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The Deposition of Sarah Galloway daughter of Iohn Galloway of the Parish of St. Iames's Westminster Corn chandler taken this 14th. day of May 1700

Who saith that Richard Shaw (now in Custody) hath severall times within this 2 Months last come to her fathers shop with Guineas to Exchange for silver and had the same of this deponent, and the greatest part of the Guineas counted of their true weight, which they ought legally to weigh some of them two Graines, & some three Graines a piece or thereabouts, & this deponent did refuse to change the said Shaw two Guineas because they wanted near five Graines a piece of what they ought to weigh.

Sarah Galloway

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[2] Iurat die & anno prd coram
      Is. Newton

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