<112r> [1]

Sarah Bassett maketh oath to the truth of the above written affidavitt and that two women did depose before      Riches Es that the said Deponent was at home at her room and in the yard belonging to the house in St Mary Overy's parish all that Fryday (washing and drying of clothes) that the said Eliz: Pilkington swore her to be with her in Kent street (as is mentioned in the aforesaid Deposition{)}


[1] 235

[2] Iurat 25 die Iulÿ 1699
coram Is: Newton

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