City of London Coroners:
Coroners' Inquests into Suspicious Deaths

2nd January 1796 - 30th December 1796

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Image 311 of 6776th June 1796

John Channer< no role > of No 7 St. Thomas's
Church Apart Sonthw. Taylor maketh oath that
the deced lodged at depts. house for about five monthslast
[..] previous to March last That he frequently cause home late at night, & as
dept believed frequented Ga [..] ing Tables. the sometimes
complained of his stead & said he believed he should go at
of his maid the was a pupil at the Hospitals in the Bore.

John Kidd< no role > of Ilferd in Essex Surgeons male
of the 1s or Kings Rt. of the Kings Dragoon Guard maketh oath
that he lately lodged with the deced & from his general
behaviour Dept believes he was at times disordered in his mind
the of ten locked incoherently & talked of making away
with himself

Wm. Brooks< no role > of No. 6 Clilfords him Attd
at Law maketh oath that he has known the dead many
years knop been at School with his fisher That for
about there three months part he has observed the deced to
be rather in a desponds a late.

John Taylor< no role > of Dean Street he there lane
Printer maketh oath that he has known the deced
many years. lately he has observed the deceds mind to
be much disconsposed, particularly the last time he saw him
which was about six or seven weeks ago he observed a great
difference in him & that his mind exceeds. Impaired

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