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We I was discharged on Thursday the16th Inst on
the following Friday morning I went to
return thanks to Mr Feargus OConnor
for employing a Counsel for me.
Mr O'Connor and Mr Geach were in the
room at the Beaufort Arms at Monmouth. Mr O Connor asked me to
let him have the Papers which I had
the day before received from Mr Phillips.
They were all destroyed by Mr O Connor
and Mr Geach in the presence of
Mr Owen the Attorney - When I gave
up the papers to Mr O'Connor I -
did not expect he was going to
destroy them - I thought he was
going to take them with him -
The Prisoner had formerly given me -
manuscripts containing the History of his
life, those manuscripts were in the same
hand writing as the Paper I have been
speaking of - I never saw the Paper
in his presence and I have never

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