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The Deposition of Ioseph Ewin of the parish of St. Mary Overyes in the Burrough of Southwark Basket Maker 25 Iuly 99

Who Deposeth that one Mrs Pilkington lately made oath before       Riches Esqr. that Sarah Bassett and she were at a Cellar in Kent street in the parish of St Georges Southwark in the County of Surrey upon a Fryday a litle before and did dessign to make counterfeit money and one Iohn Randall who is Landlord to the said Sarah Bassett made oath before the said       Riches Esqr. that the said Sarah Bassett was at home in the said parish of St mary overyes most part <112r> of the said Fryday and particularly that hour that the said Pilkington swore Bassett was with her in Kent street upon which the said       Riches discharged the said Sarah Bassett who was then in custody

the mark of
Ioseph Ewin


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[2] Iurat die et anno preedict
coram Isaac Newton

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