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[across 2nd fold of page]
Reg vs Jno Owen

Depo: of
Thomas Arthur
Aberystruth [in red ink]


15-11

337 ____________1 [encircled]

[shown top right of the digital image :]
Pencil drawing of a pike head affixed to shaft

[text shown vertically on orientation of digital copy:]

Stay Nails. John Owen was at
work all day before the Chartists rose
I heard him say that he & all his
Brothers were going to Llanguniydr
on Sunday before the Chartists rose
Jno Owen did not work in the Shop
the week of the Chartists rising
He told me he was going to Merthyr
as his brother was married
but I never heard his Brother
was married John Hopkins Owen
told me the Pikes which he called
Stay nails were for John Hopkins
at the Victoria Works Carpenter
I did use to ask him what
they were for and used to
say they were for fastening
Shelves up to the walls at the
Company's shop I never saw Stay
Nails like them I never saw any of them
in the Shop after Jno Owen went away

[at top left in orientation/
contn of previous text?]

when the Chartists rose

[history]

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