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Tredegar 15th Novr 1839

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I John Howells of Tredegar in the
Parish of Bedwellty in the County of
Monmouth
of my own free will and
accord Solemnly declare that I was a
Member of a Chartist Lodge held in the
House of William Bees Known by the
Sign of the Horse and Jockey licensed to
sell Beer Situated in Dukes Town in
the County of Brecon that about six
Weeks previous to the Riot I paid
to the Lodge 4d/ Thomas Brinn was
then Book Keeper. John Harris told me
since that the Books had been given
to James Morris on the Thursday before
the Rise of the Chartists in Brinn's
Books we had the names of John Harris
Thomas Thomas, Charles Morgan, my -
self and one Joseph I do not Know
his other name beside some others
whose names I do not recollect
__________________his
_______________John Howells
_________________mark
Witness
W. W. Homan

The Queen & Bray

I William Phillips of Tredegar
in the Parish of Bedwellty in the
County of Monmouth state I saw

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