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

28.9.1623 (Sunday 28 September 1623)

document 17901715

two he doth know it to be true that for the space of two years together at the least in the term time the said defendant Rose did sojourn at and in the house of the said Ralph Lunt and had her meat drink and lodging there all that time freely upon the costs and charges of the said Ralph Lunt which this deponent saith he the better knoweth to be true because he being the apprentice of the said Ralph Lunt at the same time and placed with him by the means and procurement of the said defendant Rose did daily see the same and saith he hath heard the said Rose herself in her good mood many times many times confess that for divers years before this deponent was the apprentice of the said Ralph Lunt she had her meat drink and lodging in the house of the said Ralph upon his only costs and charges always when she came to London and that she would make him amends for the same one day and since this deponent heard the said Rose to say it is about     years but it is about twenty years agone as this deponent hath heard since the said Rose did first begin so to sojourn there as this deponent hath heard the said Ralph Lunt's neighbours report and this this deponent saith is all that he can materially say to this interrogatory