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       Wright & C.o" some or one of them to the said respective persons creditors
       of the said Partnership of West & Hobson by the express order or direction
       of the aforesaid Stephen West and John Hobson one of them  And these
       Deponents do for themselves further say that the said Debt or any part
       thereof is not satisfied or is there anything to come to the credit of the said
       Debtors or either of them saving what they are credited for except any
       thing hath been received in America for and on behalf of the said
       Creditors which is unknown to these deponents and that there are not
       any other accounts between the said Creditors and the said Debitors
       or either of them to the value of the said Debt or any part thereof for any
       matter or thing accrued since the commencement of the said account  The
       Deponent John Hilton giving for reason of his knowledge in the premises
       that he hath lived with the said Mauduit Wright & C.o and Israel &
       William Mauduit kept their Books of Account and been conversant in
       their affairs in Business and Trade for the Term and space of sixteen
       Years last past and upwards  And the Deponent William Mauduit for
       himself saith that he hath not given or have or hath the before named Israel
       Mauduit Thomas Wright and John Phillibrown any or either of them
       (to the best of this deponents knowledge and belief) given the said Debtors or
       either of them any release or discharge from the said Debt or any part
       thereof  And the Deponent John Hilton for himself further saith that
       he was present and did see Israel Mauduit Will.m Mauduit and John
       Phillibrown (by the several names Stiles and titles of Israel Mauduit
       William Mauduit and John Phillibrown of London Merchants surviving
       partners of Thomas Wright late of London Merchant Deceased) severally
       sign seal and as their several act and Deed in due form of Law Execute
       and deliver the original paper writing or letter of Attorney Marked with
       the Letter A. hereunto annexed bearing date this third day of October
       to and for the uses intents and purposes therein mentioned and that in
       Testimony of such executed he this deponent and John Hattam severally
       set signed or subscribed their names as Witnesses thereto as thereby may appear
       Both Sworn the third day of                             Will Mauduit
       October in the Year 1785 Before me                   John Hilton
                                             R Clark Mayor
       I Benjamin Hammatt Notary Public dwelling in London
       duly admitted and sworn do hereby certify and attest that the Right
       Honourable Richard Clarke Esquire before whom the aforegoing
       affidavit was this day sworn and by him signed (in presence of one Notary)

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