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meanes was used, (but by whome hee knoweth not) that more of the
Nathalagoe Currants aforesayd could be gotten or were laden aboard the
Cesar this hee deposeth being boatswaine and aboard the Cesar And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 21th and 22th articles of the sayd allegacon hee saith that hee being boatswaine
and aboard knoweth that the sayd ffudge (and the says harbie with him) returned
in the Cesar from Nathalagoe back to Petras to take aboard the sayd shipp
the Currants of the Morea, and this deponent there sawe diuers of the Petras
Currants steeved and a steeveing into Casks in the warehouses of the late
Consull William ffowke, And saith that while the shipp Cesar lay there
hee knoweth that the articulate hamet Bashaw and Constantine a Greeke (whome
this deponent sawe formerly attend on the sayd Consull as his servants) came
and brought in boates to the side of the Cesar Currants brought from
the Gulphe articulate, and sawe Turkes who ought the sayd Currants
coming in the sayd boates did of this deponents sight and knowledge in
liew of their sayd Currants receave of the sayd Captaine ffudge or by his
order the said cheste of Coffins and nyne baggs of pepper there deposed, and
saith the sayd Turkes alsoe of this deponents sight and knowledge who helped to hand the sayd money over the side of the shipp Cesar carried away certaine money in baggs (but
how much or by whome paid to hee knoweth not) and therewith departed
And further to these articles hee cannot depose./

To the 23 article of the sayd allegation hee saith being boatswaine as
aforesayd and aboard) that hee knoweth that all the Currants aforesayd
brought from the Gulphe and laden aboard the shipp Cesar, were stowed a
board the sayd shipp in casks made of the pipestaves and hoopes and in other
casks ready made by all brought in the Cesar from Castle de Marr articulate,
and saith they were steeved by the Company of the shipp and one or two more
sent from shoare from Petras to that purpose, but by whome sent hee
knoweth not, and saith that hee knoweth for that hee was ashoare and sawe them in
the warehouses of the Consull aforesayd at Petras and helped to fetch and sawe them
aboard the Cesar, that all the Curranse laden aboard the sayd shipp at
Petras (except the Currans which came from the Gulphe as aforesayd)
were brought in casks ready steeveed out of the warehouses aforesayd,
and were got for the Accompt of the arlate Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke as hee beleeveth as well
And further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 24th article hee saith that hee being as aforesayd boatswaine of
and aboard the Cesar hereby well knoweth that none of the Curranse
laden aboard the sayd shipp were put out hereof until they were
discharged in the River of Thames And further to this article hee cannot depose

To the 25th hee saith saving his foregoing deposition to which hee referreth
hee cannot more fully depose to this article./