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William Davis of Tredegar. Constable.
states. I know the Prisoner John Owen
since last night. I know where he lives in
the Parish of Aberystruth, in the County
of Monmouth
. He is a Blacksmith as
he told me. His Shop is by the Ebbw Vale
Tram Road near his House, in the County
of Monmouth
, I apprehended the Prisoner
the Prisoner`s Wife in his presence, asked
me who ordered me to catch him, I told
them both that I had a warrant under
the hand and seal of Samuel Homfray
Esquire
, - his Wife said they want to
catch you because you made them things
but never mind, nobody ever see you making
them. We had enough of Trouble with
the Chartists without this. The Prisoner
did not say a word more than that he
was not Guilty of Being with the Chartists
[By the Prisoner]. your Wife may have
said you was free from it, I might go
with you as soon as I liked. Your wife
said, she had trouble enough with the

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Prisoner added to the text in pencil]

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