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To the 12th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that whilst the sayd ffudge
remayned with his sayd shipp the Cesar at Nathalagoe the sayd Consull
William ffowke came aboard her and told the sayd ffudge that hee intended
speedily to lade aboard the Cesar the Nathalagoe Curranse, and willed
him to prepare his shipp ready to receave them, and the sayd ffowke
sent for sacks to Petras for carrying Curranse from Nathalagoe
aboard the Cesar, which sacks accordingly brought, and the sayd ffudge
alsoe receaved by order of the sayd Consull ffowke some boards from
the arlate Captaine Millers shipp to make roome in the Cesar for
stoweing of Curranse, this hee deposeth of his owne sight and knowledge and
further to this article hee cannot depose

To the 13th hee saith that hee knoweth that the shipp Elizabeth and Anne
was at Nathalagoe whilst the Cesar was there, and hee this deponent
sawe the arlate William ffooke goe on board the Elizabeth and Anne
there, in the Cesars boate, and further to this article hee cannot depose
for that hee went not with the sayd Consull on board the Elizabeth and Anne nor heard the words arlate spoken by the arlate William ffowke

To the 14th article hee saith that upon the second of September at night the
sayd Consull William ffowke came aboard the Cesar and in the
presense and hearing of this deponent and the forenamed Marco and others
upon the deck of the Cesar asked the sayd Captaine ffudge whether his sayd shipp Cesar were
ready to take the Curranse which which were at Nathalagoe, and told him they
would (as hee thought) be brought aboard within three or fower
dayes tyme, soe that hee might soone dispatch there and goe thense to
the Morea and take in these Curranse that were provided there And further sayd that hee the sayd William ffowke had paid to the Vivonda at Nathalagoe two thousand dollers in part and [XXXXX GUTTER]
for the Nathalagoe Curranse and that the sayd Vivonda had given him (a receipt or Zofrar for receipt of the sayd moneys and
with all hee the sayd Consull then asked the sayd sayd ffudge whether
hee had any stronge water for that hee the sayd Consull was not well,
and the sayd ffudge saying yes, hee had, the sayd Consull and ffudge
went into the great Cabbin togeather And further to this article hee
cannot depose./

To the 15th hee saith hee well knoweth that from the tyme hee the
sayd Consull ffowke came soe on board the Cesar and complyned
hee was sick, hee grew worse and worse and complyned much of [XX GUTTER]
an inward heate and drought and departed his life in the great Cabbin of the
Shipp Cesar on the thursday (being the sixth of September 1655) next following his soe coming on board,
this hee deposeth seeing him in the tyme of his sayd sicknes and hearing him soe complayne And hee
saith that there was a Comon reporte amongst the sea men of the Cesar
(they hearing that hee was sick on shoare before his comming a board
that they verily beleeved that hee the sayd ffowke was poysoned on shoare before
his comming aboard the Cesar, And further to this article hee cannot depose