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Delegateship - He said the people
must depend upon themselves
to get the Charter - That he
would not give it up as
long as the people wo:-d stand
by him. That he was going
on to the Blaina but whether
that night or the next I cannot
say. The first time I ever saw
Frost was at a Meeting at
Blackwood on or last Whitmonday -
There were thousands of people
The people saw there were 30,000
there I heard him Frost spoke
and Jones the Watchmaker were
there they both spoke but there
was so much noise I could
not hear what was said. I
never saw Frost but at the
Blackwood Meeting - The time
he was speaking in front of the
Coach & Horses
kept by Richard Pugh
and On the Sunday mo-ng before the
Riots my Wife told me she had often
bought Shop Goods at Frosts House & knew
him well: I went on the Monday (the

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Job Tovey

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