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To support the Witnesses
Morgan James &
John Phillips

obj[ecte]d to for want
of proper description.

John Phillips
described of Cross y ceilog
in the p[ar]ish of Llanvrechva
also of Llanvrechva

Cross y ceilog is the
Cock at the Cross

The Cross is known
where a Lane crosses
the Turnpike Road

at right Angles
& the Ceilog or Cock
is the sign of a Public
^ of which there are two the one nearest
the Cross called the upper and the one
most distant the lower

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at a distance from
their Homes take certain
quantities of Victuals
such as Bacon & Cheese
to supply them for
the week or fortnight
& lodge in the neighbourhood
of the Colliery there

This witness can
be supported in his
description at Cross
y Ceilog
. As the Ordnance
Map describes it as
a Hamlet & Evidence
can be given of persons
living in the district
of the Cross within
which the Prisoners
House is situate
having Letters addressed
to them by Post as
Cross y Ceilog which
they duly receive.



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