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The Information of Charles Conklin alias Congrell of Lemon Street in goodmans Fields in White Chappell Glassmaker taken this 2d day of may 1699

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He siath that Ino Williams (who lives about 5 Miles out of town & within half a mile of Coach road about three weeks before last Christmas brought to the Deponent a parcell of counterfeit Dutch money & some counterfeit Shillings & Sixpences of English money & offered the English false money after the rate of 25s for 20s of Good money and said he made it so well that he could afford it no cheaper, & that he had two servants at home that workt for him so that he could do what he would and said that he had a Dutch Merchant would taken an 100£ a weeks of the Dutch money, & proposed to the Deponent that he the Deponent should put in 50ll into a Stock for carrying on the designn of making the Dutch money

That Wray Smith made a crown Edger, a half crown edger and a shilling edger which he shewd to the Deponent the Last Summer & desired him to take care of them till he had made two pair of Dies one for Guineas & the other for shillings the Edgers the Deponent can cause to be delivered up

Charles Conklin

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[2] Iurat die et ano preedict cora
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