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I was afraid they were going to Newport
to do mischief - I went into a bad
passion - and said as I went away
I'm going and I would sooner be
killed at home for doing no
Mischief than go to Newport to be
killed for Mischief - I went
home - Thomas Jenkins living at
Maes Cwmer a Member - Richard
his Brother - William Williams
living at Gellydaeg - William Thomas
Do [Gellydeg] ________ Edmund Jones
David Williams and others -
were present at the Meeting -
Whilst I was standing on my door
on Sunday the 3rd November last
I saw Prisoner passing down the
Turnpike Road - leading to -
Maescwmer - this was about 1
o'Clock in the afternoon - About
3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon I
saw Jasper Long passing up the
Road - He was a member of the Chartist Society - I asked him what
he thought of the concern meaning
the intended outbreak - He said
he thought it was a foolish plan-
I asked him if he was going - He s[ai]d
he didn't know what to say -
I took a turn as far as the Bryn
& came back Home - I didn't
see Pris[one]r on Sunday not until
10 o'clock on Monday night when

[notes in left hand margin:-]
W[illia]m Williams
W[illia]m Thomas
Edm[un]d Jones
David Williams



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