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<hi>Regina .v. <person>Llewellin</person></hi><lb/> <person><hi>James Emery</hi></person> - I live at <place>Pontypool</place> - I am a<lb/>Cabinet Maker - I became a Member<lb/>of the <hi>Chartist Society</hi> held at <person>Jones</person> the<lb/>Watchmakers at <place>Pontypool</place> about three<lb/>weeks since - On the 29<hi rend='superscript'>th</hi> of October<lb/>  last I attended a Meeting of <hi>Chartists held</hi><lb/>at <hi>M<hi rend='superscript'>r</hi>. Llewellins <del>at</del> (the Prisoner) at<lb/><place>Pontnewynydd</place>  A great number of Chartists<lb/>were there - <del>a</del> <person>M<hi rend='superscript'>r</hi>. Phillips</person>, also a Chartist,<lb/>was in the Chair - <hi>The Prisoner was<lb/>also present</hi> - The Chairman made a<lb/>speech - to the effect that he had been sent<lb/>as Deputy by that association around<lb/>the Hills to see how that organization<lb/>of the associations were proceeding - that<lb/>a <hi>meeting of Deputies of other associations<lb/>was held at <place>Dukes Town</place> to report<lb/> proceedings - <del>the</del> as it regarded the<lb/>organizations and arming of bodies</hi> - He<lb/>spoke particularly of the deputation from<lb/><hi><place>Merthyr</place></hi> reporting that Men there were<lb/><hi>well armed and organized to the number<lb/>of two thousand</hi> - He then said that<lb/>the association in that place meaning<lb/><place>Pontypool</place> and adjoining neighbourhood<lb/>were far behind the other associations as<lb/>to the state of the  preparation for the worst- <lb/>The Chairman then put the question<lb/>"Are you all prepared for the worst<lb/>are you armed - as many as are will<lb/>hold up your right hands " - That<lb/>nearly all present did so - Prisoner <lb/>was present at the time the question
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<person><hi>James Emery</hi></person> - I live at <place>Pontypool</place> - I am a<lb/>Cabinet Maker - I became a Member<lb/>of the <hi>Chartist Society</hi> held at <person>Jones</person> the<lb/>Watchmakers at <place>Pontypool</place> about three<lb/>weeks since - On the 29<hi rend='superscript'>th</hi> of October<lb/>  last I attended a Meeting of <hi>Chartists held</hi><lb/>at <hi>M<hi rend='superscript'>r</hi>. Llewellins <del>at</del> (the Prisoner) at<lb/><place>Pontnewynydd</place>  A great number of Chartists<lb/>were there - <del>a</del> <person>M<hi rend='superscript'>r</hi>. Phillips</person>, also a Chartist,<lb/>was in the Chair - <hi>The Prisoner was<lb/>also present</hi> - The Chairman made a<lb/>speech - to the effect that he had been sent<lb/>as Deputy by that association around<lb/>the Hills to see how that organization<lb/>of the associations were proceeding - that<lb/>a <hi>meeting of Deputies of other associations<lb/>was held at <place>Dukes Town</place> to report<lb/> proceedings - <del>the</del> as it regarded the<lb/>organizations and arming of bodies</hi> - He<lb/>spoke particularly of the deputation from<lb/><hi><place>Merthyr</place></hi> reporting that Men there were<lb/><hi>well armed and organized to the number<lb/>of two thousand</hi> - He then said that<lb/>the association in that place meaning<lb/><place>Pontypool</place> and adjoining neighbourhood<lb/>were far behind the other associations as<lb/>to the state of the  preparation for the worst- <lb/>The Chairman then put the question<lb/>"Are you all prepared for the worst<lb/>are you armed - as many as are will<lb/>hold up your right hands " - That<lb/>nearly all present did so - Prisoner <lb/>was present at the time the question

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Regina .v. Llewellin<lb/

James Emery - I live at Pontypool - I am a
Cabinet Maker - I became a Member
of the Chartist Society held at Jones the
Watchmakers at Pontypool about three
weeks since - On the 29th of October
last I attended a Meeting of Chartists held
at Mr. Llewellins at (the Prisoner) at
Pontnewynydd A great number of Chartists
were there - a Mr. Phillips, also a Chartist,
was in the Chair - The Prisoner was
also present
- The Chairman made a
speech - to the effect that he had been sent
as Deputy by that association around
the Hills to see how that organization
of the associations were proceeding - that
a meeting of Deputies of other associations
was held at Dukes Town to report
proceedings - the as it regarded the
organizations and arming of bodies
- He
spoke particularly of the deputation from
Merthyr reporting that Men there were
well armed and organized to the number
of two thousand
- He then said that
the association in that place meaning
Pontypool and adjoining neighbourhood
were far behind the other associations as
to the state of the preparation for the worst-
The Chairman then put the question
"Are you all prepared for the worst
are you armed - as many as are will
hold up your right hands " - That
nearly all present did so - Prisoner
was present at the time the question