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Regina. v. Thomas Davis

George Hitchins - I am a Roll-Turner and
live at Ebbw vale - I am a House Keeper -
On Sunday night the third November instant
last some men armed with pikes came to
my House and took me out against my
Will - I do not know any of them - I
went with them down the Road towards
Newport - I tried to my make my escape
at Pont Aberbeeg - I went Into a public
House at Pont Aberbeeg called the Hanbury
kept by [blank] Leonard - I saw
Thomas Davis there - he had a pike in
his hand
- There were a great many
more there whom I do not know - we
were ordered out of the House - and I heard
some of the men say that were^ # we were all
bound to be in Newport by two o'Clock
in the morning - I went from this place
down lower with a body of people until
I came down to Newbridge - Before we
reached Newbridge, we stopped at the
Union Foundry public House kept by
[blank] Edwards about a mile below
Pont Aberbeeg - I saw Thomas Davis
in this House - he had the same
pike in his hand - from there we

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