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Amy Phillips of Blackwood saith that on Sunday
Evening about 7 o'clock (of Novr 3rd) She saw George Turner
by Richard Pughs Coach and Horses Blackwood very Active
in the mob - when Mr Frost gave orders to the men
to go up and Scour Blackwood down before. George Turner
commanded Some of the men, she heard called out to
those men who were by him, "Come Let us go on my boys"
Let us go on my Boys &c. -

George Ashman saith that on Sunday night 3rd Nov[embe]r
he was pressed to go with the Mob, and saw George
very active with a spear in his hand, on
the Road by Pentwynmawr he was Permitted to
Return as he could not walk on with the Mob
and says he is the Person George Turner gave up
the spear to.

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