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here it is it is numbered 10 - I then told him he
must have more bullets in the house, he said he
had not but few, that he had not made above a
dozen - I told him he must produce them he told
the Servant Girl to go upstairs and bring down the
dozen Bullets he had made, he did produce them
here they are - I asked him who he made them
for - he told me he made them for the Chartists
against they return from Newport
- the Bullets and
mould which I have produced are the same which
I received from the prisoner - George Jones and
William Davies two Special Constables who are not
here went with me to the prisoners house and were
present when the prisoner gave me up the Bullet
Moulds and Bullets which I have produced - Mr.
Homan
was not with me at the time the prisoner
told me he made the Bullets against the Chartists
return from Newport.
_______________________ William Phillips

Walter William Homan Sworn says: I
am Superintendent of Police at Tredegar Iron Works
I perfectly well remember the evening of Sunday the
3rd November - In consequence of information I
received I directed the last witness William Phillips
and two other Special Constables to go to the prisoners
house, it was between twelve and one o' Clock
at night when I first sent them, the last witness
returned to me afterwards - I told him to go again to
the prisoners house and endeavour to gain admission
I received the prisoner into my custody on the
Monday morning - I searched him, I found nothing


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