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The Information of Elizabeth Bell the wife of George Bell Carrman living at the end of Dyet street in Bloomsbury in St. Gyles parish 11 May 1699

Who saith that last night Thomas Harris strong water man in the City gave her 5 counterfeit shillings for a hood at the Kings head in Kings street in St. Gyles's parrish and the Deponent asking him how he durst Venture to make such money he answered that he thought she was an honest woman for he trusted his life in her hands and he said further that one Mr. Barker and his sister's husband was to help him and the Deponent asking him where he made it he said at Mr. Baker's sister's house and that mr Baker was his partner in a strong water shop and that she saw the said Thomas Harris give the 9 counterfeit shillings above mentioned to the said Sarah Woodhouse

the mark of
Eliz Bell

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[2] Iurat die et anno preedict
coram Isaac Newton

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