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Frost & Jones - and Mr Homan tells me that
Maddocks is very positive to the language
used by both. If you wish to see him I
will send him down. Mrs Evans the old
woman who was to give evidence against
Benj[amin] Richards is returned - had I not better
bind her over to appear at Monmouth or
would you wish her to be sent to Newport
first. If you will let me know what,
evidence you may require I will endeavour
to trace it out. Mr Homan was at Ebbw Vale
today about the Smith /.../ John Owen who was committed
for making pikes -but could not trace the
making of the pikes - the story Adams named
he traced through four or five persons but ended
in nothing /.../ being seen in the Shop or their seeing the
man Owen - but on the 3rd /Sunday/ work was



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