<102r> [1]

Phillip Iohnson of White Lyonstreet in St. Gyles's parish in the Fields Tinn man deposeth this 26th. day of aprill 1699 that he knoweth Iohn Brown now prisoner in Newgate and that he hath a wife and 4 Small children the eldest of which is about 8 yeares old and which are in very great want and that he the said Brown hath been on the Common side of the Prison for about 12 a year and hath of late been very Sick and still continues so and the Deponent believes that the said Brown hath lived only on the Prison allowance and the charity of Friends and is with his family in a very deplorable condition

Phillip Iohnson

[2]

Browne's wife saith that her husband hath practised Chyrurgery in St. Thomas's Hospitall and in Wales and in London

Henry Parker Cork Cutter of St. olives parish Southwark and Samuell Hill who is going to set up Book selling in St. Martins Lane offer to be bound in 50ll a piece for Browne's good behaviour during his stay in England

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[2] Iurat die et anno preedict coram
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