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The Deposition of Dorothy Galloway daughter of Iohn Galloway aforesaid taken this 14th. day of May 1700.

Who saith That Richard Shaw (now in Custody) hath severall times within 3 months last past desired this deponent to let him have silver Moneys for Guineas who accordingly let the said Shaw have silver for Guineas, she hath sometimes received of him 7 or 8 Guineas at a time and sometimes six & given him silver for the same and this deponent saith the that said Guineas, which she received as aforesaid ommonly want 2 or 3 Graines of what they ought to Weigh.

Dorothy Galloway

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Dorothy Galloway further deposeth that she doth suspect that all or part of the deminished Guineas which were found in her Fathers house last night were received of Richard Shaw (now in Custody) and that she suspects that he did deminish the same procured them to be deminished

Dorothy Galloway

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

[3] Iurat coram
   Is. Newton

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