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to open the door, and his stating that he was in bed, which I considered -
impossible led me to apprehend the Prisoner - It was quite impossible
for the men Frost and Walters to have been in the Prisoner's house without
his knowing it - The house is a very small one - the Prisoner did
not say that he did not know Frost and Walters were there - I found upon
entering the house the Prisoner John Frost and Walters were in the room
together.
____________ Thomas Jones Phillips

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(d) Partridge

X By the Prisoner (d) When I opened the door the Prisoner had
his coat and stockings off -- I saw him put on his stockings in my
presence -- The Prisoner Partridge's house is situated in a Lane near
Pentonville
in the Borough of Newport- Thomas Jones Phillips
xd

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Vide p.11 for further evidence of this witness -

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