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The Deposition of Robt. Saker of the parish of St. Sepulchres Landed Gentry taken this 29 day of Novr. 1698

Who saith that on Sunday last by the Information of Eliz Bacon now in custody this Deponent with others searched a house in Golden Lance in the parish of St. Gyles Criplegate without London and then and these found in the back Garret of the said house a pair of stamps or Dyes for shillings and that by the Information of Eliz Bacon + Edward Bacon her husband is now a prisoner in Newgate he this Deponent with others did likewise search a house in Shandois street and did find the fore Garret of said house another pair of Dyes or stamps for making shillings

Robt. Saker

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[2] Iurat die et anno preedict coram
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