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The Deposition of Dorathy Tompson of Kings street near Golden square in St. Iames's parish 3d 7ber 1698

She sayth that about 5 or 6 years ago she saw Iohn Hickes of Chelsea and his daughter Mary Huett clip the Current Coyn of this Kingdom at Colehorne between Chelsea and Kensington and that she hath also about five years ago seen mr. Iohn Gibbons in company with Mary Townsend the daughter of Mr Edward Ivie and that the said {Iohn Gibbons} gave to the said mary two Guineas and in giving them whispered to her She sayth also that she hath carryed Clippings of the Current Coyn of this Kingdom from the said Mr. Edwd Ivie to one      Iacob of Sho Lane in Holborn a reputed Silver smith about 5 or 6 years ago

Dorathy Thomas


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[2] Iurat 7ber 3 1698 coram
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