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flurried. I asked him what he wanted down here is it
possible that you came down along with this Mob, he said
"do you call it mob" I believe he said that he did not call
it Mob I said I did and I went out into the Street. I cant
say that I saw him afterwards, I believe that I did, I am
not certain. He had nothing with him, I cant be positive
of the dress he had on, but I am certain of the person. I had
known him 8 or 9 years before that.
[signature centre - right:-] John Jenkins

Israel Furmen sworn says. I live at Gelly-groes
[blank space] I saw the Prisoner at the Bar
on Sunday night the 3rd November instant, I dont know
his name but I know his face very familiar, I saw him
by Mr Stricklands Machine , it was as I can recollect
between 9 & 10 o'clock, it was a very wet night, there was
a great party down on the Upper Tram Road , there are
two Tram Roads both meet together - the Upper
and the lower Tram Road meet there at Mr Stricklands
. I should suppose there was altogether between
3 & 4000, they were armed, some with Guns, some with Pikes,
some with Reap Hooks, some with Scythes, some with
Mandrels and some with Clubs and a great many no Arms
at all, they carried Lights they had plenty of Candle with
them. The first time I got sight of the Prisoner was at
Stricklands. I did not see him no more, till we came
down to Pie Corner, it was after Breakfast time, somewhere
near between 8 & 9. I can't say that he had anything in his
hand. I saw him afterwards in Sir Charles Morgans Park
I saw him there right opposite the Bridge that goes to
the old works. I did not notice anything in his hands
then, there was several nigh him there, but they were
Strangers to me. I know John Frost he was in the

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