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Machine towards Newport with their
(pikes) glittering - and hurraing
When I saw her again afterwards in
the afternoon she came into our House
she asked what I thought it was best
for her to do- I told her I thought it best
to keep her Husband in the House- She
told me she had - that he had been on
the Bed most part of the day- she told me
one of the Chartists came into their
House about 6 o'clock in the Monday Sunday
Even[in]g while she & he were at Tea- and
asked her Husband to come with them
that he said he would come presently
that the Chartists left their house & her
Husband instead of going with him took
the children to Castletown- that about 8
8 o'clock on the same Even[in]g - Four Chartists
came right in without knocking at their
door and asked where Morgan was-
that she told him he was gone away with
the first Chartist who called (whom
she named) but she did not like to tell
them where he was gone for fear they
should go after him - I saw Jenkin
about with Milk on Monday
Morn[in]g about 1/2 past 8 but have never
seen him since - he was never before



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