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The Deposition of Sarah Holloway of St. Gyles parish Widdow 17 Ianuary 16989

She saith that about 8 years ago Nath Peck came to the Deponents house in Peters street Westminster and there in sight of the Deponent and her son Thomas Holloway made severall parcells of Counterfeit shillings and half Crowns in imitation of the Current Coyn of this Kingdom and for that purpose rented a room of the Deponent after the rate of 5s per week for above a month togeather and that he made this Counterfeit money by casting and that about 12 a year after the said Nathl Peck lodged in the Deponent's house in Epping Forrest and there counterfeited the Current Coyn of this Kingdom in making half Crownes and shillings by stamping

the mark of
Sarah Holloway


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[2] Iurat die et anno preedict
coram Is Newton

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