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same and poured the money outof them upon the deck of the great Cabin of the
Cesar and hee and the forenamed Marco told the same and then the
Turkes told the same againe after them and put it up, And the sayd Captaine
ffudge caused alsoe the sayd five chests of Coffie and the pepper predeposed of
brought from Zant to be also delivered to the sayd Turkes in liew of their
sayd Currans who receaved the same and went away satisfied therewith or at
least seemed soe to bee And hee saith the sayd Currans being delivered aboard
the Cesar were there steeved by the Company of the Cesar and some Greeks
who came from shoare to that purpose into the [?Cocke], predeposed brought ready
wrought from Castle de Marr And saith all the rest of the Currans brought
home in the sayd shipp came aboard all ready steeved in Casks and were
laden all of them (save some for butts which were taken in at Zant) at
Petras in the Morea, and saith as well these laden at Petras by the sayd
Turkes, and from shoare, as these laden at Zant were all laden (as hee
verily beleeveth) for the Accompt of the arlate Thomas Rowse and
ffrancis ffowke the premisses hee deposeth being aboard the Cesar
and an eye and eare wittnes of them And further to those articles hee cannot

To the 24th article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee being Cabin
boy of the Cesar and Constantly aboard her knoweth that the Curran[?t]s
laden aboard the Cesar at the places aforesayd in manner aforsayd and
were not at any tyme after their ladeing in possession of the arlate harbie
or any other person whatsoever save of the sayd Captaine ffudge the commander
of the Cesar aforsayd now were put out of the sayd shipp at any tyme
untill they were discharged in the River of Thames And further saving
his foregoeing depositon hee cannot depose./

To 25th article of the sayd allegation hee saith saving his foregoeing
deposition to which hee referreth hee cannot depose./

To the 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th 31th and 32th hee saith saving his
foregoeing deposition hee cannot depose./

To the 33th article of the sayd allegation hee saith hee never heard the arlate
harbie at Petras make any clayme to any of the Currans in question
as belonging to the arlate William Williams and Company nor did heare
him there speake to the sayd ffudge to deliver any of them at Argustoll
And further hee cannot depose/

To the 34th and 35th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith hee knoweth the
shipp Cesar and Captaine ffudge arlate were in Nathalagoe Roade all the
tyme that the arlate Clement harbie was there aboard the Elizabeth and
Anne for that hee knoweth the sayd harbie came from Zant at his first coming