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Ann Spooner States - I am the Wife of William Spooner
of Tredegar Iron Works - I know the Prisr - his name is Evan
- He is a Watch and Clock Maker - He
lives in Tredegar down by the Church - I remember
seeing him on Sunday the 3rd November - It
was some time in the morning - but I cant tell
exactly the time - It was at my back door
he came there - He asked me if I had got ever
a Pistol
- I told him I had not only one -
that was out of repair - He asked me please to
let him look at it - I reached it him - He told me
he would repair it if I chose - I dont know if
he is in the habit of repairing pistols - He never
repaired any for me - I never heard of his
repairing any - I told him I did not think he
could repair it - He told me he could repair it and
would return it to me on Monday morning -
the next day by 9 o Clock - He took away the
- He did not return it - I have never
seen it since - He asked me if I had got any
bullet moulds
- I told him I had only got
one - a very large one - and it was not the
mould belonging to that Pistol
- He asked me
please to let me look at it - I did let him look
at it - he asked me the price of it - I told him I
did not know the price of it - that my husband
did not tell me the price of any thing of the
kind - My husband is a Wholesale Dealer
he sometimes sells Pistols - My husband
is a wholesale Dealer
in hardware which is
Iron Ware - He sometimes sells bullet moulds
but have not had any some time excepting that
one he took away the bullet mould - I have
not seen it since, no one sent -

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