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The Information of Thomas Fletcher of the parish of            Labourer 2d October 1699

Who saith that he hath had severall times within 3 monthes last past severall summs of counterfeit money of one Mrs Egleston and Mary her daughter who live upon Saffron hill St. Andrews Holborn and this Informant bought the said counterfeit money of them and gave after the rate of 20s. of good money for 40s. of bad money and about 7 or 8 dayes ago one Susanna who lives with the said Mrs Egleston brought to this Informant the 4 counterfeit shillings now produced and this Informant did give give 2s to the said mrs Egleston for the same

And that in or about Iuly last past he had at 2 severall times of mr Hilton who lives in Black Fryars London counterfeit money about 3 or 4s the first time and about 8 or 9s the 2d time he received the first money of Hilton in Black Fryars aforesaid And that about Iuly last he received of mrs Cumby (who was latly tryed at the old Bayly for making false money) at the said mr Hilton's house and did then and there receive of the said Cumby {a} Counterfeit six pence and that about a month ago he saw the said mrs Cumby have in her possession in Shandois street near Covent Garden severall counterfeit shillings which this Informant doth suppose and believe that she made the same her self for that this Informant hath heard the said Mrs. Camby say + declare since she was tryed as aforesaid that it should not be longer She would have some counterfeit money of her own

the mark of
Thomas Flecther


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