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Chancery Depositions (PRO C24/504 pt 2 deposition: Lunt v Rosse)

21.10.1623 (Tuesday 21 October 1623)

document 18000420

six that he verily believeth that the said complainants or one of them did under pretence of love and dutiful carriage endeavour to deceive and entrap the said defendant Rose in some of her speeches during the time that she lodged at the said complainants house and saith that there was a suit brought against the said defendant Rose by the means of the said complainants or one of them as this deponent doth verily believe and this he saith he is induced to believe for that the complainant Prudence told this deponent that whatsoever could be recovered against the said defendant Rose she the said Prudence should have the one half thereof and saith that the complainants nurse was witness in the said cause and also saith that one mr Hunt an attorney did write down a letter that the said defendant Rose overthrown in the said suit by reason of the said complainant Prudence and that one Honsigs brought the said suit against the said defendant Rose and that there was 20nobles damages and 4marks costs recovered against the said defendant Rose and this deponent further saith that the reason wherefore that the said defendant Rose left the said complainants house was for that the said complainants or one of them made the said defendant pay 5s for one nights lodging which 5s was to fetch home a pair of sheets which were at pawn as the said defendant told this deponent and lastly saith that the said defendant since the death of the said Robt Partridge never lodged at the said complainants house to this deponent's now best remembrance and this he saith is as much as he can depose to this interrogatory