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The Deposition of Edward Ivy Prisoner in Newgate 22d augt. 1698

He saith That Ino Iennings Gentleman late Footman to the Duke of Monmouth about 4 years ago in the Deponents Garden in Berry's Court in Lickabone street in London shewed the Deponent a handfull of Guineas being about 100 and told the Deponent that he and another person who lived near Hampton Court joyned stocks togeather + had a Convenient house for coyning + that he + the other person coyned those Guineas and they wanted a 3d person to assist them and desired the Deponent to put in a 110li + become sharer with them

Edward Ivye

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[2] Iurat die et anno pedict
cor Is Newton

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