Robert Coward, Sarah Coward.
18th February 1691
Reference Numbert16910218-26
VerdictNot Guilty

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Robert Coward , and Sarah Coward , were both Indicted for High Treason in Clipping several Half Crowns, to the Number of eight pieces, with certain Shears and other Instruments fit for the Trade found in their Custody . The Clipt Mony was produced in Court, and Clippings, which was found in the Prisoner's House, under the Boards in the Flore, in the Porch, that enters into the House: the Evidence being somewhat Circumstantial, they were Acquitted .

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