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Mary Brannon alias Booker maketh oath this 3d day of November 1698 that she heard Mrs. Sarah Cletor says that mrs Elizabeth Cable the daughter of mrs. Cable now the wife of Welby who lives in the 3d or 4{th} house from litle Queenstreet in the left hand in a Turning did tell her that her father mr Welby had a mill without a fly to it And the Deponent suspects that the said Mill is for coyning being told of it by mrs. Cletor as if it were for that purpose

Mary Brannon

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

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