaining at Cyprus for the Conduct and securitie of
English shipps from thence and other parts in the straights, it was then and there
a generall report amongst Mariners that all the English shipps then there were
by the factors who had the disposall thereof ordered to attend and goe along with
the said Convoy for such their securitie from Turkish Pirats or others, And
saith That in particular, the arlate Roger ffowke English Consull at Saint
helena in Cyprus being in the presence of this deponent and Mr Richard
Chewne demanded by Captaine hughes then ashoare and neere the
Custome howse of Saint Elena, whether hee should saile away with his said
shipp or attend the Convoy aforesaid, the said Roger ffowke in this deponents
presence and hearing answered that hee thought it best to tarry for the
Convoy aforesaid, or to that or the like effect, and the said Richard Chewne
then also present replyed thereupon, Yes by all meanes, you must stay for
the Convoy, (meaning the Convoy predeposed,) or to that effect. And further
hee cannot depose./

Yo the 13th article of the said Allegation hee saith and deposeth, That at and
during such time as the said shipp the Thomas Bonadventure remained at
Cyprus there were then also in that Port the shipps the Richard and William
Captaine Wyse Commander and the Mary Rose Captaine Poole Commander
which being Merchant shipps fully laden and bound for this Port of London
did expressely stay and waite for the departure of the said Convoy, and during
their remaining at Cephalonia the shipp William and Thomas also fully
laden came from Smyrna in Companie of the Phenix frigatt, and
went from thence under the said Convoy together with the said shipp
Thomas Bonadventure. The premisses hee well knoweth being in and
belonging to the said Thomas Bonadventure as Chirurgions mate
during the Voyage in Controversy. And further cannot depose./

To the 14th hee saith, That at such time as the shipp the Thomas
Bonadventure was taken up at Porto Longoone for the service of this
Commonwealth, the said shipps the Mary Rose and the William and
Thomas were also impressed into the said service, and in order thereunto were
constrained to unlade their Merchandizes at Porta fferara arlate
of this deponents sight and knowledge. And further hee cannot depose/

To the 16th hee saith. That the goods and Merchandizes laden aboard
the said shipp the Thomas Bonadventure at Scanderoone Cyprus and
Cephalonia on the voyage in Controversy were all unladen out of the
said shipp at Porta fferara arlate, and were there disposed of into
a place called the Lazaretta where the other ships lading were
also disposed off, and saith that the said place being expressely