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with Chalk upon the Table. David Jones
said to the Prisoner, what was that as he
had on theTable, the Prisoner said it
was the Pattern of Chartist Pikes, he said
he had made 53 of them, he said he
had took them up to the Rassa Lodge.
he said he had a shilling a piece for them
David Jones asked him did not he sell
them very cheap, he said no he did not
David Jones asked him he could be
of the conscience to make such things as
them, and David Jones did say per-
haps to kill his own neighbour and his
own family as well, the Prisoner said
as he was forced to do them, David Jones
did ask him, why did he do like that,
and run away after, the Prisoner said
as he would do very well, he said if
they gain the victory at Brecon, as he
would run his Pike into a Sheep, or a Fowl,
to get some Blood on it, and then it

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