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

2.10.1623 (Thursday 2 October 1623)

document 17902003

six that she hath many times heard the said defendant Rose during her so sojourning and keeping at and in the house of the said Ralph Lunt in sort before deposed acknowledge herself to be indebted unto him the said Ralph Lunt for meat drink and lodgings for her and hers for divers years to and fro and for many other courtesies by him done unto and for her in her suits and business protesting and promising unto the said Ralph Lunt that she would make him full satisfaction for the same to his own content or word to that effect but this deponent saith she now remembreth not any particular sum of money promised him the said Ralph by the said Rose for or in respect of the promises but only generally that she would one day fully satisfy him for all matters or to that effect as before deposed and more particularly to this interrogatory this deponent saith she cannot depose