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The deposition of Daniel Thomas taken at the request of Simon Miller and Robert Rennolds gent inspectors at Laytons warehouses in Essex County
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The Deposition of Daniel Thomas taken at the request of Simon Miller and Robert Rennolds Gent Inspectors at Laytons Warehouses in Essex County
The depr, on oath, saith that he has returned to [illegible] from thesd warehouse for the sd inspectors, in they are at the upper inspection, ever since the beginning of the year 1771,
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The Dept, on oath, saith that he has returned to [illegible] from the sd Warehouse for the sd Inspectors, in they are at the upper inspection, ever since the beginning of the year 1771; that the Houses have constantly been well secured with good Locks & otherwise, & that, notwithstanding, they were broke open in the sd year of 1771 & 1772, and he is fully satisfied that both the Hogheads tobo mentioned in the petition of sd Miller & Rennolds were stolen. — The Cask pass’d to Jas Clark, with his Mark, [Nc&Wl?], compared wth the Book, was found, Empty, floating in the River.
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Daniel Thomas
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Swn to May 11th, 1774 before me
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C Boughan

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Essex Sct The Deposition of Daniel Thomas taken at the request of Simon Miller and Robert Rennolds Gent Inspectors at Laytons Warehouses in Essex County The Dept, on oath, saith that he has returned to [illegible] from the sd Warehouse for the sd Inspectors, in they are at the upper inspection, ever since the beginning of the year 1771; that the Houses have constantly been well secured with good Locks & otherwise, & that, notwithstanding, they were broke open in the sd year of 1771 & 1772, and he is fully satisfied that both the Hogheads tobo mentioned in the petition of sd Miller & Rennolds were stolen. — The Cask pass’d to Jas Clark, with his Mark, [Nc&Wl?], compared wth the Book, was found, Empty, floating in the River. Daniel Thomas Swn to May 11th, 1774 before me C Boughan