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John Lewis sworn states I keep the Tredegar
Arms at Pillgwenlly
I know Jenkin Morgan the prisoner
at the Bar I have known him about two years I have
not within the last two months had any conversation with him
respecting the Chartists I remember Sunday the 3rd
November I believe I saw the prisoner on that day he
supplied me with Milk I did not have any particular
conversation with him respecting the Chartists I saw him about
8 o'Clock the next morning which was monday the 4th
November there was a rumour in the place that those
men the Chartists were coming down It was then rumoured
they were in the Park Mr Morgan the prisoner came into
my house I took the usual Quantity of Milk of him I asked
him what he thought of the Chartists or what he thought of it
now I asked him that Question because I understood him
to be a Chartist he said it was enough for every man
to mind his own Business he said no more I did not
see him afterwards until I saw him in Bristol at the Bunch
of Grapes
I was in Bristol last week on Thursday last
I saw the prisoner there at the Bunch of Grapes public house

in the Market I heard there was a charge against him
I sent for a Police Officer
he was apprehended he did not
speak a work in my presence - I have nothing as to
his Character excepting his belonging to the Chartist Society
_______________John Lewis



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