<3r> [1]

Elizabeth pithall the wife of Iohn pithall above menconed maketh oath that she told certain men of a chest at her house belonging to croudson above menconned and yt she carryed them to her house into croudson's room and shewed them the Chest and saw them open it and take out croudson's Clothes and a vice an a paper with some files in it and a litle box with abot. 8 or 9 counterfeit Shillings one or two of which was rugged on the edges and another had a bit broke out of it and that were also in it two pieces of Metall one of which was abot. the length of one finger

the mark of
Eliz: Pithall


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[2] Iurat Iuly the 9th. 1698
coram Is. Newton

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