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To prove That the Prisoner lives next Door to Witness. That
she went to bed about 10 p.m. 3rd Novr. Heard
knocking at Prisoners house and stirring the fire,
awoke her Husband at 1/2 past 8 next morning saw
Prisoner come into the house with a Milk pan & saw
him go out again with it in his hand. Witness
did not see him after that until he was in
Custody . . . . Call

To prove That Witness saw the Prisoner Jenkin Morgan
about 8 a.m. on Monday 4th Novr there was a rumour
that the Chartists were coming down and were in the
- The Prisoner came to Witness's house & supplied the
usual quantity of milk. Witness asked Prisoner what he thought
of the Chartists now - He answered it was enough for every Man
to mind his own Business - Witness was present at the
Bunch of Grapes, Bristol
when Prisr was apprehended __ Call

To prove that on the [blank] of November he apprehended
the Prisoner at Bristol - that he was about to set off
in a Coach to [blank] in which he had taken
a place by the name of Morgan Jones . . . . Call

To prove That on Monday 4th November between 10 and
11 a.m. Witness was riding on the Turnpike Road
towards Newport
- that he met a great number of
persons in small lots running between the Road turning
to Witnesses house and the Waterloo
- They were running
from Newport towards Cardiff - Witness saw the Prisoner
Jenkin Morgan
a little the North side of the Waterloo
Turnpike Gate
, between The Gate and Powels Lodge
- some of the men who were running away had arms
The Prisoner had none - As Witness came near
the Prisoner he turned his face from him as if
to avoid him - Witness has met Prisoner before on the
Road . . . . Call

To prove That on Monday the 4th November about 6 a.m.
Witness was taken by force from the stable yard of his
Mr Cross of Pontypool by a Band of Armed Men

[l. margin]
q[excised] [?] wh.... [?] is the [?] Prisoner

[r. margin]
Mary Jenkins
wife of Morgan
of Pillgwenlly

John Lewis
of the Tredegar
Arms Pillgwenlly


Phineas Sims
Police Officer Bristol

Smith of
Maesglas Farm

Willm Watkins
Servant to Mr
of Pontypool

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