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the Superintendent of Police ran
away and thought it was my duty
to follow him to assist him.
I went home to my Wife and
Hopkins was behind me -
I thought I had a right to go home.
I know a person named
Oliver - I did not see him there.
I have know Mr O'Dwyer -
I did not see him there - I can
mention the name of one person -
Scard the Policeman.
But in the passage I saw no
one I knew - neither Waters nor
Oliver - nor O'Dwyer -nor Latch -
They might have been behind me -
but I did not see them - I can't
mention the name of any one Special

Constable who was there -
When I heard Frost make
those speeches I did not hear him
tell the people to be quiet for the time
was not then come. I think I should
have heard him - I don't recollect
it nor any word to that effect.

The Attorney General.
Did you stay at home that day?
Nearly the whole of that day.
Did you know that there was
any Riot at Newport on that day?

The following annotation is to the right of Benjamin Gould's testimony:

Kynvin the master of
Gould was Special Constable
and brought him to the
Westgate & directed him
what to do It can be
proved that he spoke to
many special Constables
whom he knew



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