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sent their sayd [?] of woole on board being in all about thirty seven
or thirty eight baggs (some of them configned to Mr. Rich, and others to
[?] [?] arlate as he heard and beleiveth) And this deponent did
cause the same to be [?], And saith that the last of this last [?]
were not [?] till about the sixth or seventh day of June 1652. THe
persons he deposeth being Stowed of[?] and all eye[?] - and [?] [?] thereof
as he hath predeposed. And otherwise he cannot depose.

To the seventh article of the sayd allegation he saith that presently after such tyme
as the sayd last baggs of wooll were stowed as aforesayd, the sayd
Captain Hughes and company did beinn to sitt and prepare this sayd
shipp and to take her and make her ready to proceed for England.
And he saith that imediately thereupon the sayd Roger ffooke[?] and
richard [?] came on board her and hath of them, in the presence
of each other and of this deponent and other his mates told the
sayd Captain Hughes and Company then on board that they must not
goe away or [?] without the Convoy but must stay and goe with
other (meaning and speaking[?} of the Convoy under the [?]
of Captain Bradily[?]) saying with all that the sayd shipp was better laden
or had more goods in her than her freighters were aware of, and
that Captain Huges must therefore stay for the sayd Convoy and not adventure
to depart without it, or to the purpose I this deponent being present and
hearign the sayd advise direction and order of them the sayd [?] and
[?] as aforesayd and Otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 8th article of the sayd allegation he saith that the very night in which the
sayd shipps came away from Ciprus, which was about the ninth day of
June 1652. the sayd Roger ffoke and Richard[?] Chewnie[?} of the deponents
sight came on board her. And he the heard that they brought certayne
bills of lading tith them to be signed. And further he cannot depose.

To the 9th article her saith he knoweth nothing thereof.

To the 10th article he saith the [?] [?] be out of the direct course from Ciprus
to England, yet for the convenience of such water, and [?] there
lading if any be yet wanting, and the meeting with company the sayd
Island of Zual is held to be the best and [?] way, and shipps board
from Ciprus to England usually touch there. And further he cannot depose.

To the xith article he saith that in fetching the sayd [?] yeare on board.
and fitting the same for the sheaving[?] of the 37 or 38[?] Baggs two
dayes were never Narily spent, and the like tyme allso afterward in [?]
and fitting the shipp, and in [?] time the same could not have beene
done [?] depositions, he cannot depose.

To the xiith article he saith there was a great pille of moneyes belonging
he beleiveth to the frieghters, carryed in the sayd shipp from Loghorne
to Ciprus where the same was delivered to the sayd ffooke and Chowne
or some of them, and therewith he beleiveth the sayd [?] or most of
them more bought. And further or otherwise he cannot depose.

To the 14th and 14th arlate he saith he cannot depose.

To the Crosse Interrogatories

To the 1 and 2. Interrogatories he saith that the fight interate (the Rendent being
then in the Thomas Bonadventure[?]) happened off of Monte Christo and
betwixt ten and twent [?] from Porto Longone[?] that being as the[?]
bound to London, and thither would have come had she not mett the [?]
[?]. And otherwise he cannot answer.