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that pistol down to the prisoner's house the night before
to be repaired - The mould now produced is very similar
the mould
to ^ the prisoner took from my house - that mould was
numbered 10 a
nd so is this - I have no doubt about it
the pistol now produced by Mr Homan is the same
I gave the prisoner on Sunday night
____________________The mark X of
______________________Ann Spooner.

William Phillips Sworn - I am a Special
__________Constable at Tredegar Iron
- I know Mr Homan the Superintendant of police
at Tredegar - I know the prisoner at the Bar - he
is a Clock & Watchmaker - I was directed by Mr
on Sunday the 3rd Novr to go to the prisoner's
house - I went there between 12 and one o'Clock on
Sunday night - I knocked at the Door and Evan
the prisoner at the Bar asked me from
the upstairs window what I wanted, I told him I
wanted to speak with him - I told him that I wanted
to speak with him very particular - he asked
me if I was going to injure him or take him away
from his house - I told him no - He then told me
that I should not come in that he would not open
the door for m
e - I did not get in - I then returned
to Mr. Homan - I went again to the prisoner's house
between 2 & 3 o'Clock in the Monday morning - I
knocked at the door - there was a light in the
house upstairs and down
- he came to the upstairs
window aga
in and asked me what I wanted about
his house at that time - I told him I wanted to
talk to him about the Book of Rules of the order
that he belonged to - The order is the Grand

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