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been with them - there he did say that he heard
three say in the Rasso Lodge - as they was enough
forMrSummers Harford - MrRosser at Ebbw Vale
and the Police Man at Nant y Glo - he said he would
have some blood on if to show as he had run it
into somebody - we went from there to another Public
House - We got home on Wednesday morning - one
of the drawings I saw was like one of the pikes
now produced - The Prisoner told me that he made
the pikes at his own house - [By the Prisoner] I
was not aware that you were a Blacksmith before
that night before you told me -
________________________________ John Thomas.

David Jones states : I live at Beaufort
in the parish of Llangattock Crickhowell in the
County of Brecon - I am a Shoemaker - I know
the prisoner he is a Blacksmith - I know John Thomas
of Beaufort the last witness - I remember Sunday the
3rd Novr - I saw John Thomas that day - I was
with him that afternoon we went together to Llangunnider
we went there to start from the Chartists for fear
they would take us along with them - I did hear the
Chartists was to rise that Sunday the 3 Novr- I
know a house called the Lion - I went to Chapel
that evening with Thomas - After went to Chapel
we went to the Lion - we saw the prisoner there
he was sitting down in the Kitchen - he had a table
before him - I saw before him on the Table a
Drawing of three different spikes make with chalk
I did ask the prisoner who did make them -
he said that he did make 53 of them - I asked
him what they were for, he said for Chartists Pikes

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