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To the sixth hee saith hee doth not know the arlate Captaine
Badiley, And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 7th hee saith hee cannot answer thereto, saying that somtimes
the tonnage of the freighters (wanting goods of their owne) is made up
and supplied by other mans goods, and somtimes they had rather the shipp should goe
with some dead freight than have any others goods put aboard with theirs.
To the 8th hee saith hee did not heare of any rotest made at
Cyprus by Roger ffowke or any other of the freighters factors
against the said hughes for not departing without Convoy, and that
this deponent in all the time hee was at Alleppo as aforesaiid
never knew of any protest made for any shipps staying in
port, nor doth hee conceive it necessary, the factors having donne
their office in lading the goods. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the 9th hee cannot depose.
To the 10th hee saith the freight per tonne for goods is
somtimes more and somtimes lesse to and from Scanderoone
according to the number of shipps found upon the place
and as is agreed betwixt the master and the lader and according to the Turkey company rates, And otherwise
hee cannotanswer, saving as aforesaid.
To the second tenth hee cannot answer.
To the 11th negatively for his part and otherwise hee cannot
To the 12th negatively.
To the 13 hee cannot depose, for hee was never there, nor
knoweth the custome of that place.
To the 14 negatively for his part, and otherwise hee cannot
depose, though the letter interrogated were showed unto him.
To the 15 hee cannot depose, for hee was not then there.
To the 16 hee saith that Captaine hughes and Captaine
Wise being both together at Aleppo, they were perswaded by
some of the English nation there to make consortshipp for
England, which they agreed to doe, but neither this deponent
nor any other that hee knoweth of compelled the said hughes
or Wise thereto, nor doth hee knowe of any bond entred into
concerning the said businesse, nor of anuy other reason of
such perswasion, but that they might be assistant to each
other. And saith hee this deponent was at Cypprus when
the Thomas Bonadventure first arived there, and caused
part of the money brought thither in her to be delivered to Roger ffowke. And otherwise
saving as aforesaid hee cannot answer.
To the 17th hee saith the said ffowkes of Aleppo acted at
Scanderon as factors, as they or any other merchant
might doe there or in any other place of Turkey when
they had businesse there or at Cypprus. And otherwise hee