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To the 11th hee saith [?the] sayd ffudge did with presence of the deponent
and others of the company of the shipp Cesar deliver a bagg (sealed up (as hee beleeveth) and conteyning
(as the deponent beleeveth) a thousand dollars being one of the baggs receaved at
Genoa as aforesayd) to the sayd Oliver who receaved the same at Petras and told the sayd
ffudge that hee would therewith and with other effects of the sayd consulls which
hee the sayd Thomas Oliver had pay for the Petras Currance
and get them in a readines in the sayd Consulls warehouse there against
the sayd ffudge came from Nathalagoe, and by word of mouth ordered the sayd ffudge to
goe with the Cesar and the Coffie and pepper aforesayd aboard her, and
the three thousand dollars aboard remayning of the four thousand dollars taken
in at Genoa as aforesayd, and take in the Currance contracts for
or brought at Nathalagoe aforesayd soe soone as they could be gotten
ready, and these premisses were spoken and done in presence of this deponent
and divers others of the Cesars Company but there names hee remembreth
not, And hee saith the sayd ffudge did according to the sayd order sayle
his sayd shipp to Nathalagoe and there safely arrived And further
to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 12th hee saith that the sayd shipp Cesar being arrived at Nathalagoe
the arlate William ffowke came aboard her and in presence of this
deponent and others of the sayd shipps Company did bid the sayd ffudge
make his sayd shipp ready to receave the sayd Nathalagoe Currance
for that hee the sayd ffowke intended to lade them very speedily or
to that effect, And hee saith that in order thereto the sayd William
ffowke the Consull sent to Petras for sacks to
lade the sayd currants aboard the Cesar, and the same being brough
were delivered to him this deponent, who caused them to bee
mended, and caused them being mended to be carried a shoare at
Nathalagoe to be in a readines for ladeing the sayd currance,
And hee this deponent alsoe went with others of the Cesars company
aboard the shipp of one Captaine Miller then at Nathalagoe
and receaved of him some boards to make roomes in the Cesar for stowing
of Currance which boards were delivered (according to order
which this deponent heard the sayd Counsull by worde of mouth give to the sayd
ffudge to fetch the same, And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 13th hee saith that hee well knoweth the Elizabeth and Anne was at
Nathalgoe while the Cesar was there and hee sawe the arlate William ffowke
goe aboard her there, but what words passed betwixt the sayd ffowke and the