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To the Interrogatories 2d loco/ [CENTRE HEADINMG]

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that Mr Norleigh Interrogate did at
Ligorno tell this deponent that hee was going to Porto ferrara to receive the
goods there left by the shipp Thomas Bonadventure, and the sayd Mr
Norleigh a while after meeteing with this rendent againe at Ligorno told
him that hee had bin at Porto fferrara and there receaved the goods
there left by the sayd shipp Thomas Bonadventure And further hee
cannot answere./

To the 4th hee saith that hee beleeveth that at all tymes of the yeare there is danger
of men of warr in the passage from Cyprus to England and that divers English
shipps have bin taken both by Turkes and ffrench men of warr and that the summer
tyme is more dangerous to passe those waies then the winter And further
hee cannot answeare./

To the 5th hee saith hee iudgeth it more prudent for a master of a shipp iin
dangerous tymes to attend the Company of a Convoy (if hee have such an
oportunitie (and bee not commanded to the Contrary either by his owners or
ffreighters) then to goe without convoy and runne the hazard of his shipp and goods
And further hee cannot answere

To the 6th hee saith hee well knoweth the Interrogated Captaine Badily and
saith hee was sent as a Convoy into the streights in the yeare 1652 and
that the Interrogate Charles Longland was then Comonly reputed Agent
for the State of England and knoweth hee did by his power take up the sayd shipps
Thomas Bonadventure, William and Thomas, and Mary Rose to serve the sayd
State and this deponent hath sene severall warrants or Commissions under his hand and seale to that effect and hee hath heard and beleeveth hee did the like at Genoa Nales and Venise
And further hee cannot answere./

To the 7th hee saith hee beleevth it is a usuall thing for factors if they have not
goods enough of their freighters to lade a shipp, then to lade any other mens
goods to make up the shipps full ladeing, and hee beleeveth the master is as much obliged
to take those other goods as those belonging to his freighters if they be at the same
place where hee takes in his ladeing and goe to the same place whether hee is bound
by Charterparty, and as hee beleeveth are liable to make good the damage happening
by refusall to take in the sayd goods of others beside the freighters soe offered them
And furthe hee cannot answere./

To the 8th hee saith hee knoweth not nor hath heard of any protest made by
the Interrogate ffowke or any other to the efefct Interrogate, but saith it is
usuall amongst Merchants in the streights to make protests against the Masters
of shipps for not obeying orders, and hee beleeveth if such a protest be not
made the Master is supposed not to have disobeyed And further hee
cannot answere/

To the 9th hee saith that the shipps the William and Thomas the Mary Rose and severall other