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out of the House - in about quarter of an hour
they came in; Mrs[*] Frost sent two letters I gave
Frost, he put put them in the fire with one or two more
then we went to the Coach all three, to a Bed
room, the Delegate wanted to put the rising
further off - Frost said he could not as
the time was agreed the day before the Delegate
left about 9 o'clock I believe he was to go through
Newport to Monmouth then to Birmingham
Sunday night I was at the Coach number of
people was there many strangers it was about
half past 6 - Frost was then outside walking back
& fore before they started they fired a shot then
they said now for Newport they had Guns
Pikes &c Wo/e/men and children crying much
when they started - I heard them saying the
signal was to stop the Mail in Newport
by they would know in other places they
had succeeded -

[* Mrs ?Mis[s]
see also 5_67_04]

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