Nathanael Peck.
24th May 1694
Reference Numbert16940524-24
VerdictNot Guilty

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Nathanael Peck of London, Labourer , was Tried for High Treason in Counterfeiting, Forging, and making one hundred false Guineas, &c. The Witness swore that Peck came to his House, and told him he had some Guineas to dispose of; upon which he gave him 21s. 8d. a piece for 24 of them; which when weighed, proved too light; but he could not say they were false ones, and there was no other Evidence against him. So he was discharged .


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