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saith as touching the Schedule Interrogate now shewed
to him (which upon readeing doth to this deponent appeared to bee a protest made
against Captaine ffudge therein named for not signeing bills of ladeing and not
delivering of Currans according as is therein expressed)
hee was never acquainted with or privie
to the contents thereof before nor, and saith hee remembreth hee sawe the
sayd Child sell his hand thereto and further to this Interrogatorie hee
cannot answere./

To the 39th Interrogatorie and the letter therein mentioned hee saith hee knoweth
not the Interrogate harbies hand writing and therefore cannot answere
to this Interrogatorie./

To the 40th Interrogatorie hee cannot answere knowing not what to beleeve in
the case Interrogate./

To the 41th hee saith hee knoweth nothing nor hath heard any thing
touching the contents of this Interrogatorie and therefore cannot answere thereto/

To the 42th hee cannot answere having neither seene any bills of ladeing
touching the Currans in question or touching any Currans laden
aboard the Cesar the voyage in question nor seene the boatswaines booke
Interrogate and therefore knoweth not who is sayd to bee laden of them either
in the sayd bills or booke/

Repeated before doctor Goldolphin



This 26th of ffebruary 1655

Examined upon the sayd allegation/

4 us

William ffudge of Wapping in the parish of Saint Mary
Matfellon of White Chappell and County of Middlesex Mariner,
Master of the Cesar, aged forty three yeares or thereabouts
a wittnes sworne and examined saith and deposeth
as followeth videlicet./

To the first article of the sayd allegation he saith, hee well knoweth that
in the moneth and tyme arlate Edward Wright Stephen Wright
and William Langhorne resideing at Genoa were the factors and Corre=
spondants of the arlate Thomas Rowse and ffrancis ffowke there, and did
of this deponents knowledge within the sayd tyme there article for them as their
Correspondents as in this deponents following deposition will now at large
appeare, And the arlate William ffowke Consull for the English nation at
the Morea was there the Agent or Correspondent of the sayd Thomas Rowse and