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the Town Clerk of Newport in whose employment I
then was and to Mr Williams who was then a Clerk
in Mr Woolletts Office with me. I have not seen
the Prisoner since the 4th November until about
a week or nine days ago.
X When I left this room just now I went into Mr Loders
Shop. I spoke to no one relative to the Evidence Mr -
Lewis gave. I was [inf]told not by any person out of this
room what Evidence Mr Lewis had given, I don't know
What Evidence Mr Lewis gave. I don't recollect being
informed by any person out of this room of Mr Lewis
having sworn that the Prisoner carried a Gun.
A person of the name of Alexander did not tell me
that Mr Lewis swore that the Prisoner carried a Gun.
A fellow man of the name of Rock [Rorke] was standing by and
. I know Whitchurch a Boot and Shoe
maker of this town. I had no conversation with-
him relating to the Evidence which Mr Lewis had given.
I was not attending to anything Mr Whitchurch said -
he might have been speaking to others not but not to
me certainly. Whatever Mr Whitchurch did say -
I did not pay sufficient attention to him to know
what he said. I have lived in Newport 6 or 7 years
backwards and forwards. I was at Sea before I
came to Mr [Wol]Woollet. I had been living in -
T Hawkins Alfred Tibbs
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