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were making provisions to know where to when they should
come - We were talking about it to go over the Ceiling - that
is what we were talking about - there was a hole in the Ceiling
of the Closet Since the House was built - I dont know that
there were many persons taken out of their houses that night
and forced to go down to Newport - I heard next morning
that they came there - I was in bed and slept - I heard no
disturbance that night in the neighbourhood before or after
I went to Bed - there was no one forced to go to Newport
from my immediate Neighbourhood that night to the best of
my knowledge - I did not see my Brother afterwards
until I came down here - he and I were in a State of great
alarm when he left my Mother's house on Sunday night
he lives about 1/2 a Mile from my Mother's house - I got up
about 8 o'Clock on Monday Morning - I had a peaceable
night - I did hear no bother - I heard in the morning
by a Woman that I saw in the Morning that she saw him in
the morning about 8 o'Clock - the Woman's name is Mrs
- I work at the Varteg - I live nearer the Varteg
then my Brother - I did not work on Monday - I had no
direct personal communication with my Brother on Monday
I heard he was at home and in Bed at 6 o'Clock on Monday
morning - Mrs Bolton was the person who spoke to me of
my Brother being at home at 8 o'Clock - Another person
who lives in the House afterwards told me he was in Bed
at 6 o'Clock on Monday morning, On Sunday night when
my Brother left me he had on the same dress he had
on now.
The mark of X Peter Brittan



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