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Regina v Thomas Llewellin

John Hughes - I am a Collier - I live
at the Fleur de lis - I was at home
on Sunday the third of November instant.
Lewis Lewis was with me- I heard
a rumour that the Chartists were
going down to Newport- I said
to Lewis Lewis -possible they won't
come into the Houses for men-
I went out by my door - I saw a
great number of men crowded together-
This was about 9 0'Clock
I don't know any of them^ -They said
you must come along with us - I
did not see any weapons with them-
I went with them- I went with ^ them so far
as the Park -- Sir Charles Morgan 's
Park
I met Lewis Lewis about two

____[left margin]Lewis Lewis
or three hundred yards below my
House- He was not armed - He
then joined us - I cannot swear
that the Men I met were not armed-
they were armed - I did not see any
of the men go into the Houses as they
came down - I can swear I did
not see any of them go into the Houses-
On my way down I went into the Welsh
Oak
and had two pints of Beer - A
great many more were in the Room -
I took no notice of any one in the Room-
Lewis Lewis was in the Room- I
went from my House to Gellygross - I
went on from Gellygross down the Tram
Road
to Risca - It was about 11 or 12
o'clock when we reached Risca - I
saw a great body of Men at Risca - they
were armed- Some with Guns some with

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