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To the 28th Interrogatorie hee saith hee was divers tymes ashoare
at Petras after the Cesars arrivall there the last tyme, and saith that the
Interrogate harbie was ashoare ther at her last arrivall before him
this deponent, and saith hee was often in the warehouse at Petras
commonly reputed to belonge to the Consull and stayed in there soe long as hee [XXX ] and sometymes a little while and sometymes longer and, hee saith the sayd
Oliver the Viceconsull and others of the Consulls servants told this deponent
that the sayd warehouses did belong to the Consull aforesayd, And saith
hee beleeveth the Interrogate harbie had not the keeping of the keyes
of them, for that hee this deponent went alonge once with the sayd harbie
when hee had occasion to goe in there and remembreth that the sayd harbie
went to one Constantine a Greeke (who was sayd to bee a servant of
the sayd Consull) and the sayd Constantine came and brought the
keys of them and lett in the sayd harbie and tooke an Accompt of
what Curranse the sayd harbie caused this deponent and others of the Cesars company to to take out thereof that
tyme, and hee beleeveth the sayd. Constantine used to keepe the Keys
thereof and Accompts of what was taken out thereof And further saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot more particularly answere
to this Interrogatorie./

To the 29th hee saith
saving his
foregoeing deposition to the allegation to which hee referreth hee
cannot more fully or particularly answere to this Interrogatorie saving hee
saith the Interrogate harbie came not with the forenamed
hamett and Constantine when they brought the Currance predeposed
in manner predeposed./

To the 30th hee saith the sayd Currance soe brought
from the Gulph contained fiftie butts and some odd Carrateels this hee the
better knoweth for that hee tooke a noate of them, and further saving
his foregoeing deposition hee cannot more particularly answere to
this Interrogatorie/

To the 31th hee saith hee hath satisfied the contents of this Interrogatorie in
his foregoeing deposition soe farr as he can./