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__late of Pillgwenlly Newport Blacksmith
David Herring ^worked about 3 Months
ago I was at work with Mr ^ Wm Evans
of Pillgwenlly Smith and continued
to work with him till I was
apprehended. I know John Gibby
he was a Blacksmith that
worked upon Mr Evans's Foundry.
There was an Irishman whose
name I do not recollect working
in the Shop - there was an old
man Grey headed who wore
Spectacles that worked in the
Shop as well. I remember
the Friday night before this
Row commenced the Riots
at Newport. I was working
at Mr Evans's Shop with John
. a couple of nights ^ before he
asked me to do a job at another
Shop as he wanted to do something
which he did not want me



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