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Chancery Depositions (PRO C24/500 piece 48 depositions: Lunt v Rosse)

28.9.1623 (Sunday 28 September 1623)

document 17901583

three he well observed that whilst the said Rose so sojourned and kept at and in the house of the said Ralph Lunt had not any man to attend on her when she went abroad for the space of two or three years when she came thither and that in the term times it was an ordinary course with them the said Ralph and Rose after they had dined about one of the clock daily to go forth together with bag and books and that seldom or never they came in again until supper time and sometimes after and this deponent hath known the said Ralph many other times to go up and down on the said Rose her errands in and about London as if he had been her servant he then and yet being a tradesman viz a dice maker by reason whereof the said Ralph did very much neglect his said trade to his great hindrance and loss but what value this deponent saith he cannot certainly depose