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The Examination of Iudith Cumby Widdow now in custody 18 Feby 99

Saith that she hath lodged about 3 or 4 monthes in a room up one pair of stairs in the house of Charles Dale and Rachell his wife scituate near Shadwell Church and was to give to the said Rachell Dale 6d per week for lodging in the said room but this Examinant saith that the counterfeit shilling and sixpence which was yesterday taken out of her pocket by those persons who apprehended her she doth not know how she had it but doth acknowledge that the key which was taken out of her pockett with the said Shilling and Six pence was hers and belonged to a box which was hers but doth not know how the unfinisht counterfeit money which was found therein (by those persons who apprehended her) came there That this Examinant for about a fortnight last past hath lodged in a room up two pair of staires in the said house of Charles Dale but knowes nothing of any flasks being in the said room she sayes she is acquainted with one Mrs Egleston but that she never had any counterfeit money of this Examinant.

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