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went down the Road to Newbridge - Thomas
was there - we stopped a little while
at Newbridge Inn - there were a great many
people there - Nearly all armed - Davis
still had his pike - I heard Thomas
order the men out of the House -
and to go to Newport - We went out of this
House down the Tram Road to Abercarne -
I then, with others, ran away from the
Tram Road to the Turnpike Road - We
met another gang coming down
the Turnpike Road - Thomas Davis was with
them - I heard him say to us "Roll
up" - I said to him "I will not Roll up
no more - I have Rolled up enough - "
I went up to a Man named Arthur Davis
(who was with Thomas Davies' party)
surveyor ^- living with John Daniel
Greyhound Abercarne - and asked
him if he could tell me where I could
get a little beer and dry myself - He
said there was a House - John Daniels -
open - a a little above, which they had
newly broke open - I understood from
Arthur Davis that it was Thomas Davis
and his gang had broken open John
's House - I heard Thomas

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