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The Examination of Ellen Champion daughter of William Champion of the parish of St. Iames's Westminster Labourer 2d May 1699

Who saith that a litle after Thomas Moore was committed to Newgate one Tho Scott brought to this Examinant something in a bagg which he said he believed did belong to the said Thomas Moore + desired her to throw it into the Thames but this Examinant put the said bagg into her box and forgott to throw it into the Thames and about a week or 10 dayes ago some persons comeing to demand the said Thing which she had as aforesaid She did remember that she had the said bagg in her custody and did produce the same and as she has been since told there was an Edger for making or edging of counterfeit money in the said bagg

Ellen Champion

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[2] Capt. Coram me die et anno preedict
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