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JOHN PHILLIPS of the parish of Llanvrechva in the county of Monmouth
labourer

WILLIAM PHILLIPS of the parish of Malpas in the county of Monmouth
maltster

WILLIAM TRUMAN HARFORD PHELPS of the parish of Saint Woollos
in the borough of Newport in the county of Monmouth and of the city of
Bath in the county of Somerset attorney at law

CHARLES JAMES PHILLIPS of Pontypool in the parish of Trevethin in the
county of Monmouth confectioner

Sir THOMAS PHILLIPS knight of the parish of Saint Woollos in the bo-
rough of Newport in the county of Monmouth attorney at law

THOMAS PROTHERO of Malpas Court in the parish of Malpas in the
county of Monmouth attorney at law

WILLIAM PHILLIPS of Tredegar Iron Works in the parish of Bedwellty
in the county of Monmouth labourer

JOHN PARSONS of Pillgwenlly in the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough
of Newport in the county of Monmouth butcher

JOHN PARRY ruffer down abiding at the house of Charles James of Pont-
newynidd
in the parish of Trevethin in the county of Monmouth labourer

RICHARD PUGH of Blackwood in the parish of Bedwellty in the county
of Monmouth publican

ESTHER PUGH of the same place wife of the said Richard Pugh

THOMAS PALMER of Trosnant in the parish of Trevethin in the county of
Monmouth collector of poor rates and assessed taxes

CORNELIUS BOWES PALMER clerk to William Truman Harford Phelps
of the parish of Saint Wollos in the borough of Newport attorney at
law abiding at the house of Amy Jones in the parish of Saint Woollos in the
county of Monmouth widow

THOMAS PRITCHARD of Ebbw Vale Iron Works in the parish of Aberyst-
ruth
in the county of Monmouth fireman

JOHN PHILLIPS of Blaina in the parish of Aberystruth in the county of
Monmouth

MORGAN PORTER of the parish of Aberystruth in the county of Monmouth
labourer

JAMES PILE

THOMAS WILLIAM PHILLIPS gentleman abiding at the house of his
father Thomas Jones Phillips in the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough
of Newport in the county of Monmouth attorney at law

JOHN REES labourer abiding at the house of his father Rees Rees of Pill-
gwenlly
in the parish of Saint Woollos in the borough of Newport in the
county of Monmouth shoemaker

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