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The Examintion of Iane Iuxon wife of Danl Iuxon of the parish of St Gyles in the Fields in the county of Middlesex Dyer 3d Novr. 1698

Who saith that the Counterfeit money and {Spaud} and pieces of Molten Metall which Mr. Morrin and Mr Saker found the day in this Examinants custody and possession were delivered to her {husband} by one Mrs Morris except the langer Flask which was before last Christmas brought to her house by one Mrs. Davis who is gone into Ireland and that the flask which was moulded with a 6 pence was left with this Examinant by the said Mrs. Morris about an hour before to dry by the fire side and that she hath known the said mrs morris about a month and hath had of the said mrs morris about 5 or 6s in counterfeit milld money besides that now taken upon her and last Sunday put off 3s thereof to one mrs Booker and received of the said Mrs. Booker 1s. of good money for the same and the the said Mrs. Booker bespoke the said counterfeit money now taken upon this Examinant (being 40 milld six pences) and was to pay this Examinant for the same after the rate of 10s. for 30s

the mark of
Iane Iuxon

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[2] Capt die et Anno preedicts coram
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