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Treasury
20 Dec 1829
My Dear Sir
My last letter will have apprised
you of my approval of the means taken for
securing the safety and attendance of those
witnesses whose attendance might be reasonably
doubted without such measures of precaution. With
respect to the number in addition to those on the
back of the Indictment I say to you what I write also
to Mr Phillips that without prescribing any stint
I must trust to his and your discretion not to
overload it.
with respect to your repeated recollecting
respecting the delivery of the list of witnesses I am
W.T.H. Phelps Esq----------------------------------- thank-
Solr
Newport
Monmouth

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