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To the 16th 17th 18th and 19th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that
about the tyme when the arlate William ffowke dyed aboard the Cesar, there
came newes from Petras from the sayd William ffowkes house there,
that the arlate Thomas Oliver laye then there very sick and almost speechelesse,
whereupon the sayd ffudge being much troubled thereat, and not dareing to goe on
shoare without protection of the sayd Vice Consull Thomas Oliver, and not
knowing howe to get the Nathalagoe Currans aforesayd (which the sayd
Consull sayd hee had bought) on board the Cesar, did advise with the
arlate John Gifford what course was fittest for him the sayd ffudge to take
in that case And the sayd Gifford did in the presence of this deponent and
others, advise the sayd ffudge to send to Zant for the arlate Clement Harbie
to bee his assistant, and told the sayd ffudge hee the sayd Gifford could doe
much with the sayd Harbie, and the sayd Gifford then proffered to give
fifteene dollars to some Greekes to goe with a ffallowca or boate of his
the sayd Giffords which attended on him, to Zant to fetch the sayd Harbie
to Nathalagoe which the sayd Greekes belonging to the sayd boate
refuseing to doe for feare of being taken by the turkes Galliotts who
as they sayd were then abroad the sayd Gifford in the presence of
this deponent and others of the Company of the shipp Cesar advised
the sayd Captaine ffudge to goe with his shipp the Cesar to Zant
to fetch the sayd Clement Harbie, which the sayd ffudge by his
persuasion accordingly did, and came with the sayd Harbie back
to Nathalagoe Roads, the premisses hee deposeth of his owne knowledge
And further to these articles hee cannot depose. /

To the 20th article hee saith that by reason of the death of the sayd Consull
William ffowke and sicknes of the sayd Thomas Oliver his Vice Consull
and by reason of the absence of the shipp Cesar being gone to Zant as
aforesayd to fetch the sayd Clement Harbie the arlate Hardwick
Langford and Gifford gott part of the Currans of Nathalagoe on board the
shipp the Elizabeth and Anne and used such meanes that none of the
Currants growing that yeare 1655 at Nathalagoe could be gotten aboard
the Cesar although the sayd Consull William ffowke had in his
life tyme bought them and paid two thousand peeces of eight (as hee
sayd) in part of payment for them And this deponent knoweth that none
of them were laden aboard the Cesar And further to this article hee
cannot depose /

To the 21th and 22th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that the sayd
William ffudge and Clement Harbie seeing they were prevented of receiving