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lade and put on board the said shipp the Caesar in the roade of Nathalago,
the number of three thousand dollars, for the use and account
and as the proper money of the said William Williams and company
and consigned the same to be delivered at Petras to the said Harby
(who went along therewith) for the said account, which hee knoweth
helping to sort and tell the said money, which was taken out of this
deponents cabbin in the Elizabeth and Anne and carried aboard the
Caesar, upon which putting the same aboard the Caesar the arlate
William ffudge commander of the Caesar gave a bill of lading
for the same. And the bill of lading arrived to the said allegation being nowe
showed unto him, hee saith that it is the same which the said ffudge gave
and signed for the said money, which hee knoweth being the same at Nathalago
forthwith upon the signing thereof, And otherwise hee cannot depose saving
his foregoing deposition.
To the tenth article hee saith and deposeth that the said shipp the Caesar
having received the currans in question on board her, came therewith
to Argastall where the Elizabeth and Anne (and the said hardwick
in her) were then remayning, and the said shipp Caesar with the
said harby in her being safely arrived with the said currans at
Argastall the said humphrey hardwick demanded the
currans brought in the Caesar for the share and account of the
said Williams and company (principalls of the said hardwick) to be
delivered unto him and to be put aboard the Elizabeth and Anne
wherever there was then roome enough (and to spare) to bestowe and put the same. and
the said harby then and there confessed that the said currans in question
soe brought for the said Williams and company (amounting to this
deponents remembrance to 37 buts, 5 carratelles and 3 quarterols)
were laden aboard the Caesar for their use and bought with their money
and ought to be delivered accordingly, and hee required the said
ffudge by an order in writing to deliver the same to the said hardwick
accordingly. All which hee knoweth being present and seeing
and hearing the same , And the first schedule annexed being showed unto him, hee
saith it is the same order which the said harby gave unto the said ffudge
for delivery of the said currans, and this deponent the same at
Argastall upon that giving thereof, and otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the eleventh hee saith that the said William ffudge notwithstanding
the promisses did not nor would deliver the said currans unto the said
humphrey hardwick, but as this deponent saith bin certainly informed
brought the same to London with the said shipp Caesar, and otherwise
hee cannot depose.
To the 12 and 13 hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and
otherwise hee cannot depose, not seeing either of the schedules
arlated written or signed, namely hee did not see the writing or
signing of them, but hee saw them both after they were written
and signed, namely the said schedules at Nathalago and the third at
C 5/395/81 Short title: Drake v Fudge. Plaintiffs: William Drake and another. Defendants: William Fudge. Subject: money matters. Document type: bill, plea. 1658
C 5/413/49 Short title: Rocke v Fudge. Plaintiffs: Thomas Rocke. Defendants: William Fudge. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Thomas Rocke of Butleigh, Somerset. Document type: bill, answer. 1653
C 5/618/32 Short title: Lokier v Fudge. Plaintiffs: John Lokier. Defendants: William Fudge, Susannah Fudge, his wife and others. Subject: copyhold held of the manor of Taunton Dean, Somerset. Document type: Bill only. Note: Unfit for production 1668
C 6/134/59 Short title: Fudge v Williams. Plaintiffs: William Fudge. Defendants: William Williams, John Langley, Samuel Moyer, James Wych and Richard Langford. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, demurrer. 1657
C 6/593/138 Short title: Lockyer v Fudge. First plaintiff: Lockyer. Defendants: Fudge. Document type: bill only. Brief description taken from an 18th century listing. 01 January 1649 - 31 December 1714
PROB 11/418/481 Will of William Fudge, Mariner of Wapping Whitechapel, Middlesex 28 February 1694
PROB 11/425/217 Will of William Fudge, belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Restoration 26 April 1695