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The King against Sarah Robinson< no role >
and John Hunt< no role > Indicted for a
Conspiracy (on the Prosecution of
Benjamin Jones< no role > )

Sarah Robinson< no role > of the Parish of Saint Martin Ludgate London widow
one of the Defendant in this Indictment and William Smith< no role > of Carey
Street near Chancery Lane in the County of Middlesex Gentleman
Severally make Oath as follows, and first this Deponent Sarah Robinson< no role >
for herselfe Saith, that She this Deponent having Pleaded Not Guilty
to the above Indictment at the Last Sessions of Oyer and Terminer
to beheld in this Honourable Court,and Entred into Recognizance to
Try her Traverse at this present Sessions, which this Deponent Absolutely
intended [..] Doing in Pursuance of her said Recognizance But this
Deponent Saith that Robert Robertson< no role > of the Town of Money in the
Isle of Ely in the County of Cambridge Farmer is a Material Witness for
this Deponent (and without whose Testimony this Deponent is Advised
and verily Believes She Cannot Safely Proceed to the Tryall of this
Indictment ) And that he the said Robert Robertson< no role > is now and hath
been for same time Past at Maney aforesaid in the said Isle of Ely
and County of Cambridge aforesaid, And this Deponent Saith Him
She would Positively have Sent Down to Money in the said Isle of Ely
to have Subpenaed the said Robert Robertson< no role > to have Attended the
Tryall of this Indictment at this present Sessions to give Evidence on
the Behalfe of this Deponent, But that this Deponent was about a
Fortnight ago Informed by Thomas Robertson< no role > (Cousin of the said
Robert Robertson< no role > ) who was then lately Come from the said Robert Robertson< no role >
at the Isle of Ely aforesaid and from such Information she verily Believed That he the said Robert Robertson< no role > would
thenbe in London in about Ten days Time which was the Sole Reason
of her this Deponent not Sending Down such Subpena for him to Attend
as aforesaid, and this Deponent Saith that the hath Since Diligently
Enquired after the said Robert Robertson< no role > in Order to have Subpenaed
him to Attend at this present Sessions but finds upon the Strickest Enquiry [..]
that he is not yet Come to London, But this Deponent is likewise well
Informed by the and Thomas Robertson< no role > his Cousin and verily believes
that he the said Robert Robertson< no role > will Certainly be in London before
the next Sessions, and a fact, this Deponent is Determinedly and
will Certainly Send Down a Subpena to be Served on him at the said
Isle of Ely to Give Evidence on this Deponents Behalfe at the next
Ensueing Sessions to be held in this Honourable Court, In Order that
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