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1 February 1840<lb/>
 
1 February 1840<lb/>
  
Sir, I have laid before The Queen<lb/>your application on behalf of John Frost,<lb/>Zephania Williams and William Jones,<lb/> under Sentence of Death for High Treason;<lb/>and having considered the  Special Circumstances<lb/>of the Case of each of these prisoners,<lb/>with reference to the proceedings which<lb/>have taken pace since their trials, I<lb/>I have deemed it advisable to recommend<lb/>to Her Majesty to extend the Royal<lb/>Mercy to the said prisoners on Condition of<lb/>Transportation for Life: - and Her<lb/>Majesty has been Graciously
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Sir, I have laid before The Queen<lb/>your application on behalf of John Frost,<lb/>Zephania Williams and William Jones,<lb/> under Sentence of Death for High Treason;<lb/>and having considered the  Special Circumstances<lb/>of the Case of each of these prisoners,<lb/>with reference to the proceedings which<lb/>have taken pace since their trials, I<lb/>I have deemed it advisable to recommend<lb/>to Her Majesty to extend the Royal<lb/>Mercy to the said prisoners on Condition of<lb/>Transportation for Life: - and Her<lb/>Majesty has been Graciously <gap/>

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Whitehall
1 February 1840

Sir, I have laid before The Queen
your application on behalf of John Frost,
Zephania Williams and William Jones,
under Sentence of Death for High Treason;
and having considered the Special Circumstances
of the Case of each of these prisoners,
with reference to the proceedings which
have taken pace since their trials, I
I have deemed it advisable to recommend
to Her Majesty to extend the Royal
Mercy to the said prisoners on Condition of
Transportation for Life: - and Her
Majesty has been Graciously