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The Examination of Iudith Cumber 28 Aprill 1699

Who saith that she hath been acquainted with Sarah Dobson now in custody about 12 a year but that this Examinant never saw the said Dobson make counterfeit money but this Examinant saith that the said Dobson did latly declare to this Examinant that when Mr. Saker searched the said Dobson's Lodging room she had a six pence in her pocket which was Dyer's money and that at the same time there was some counterfeit money under a meal bagg upon a shelf in the {sai}d room of the said Dobson at the search aforesaid which was likewise Dyers money as Dobson said to this Examinant.

Iudith Cumber

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[2] Capt. die et anno preedict
coram Is Newton

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