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To the third hee cannot answer otherwise then as aforesaid,
referring himselfe to his foregeoing deposition.

To the 4th hee saith hee doth not knowe the shipp the Thomas Bonadventure
and otherwise cannot answer.

To the 5th hee cannot answer.

To the 6th negatively for his part and otherwise hee cannot

To the 7th hee conceiveth that there is noe other way for a shipp
to course from Cyprus for London England but through the
Streights mouth, and beleeveth then the Thomas Bonadventure

To the 8th hee cannot answer saving as aforesaid.

To the 9th hee saith hee never came from Salina Roade, and
therefore cannot answer further to this interrogatorie.

To the tenth hee cannot answer not having bin any voyage
in the Streights theise 7 or eight and twenty yeeres, saving in as
a Commander in the states service of late yeeres.

To the 12th hee cannot depose, not knowing ought of the steeving
of woolls at Cyprus.

To the 13th hee answereth negatively forhis part, and otherwise
hee cannot answer.

To the 14th hee cannot depose.

To the 15th hee saith hee was never at Port fferrara, and
therefore cannot answer to be rest of this interrogatorie.

To the 16th hee cannot answer.

To the 17th hee conceiveth a master of a shipp in merchants service
to be bound to followe his imployers order, and otherwise hee
cannot answer.

To the 18 negatively for his part and otherwise hee cannot answer.

To the 19th hee saith hee knoweth the interrate George hughes
by sight, and otherwise cannot answer.

To the 20th hee saith hee was Admirall of the States fleete
in the Streights in the yeere 1651, and Convoyed such
English merchants man as came or desired to come under this rendent
and that they came and went away when they pleased, some continuing
with him longer and some a shorter space as they had occasion
and otherwise hee cannot answer.

To the 21th negatively for his part, and otherwise hee cannot
answer, saying hee would not if hee were a merchant man
stay for the Convoy, but goe his wayes as his occasions or
the orders of his imployers required.