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To the 8th hee saith the ffactory interrogate was brought to london by this
deponent in the shipp the Elizabeth and Anne a foresayd and saith the sayd ffactorie
was delivered by the interrogate Harbie to this deponent at Argostell aforesayd
with hs owne hands the letter to satisfie this deponent how the sayd 3000 dollars
which hee had delivered to him for the Accompt of the sayd Williams and Company
was disposed of And further to this interrogatorie hee cannot answere/

To the 9th hee saith it is usuall amongst merchants and ffactors and their correspondents
to expresse the costs of the goods and the charges thereupon and the factors provisions
And hee saith that hee hath in his possession a factory or invoice to that effect under the hand of the
sayd harbie And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot depose

To the 10th hee saith that during his stay at Nathalgoe Roade hee heard of
the death of the Consull William ffowke Interrogate and to the rest of the Interrogatorie
hee answereth negatively for his part having not heard any such thing as is Interrogate/

To the 11 the Interrogatorie hee saith the Curranse laden aboard the Elizabeth and
Anne at Nathalgoe were bought, and they most part of them laden aboard
the sayd shipp before the death of the Consull the Interrogate William ffowke
And hee saith that the currants laden aboard the shipp Cesar were brought
by this deponent before the death of the sayd ffowke, but shipped
aboard the Cesar by the sayd harbie after the death of the sayd Consell this hee knoweth
for that hee sawe the sayd Consull burial before the shipp Cesar departed from
Nathalgoe to Petras to lade the sayd Curranse And hee saith the Interrogate
William ffowke did pretende him selfe whilst hee lived to be Consull at the Morea
for the English nation And the interrogate Thomas Oliver pretended him
selfe to be viceconsull of the sayd Nation only at Petras but whether they
were either of them soe or not hee knoweth not And further to this Interrogatorie hee
cannot answere/

To the last hee saith the Interrogate Captaine ffudge was in the Roade of
Nathalgoe and privie and consenting to the Contracte Interrogate
and was made acquainted therewith by this deponent And
was on board the Elizabeth and Anne who the sayd Contract was agreed upon
And further hee cannot depose/

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/.

Hmm: Hardwicke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]