<132r> [1]

Elizabeth Iours of the parish of Deptford in the County of Kent widdow Maketh oath That about six yeares ago these Goods in the Inventory hereunto annexed were delivered into the custody of Mrs Roberts wife of Mr Iohn Roberts of Bloomsbury att the sign of the Cripsin & Crispiana in order that the said Mrs Roberts should keep the same in trust and for the use of Edward Ivy who was at the time forced to leave his Habitation to avoid his being apprehended for Clipping of the Current Coyn of this Realm and that the said Goods were never delivered back to the said Edward Ivy or to any person and this Deponent further saith that about 6 yeares ago she sent a woman to a Goldsmiths shop with Fifty five pounde{s} in Order to get guineas for the same, and as the said woman (whose name as Taylor who then Lodged in Red Lyon square.) told this Deponent that one Ino Gibbons came into the Goldsmith's shop and seized the said fifty five poundes pretending it was not Lawfull Money & hath not yet returned the said money to this Deponent though the said Gibbons has confessed that he did seize & take the same as aforesaid And this Deponent further saith that about 6 yeares ago one Widdow Gardner who then kept the Cock an eating house in Bow Street covent Garden borrowed & received {from} the said Edwd Ivy the summ of 100£ and upwards, and never paid back the same to the said Ivy.

Elizab: Ioars

[2]

Ellenor Pendergrass wife of Edward Pendergrass of the parish of St Martins in the fields in the county of Middlesex Porter maketh oath that at or near the time that one edward Ivy was forced to leave this house to avoid being apprehended for clipping of the current coyn of this Realme the Goods that are in an Inventory hereunto annexed were delivered into the custody of one Mr Roberts wife of Mr Iohn Roberts who lives at the Cripsin & Crispiana in Bloomsbury a Shoemaker to keep in trust and for the use of Edwd Ivy who this Deponent then was a servant to

the mark of
Ellen: Pendergrass

[3]

[1] 298.

[2] Iurat 11° die {Iors} aprilis 1700
coram Is Newton

[3] Iurat 11die aprilis 1700
coram Is: Newton

© 2019 The Newton Project

Professor Rob Iliffe
Director, AHRC Newton Papers Project

Scott Mandelbrote,
Fellow & Perne librarian, Peterhouse, Cambridge

Faculty of History, George Street, Oxford, OX1 2RL - newtonproject@history.ox.ac.uk

Privacy Statement

  • University of Oxford
  • Arts and Humanities Research Council
  • JISC