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To the 21th Interrogatorie hee saith saving his foregoeing depositión to the 13th article of
the allegation hee cannot more fully answere to this Interrogatorie/

To the 22th Interrogatorie hee saith hee understandeth not the Turkish language and
further saving his foregoeing deposition to the 14th and 15th articles of the allegation
to which hee referreth hee cannot answere to the inter othewise then negatively/

To the 23th Interrogatorie hee saith hee well knoweth that the Interrogate Thomas Oliver
did not go along in the Cesar to Nathalgoe, And saith hee beleeveth hee sayd
at Petras and came not at all to Nathalagoe while the Cesar was there that this deponent
knoweth of And ffurther to this interrogatorie hee cannot answere/

To the 24th and 25th Interrogatories saving his foregoing deposition hee cannot further answere to these

To the 26th Interrogatorie hee saith saving his foregoing deposition to the allegation hee
cannot for the reasons therein expressed further answere to the Interrogatorie./

To the 27th hee saith hee hear and beleeveth that at harbies arrivall at Petras
Oliver was then there, (but sick though somewhat recovered of what hee was formerly
as this deponent hath heard) and saith the sayd Oliver before the Cesars departure
from Petras was soe well recovered that hee came aboard her And further to
this Interrogatorie hee cannot answere, saving hee saith the sayd Oliver did
not in this deponents or heareing finde any fault with the sayd harbie/

To the 28th Interrogatorie hee saith hee was never ashore at Petras after the
Cesars arrivall there and therefore cannot further answere to this Interrogatorie
than before hee hath declared in his deposition to the allegation aforesayd/

To the 29th Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth the Currans predeposed of brought
from the Gulphe and laden aboard the Cesar in manner aforesayd were
brought by the Interrogate ffowkes serrvant, for that hee had seene the
foresayd hamett Bashaw and Constantine severall tymes before that aboard
the Cesar attending the sayd Consull William ffowke as his servants
And further saving his foregoing deposition to the 14th 15th 21th 22th
and 23th articles of the allegation aforesayd hee cannot answere to this
interrogationie otherwise than negatively./

To the 30th Interrogatorie hee saith hee knoweth not the quantitie of the
Currans Interogate, but for the reasons in this foregoing deposition declared
knoweth that they were paid for with the money put aboard at Genoa and the
Coffie and pepper predeposed deposeth of and saith hee did take notice of and well knew
the moneys soe laden at Genoa, from that laden at Nathalagoe, and saith hee
well knoweth that that laden at Genoa was kept in Captaine ffudge his
Chest, and that laden at Nathalgoe by harbie as aforesayd, was kept in
a locker in the sayd Captaines Cabbin by itselfe, this hee knoweth for
that hee had the keepeing of both the sayd moneyes, being Cabbin boy as
aforesayd and intrusted of by the sayd ffudge therewith, And saith