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him this deponent he saith the sayd Salter and this deponent (being the
Interrogate Thomas Childe) were of the Company of the Cesar at Petras
and that the sayd Estes was then of the Company of the Elizabeth and Anne, but on board
the Cesar at Petras. And he saith the sayd schedule is a protest
made by the Interrogate harbie against the Interrogate ffudge at
Petras for not signeing bills of ladeing for certayne curranse aboard the
Cesar to deliver them aboard the Elizabeth and Anne and saith the sayd protest was soe made and done as therein as conteyned
in the presense of the sayd Estes Salter and this deponent says are all as hee
beleeveth commonly accompts honest men And further to this Interrogatorie
hee cannot answer./

To the 39th Interrogatorie hee saith hee beleeveth the letter or Schedule
Interrogate to bee the proper hand writing of the Interrogate Clement
harbie. And further hee cannot answere/

To the 40th Interrogatorie hee cannot answere, not knowing what
to beleeve/.

To the 41 the Interrogatorie hee saith that by the order of the order
Interrogate William ffudge hee this deponent did write a letter
to the Interrogate Mr B[XX]det, and the same was signed by the sayd
ffudge but the contents of the sayd letter hee remembreth not, having
noe coppie thereof And further to this Interrogatorie hee cannot answer./

To the 42 Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not the contents of any
bills of ladeing signed for the goods of the Interrogate Rowse and ffudge
not having seene them, nor hath hee seene the Boatswaine
of the Cesars booke, and therefore knoweth not whether they be entered
therein as laden by the Interrogate harbies order, and further to this
Interrogatorie hee cannot answere./


Repeated before doctor Godolphin/



Examined upon the sayd allegation/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Jacob Salter of the parish of Stepney Mariner aged
thirty years or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and examined
saith and deposeth as following videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that for the reasons in
his subsequent deposition expressed hee beleeveth that the arlate Edward
Wright Stephen Wright and William Langhorne at Genoa arlate and the
arlate William ffowke Consull of the English Nation at the Morea [XXXX GUTTER]