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To the 31th and 32th hee cannot depose/

To the 33th article of the sayd allegation hee saith the arlate Clement harbie
did not at Petras make any clayme to any of the Currans
contracted as belonging to the arlate William Williams and Company that this
deponent knoweth of, And this deponent well knoweth that hee did not there
speake to him to deliver any of the sayd Currans at Argustall arlate
and further to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 34th article hee saith hee well knoweth that the shipp Cesar and
hee this deponent were in the Roade of Nathalagoe all the tyme that
Clement harbie was aboard the Elizabeth and Anne for that hee knoweth
the sayd harbie came first to Nathalagoe in the Cesar and alsoe departed
thence in the Cesar to Petras and lost the Elizabeth and Anne at Nathalagoe
And saith hee this deponent never knewe of nor sawe the agreement
arlate, And furthe to this article hee cannot depose/

To the 35th and 36th articles hee saith the arlate Clement harbie did not at
any tyme give any order in writing to this deponent to deliver to
humphrey hardwick at Argustoll 37 butts five Caratells and
three quarter rolls of Currants, but saith that on the contrary the
sayd Clement harbie on or about the 13th or 14th of October 1655
did at Argostall, speake to this deponent first and afterwards to this
deponents purser Thomas Child in presence of this deponent, that neither
of them could deliver any of the Currans laden aboard the Cesar
out of the sayd shipp to any person whatsoever till the sayd Currans came
to England, and the sayd harbie in presence of this deponenent desyred the
sayd Child and this deponent to speake to the company of the sayd
shipp and require them not to deliver any of the Currans aboard her
to any person whatsoever till the sayd shipp arives in England or hee
spake words to that effect, And further to these articles hee cannot depose/

To the 37th article hee saith that hee well knoweth that the arlate
humphrey hardwick did not deliver any money aboard the Cesar,
nor to this deponent, and saith the bill of ladeing signed by him for two Gropes
of money predeposed or was only for the moneys predeposed of laden aboard
the Cesar by the sayd harbie, and was signed aboard the Cesar
after the sayd harbie comming aboard thereof, hee the sayd harbie
pretending hee desyred the same meerely for mortalities sake and that
in case hee should dye it might appeare hee this deponent had the
sayd money, and thereupon hee this deponent signed the sayd bill at
the request of the sayd harbie not minding for whose Accompt
the same was expressed to bee, or what purpose the same was laden,
And further to this article hee cannot depose/