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The Information of Richard Angell of Skinnrs. street in Bishopgate parish without Goldsmith 9 February 989

He saith that about years ago William Thornton late an Inn Keeper at Bury workt with the Informant at Walton within 4 miles of Hartford in Hartford these in making litle Crownes in imitation of the old hammered money by casting and that the said Thornton then told the Informant that he had been upon the highway with one Osborn who was executed for the Robbery

Rich Angell

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