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not be safe to let the men have
the Pikes then as they may get
drunk and be foolish and
shew them on the Sunday but
they were to have them served
out Sunday night after
dark I went again the
day foll[owin]g Sunday bet[wee]n 5
& 6 oclock to the Pris[one]rs House
the House was full there was
a tall thin man speaking
(whom the Pris[one]rcalled Brother)
He said that Vincent Edward
& their friends at Monmouth
sho[ul]d. be released and the persons
who put them there be placed in there
instead The men present wo[ul]d
say "Amen" The man said they
were to prepare their Pikes &
weapons & be ready. Both the

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