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ffowke as his servants and knoweth hee did usually imploye them about his
affayres as his servants And further saving his foregoeing deposition hee
cannot answere to this Interrogatorie otherwise than negatively for that hee
knoweth harbie was a board the Cesar when hamett Bashawe and Constantine
came first to the Cesars side with the sayd Currans./

To the 30th and 31th Interrogatories hee saith that hee knoweth not the quantitie of the
Currans Interrogate but knoweth that the money laden
or putt aboard the Cesar at Genoa (videlicet two thousand dollers thereof) was
paid in part of payment for the sayd Currans, and knoweth it was that
money and not other, for that hee knoweth the money laden by harbie at
Nathalagoe was paid back to him by this deponent, and the money brought
by Consull ffowke aboard the Cesar at Nathalagoe from aboard Captain
Millwards shipp was by the sayd Consull at Nathalagoe carried
ashoare before the currans aforesayd were paid for in manner predeposed soe that when the Currans Interrogate were to bee paid for, this deponent
had noe other money to pay for them but the dollers put aboard at Genoa
as aforesayd, And further saving his foregoeing deposition to the
allegation hee cannot answere to these Interrogatories/

To the 32th Interrogatorie hee saithh hee sawe the steeveing of the Currans predeposed
of which as aforesayd steeved aboard the Cesar and saith one of the
Company of the Elizabeth and Anne by name Aron Estes was on board
the Cesar at the steeveing the sayd Currans and marked some off them
with the marke in the margent but wherefore hee soe marked them
hee knoweth not nor whose marke the same is, And saith hee knew
of the sayd Estes his comming from Nathalagoe to Petras in the
Cesar but knew not his busines or to what intente hee came, And
further saving his foregoeing deposition to the allegation hee cannot
answere to this Interrogatorie otherwise than negatively./

To the 33th Interrogatorie hee saith hee never traded in Coffie and
pepper and saith hee beleeveth the Coffie and pepper predeposed of was worth
the value predeposed, for that hee heard the sayd harbie and hamett Bashawe and
Constantine sayd the same was sold at Petras at those rates, and that the
Turkes who receaved the same in part of payment receaved the same at
the rates predeposed videlicet of a doller a pound the Coffie and halfe a doller a
pound the pepper And further saving his foregoeing deposition hee
cannot answere./

To the 34th hee saith hee cannot answere knowing nothing nor having
heard any thing to the effect Interrogate/

To the 35th Interrogatorie hee saith saving his foregoeing deposition hee cannot
answere to this Interrogatorie./

To the 36th hee saith the foresayd Harbie did bringe two gropes of money from