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The Information of henry Saunders of Cross Lane in the parish of St. Gyles in the fields in the County of Middlesex Tallow Chandler augt. 1698

Who saith that about october last past one michaell Gillinham who lives near Charing Cross called of this Deponent at his house in the whiteFryers and desired this Deponent to go with him to Wapping to Thomas Holloway who then lodged there for that (as Gillingham said) the said Hollway refused to go into Scotland till he had seen this Deponent in order to desire him to see that the said Gillingham took some care of Scotland and this Deponent did go with the said Gillingham to Holloway to the Turk's head near Armitage Bridge in Wapping to one Mr. Brownes and this Deponent saw the said Gillingham give a summ of money to Holloway and Holloway did make a bargaine with a Master of a shop (who was commonly called Skipper Lawes) to carry him into Scotland and gave him some money in hand and another day a litle time after the said Gillingham called again of this Deponent and this Deponent did then go with him so the said Thomas Holloway to Wapping and did then go with Tho: Holloway and his wife to Bow where <43v> Holloway sealed a Letter of Attorney to the said Gillingham impowering him to receive what Debts was owing to him the said Holloway and then the said Holloway and his wife took horse and went away with a Design to go into Scotland as Holloway declared and the said Gillingham & this Deponent returned back from the Queens head at Bow where they parted with Holloway and his wife to a House in Coleman street where Gillingham called and told the man of the house that his horses would not be at home till two or three dayes were over and the reason that Gillingham told the said person in Coleman street about his horses not returning as aforesaid was because (as Gillingham said) that he would not have Holloway persued by the man for his horses for that Holloway had but hired them for one say and was to return them at night of the same day he had them and the said Gillingham and this Deponent went the same day to Newgate and called of one Mr. Chaloner who was then a Prisoner there (as this Deponent hath been told for counterfeiting the Current Coyn of this Kingdom and Chaloner did then ask Gillingham if Holloway was gone away and Gillingham replied that he was and Chaloner then seemed to be very joyfull and said a fart for the world

Henry Saunders

[3]

[1] Westminster Ss

[2] 98

[3] Iurat die et anno preedict
coram Is Newton

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