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nor did I hold out any inducement for him in any
other way - he said he did not know what their
intentions were but they were very angry towards me
he had heard many speak of me and he supposed
it was for taking Vincent - that he never ^ made
the Bullets had it not been for the situation of his
wife and the fear of being obliged to go with them-
I saw the prisoner on the morning of the 4th
about 10 o' clock at Mr Homfray's Stable Yard he
had then a pistol in his hand which I saw
him take out of his pocket. I now produce the
same pistol, it has the appearance of being a
new one,he endeavoured to prevent my taking it
from him, he said it had been given him to repair
he did not say by whom.
______________________ W. W. Homan.
Henry Crowe States : I am a Special Constable
at Tredegar Iron Works - I know the
prisoner - I saw him on Monday the 4th November.
I said nothing to him to induce him to make any
confession to me - I asked him what could possess
him to make Bullets at such a time, he said
he had been at the Lodge and that they had
in consideration of his wife`s illness let him free
going with them if he would stay at the house and make
some Bullets for them which he did as he was in
hopes of getting a few Shillings for the benefit of his
family - he also said he did not think he was
doing wrong in making them that he had made some
and should make some more that he thought it was
a profitable trade. He did not say where they
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