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The information of Sussana Eccleston of Lockwood yard on Saffron Hill in St anns Parish widdow taken the 10 day of Octob: 1699

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She saith that about 9 or 10 days ago vizt on monday was a sennight she received of Mrs Coomby usually called Nurse coomby five shillings of counterfeit moneys shillings & Sixpences made in imitation of the Current coyn of this Kingdom for which she gave the said coomby half a crown of good money & that Last week she received of Mrs            the Land-Lady of the house where the said Mr Coomby{'s} sister Lodges the Like sum of Five shillings & of counterfeit money in shillings and sixpences for which this deponent gave the said Land-Lady three shillings & Six pence of good money & the said Land-Lady told the Deponent that Mrs coomby sent her with the said five shillings of counterfeit money to her this Deponent.

The mark of
Susanna Eccleston

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[2] Iurat die et anno preed cora
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