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The Informacon of Iohn Wood of White Chappell street in ye parrish of White Chappell in the County of Middx 17th. Febry 16989

Who saith That one Mathew Iohnson + Mr      Furness of the Mint did sevrll times abot. 3 yeares ago counterfeit the Current Coyn of this Kingdom by counter\feit/ milld shillings severall times at one Mr. Gre{illeg}|e|ns in the Mint in Southwark aforesd and likewise in Gravell Lane in Southwark and mrs Iohnson wife of the sd Mathew Iohnson + Mrs. Furness wife of the said Iohn Furness used to file + edge ye sd Counterfeit money aftr their husbands had cast it as aforesaid

the mark of
Iohn Wood

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