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The Information of Morgan Hughes of the parish of St Gyles in the County of Middlesex Labourer 2d day of 7ber 1699

Who saith that he frequently within these 2 months last past hath bought severall pieces of old counterfeit money and likewise some counterfeit money but the new Counterfeit money was cut by his Majestys officers of Excize as bad before this Examinant bought the same and that he sold the same to a Refyner in Wood Street by the Sign of the 7 Starrs and to one {Ant} Partridge or Patrick a Goldsmith in Cheapside + who is a professed Quaker and that one of the two Counterfeit shillings now produced was found in the street by one of this Examinants children

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Morgan Hughes

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