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begged them to return. Williams answered d--n the Soldiers
and told them to come on and they would shew what the
Colliers could do in Newport
- Witness gave information to the
Magistrates
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Call

_________________________about nine
To Prove That on Monday Morning he was on Stow Hill and
saw the Mob come up by way of the Friars walking 8 or 10
abreast they went down Stow hill and consisted of several
thousands, he then saw Zephaniah Williams in the Roomear coming
up after them, saw him first nearly opposite the Turnpike Gate
on the foot path, the great body of the men were before
- very few were behind him - saw him again opposite the
6 Bells
which is about 100 yards from where he first saw
him. Heard the firing after he saw the Prisoner as
above stated _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ Call

To Prove The apprehension on the 25th Novr of the Prisoner
Zephaniah Williams on board the Vintage lying in the
Port of Cardiff and bound for Oporto _ _ Call

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Williams
Apprehension
of Williams


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John Parsons
of Pillgwenlly
Butcher
197


Saml Jeremiah Box
Stockdale

of Cardiff
Police Officer
162


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