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The Information of Nath Ragland of the parish of St. Gyles in the Fields in the said County of Middlesex Cheesmonger 2d. 7ber 1699


Who saith that this day he with others his assistants found in the room of Mr. Hughes now in custody 2 counterfeit shillings one of which this Informant believes to be made of Copper + feagued over and likewise some white pouder in a paper a pot and a litle Viol or Glass bottle with something in it which this Informant doth believe is for feaguing over Counterfeit money and that after the botle aforesaid was found one of the children of the said Hughes said that that was the botle or stuff which her father used about money or words to that effect

Nath Ragland


[1] Middlesex

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