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attending a public meeting of Chartists at the Prisoner's House - That
meeting was adjourned to the King's Head - We first met at the meeting
in the morning - it was adjourned - it was held out - it was held
adjoining the Prisoner's House - it was not on his premises - there
were hustings erected there - The were erected adjoining his house
part of the Woodwork of those Hustings rested against the prisoner's
house - the meeting was held on last new year's day - I can't
judge how many persons were there, there were 7 or 800 or more
The Prisoner John Lewis Llewellin was there - We first met that
morning at the prisoner's House before we went to the Hustings -
I should not know John Frost if I was to see him - I have seen
Henry Vincent there - I was told it was him - I don't know a
person of the name of Carrier - he was there - he is from Trowbridge
- I know a person called Jones the Watchmaker - he
lives in Pontypool - he was there - Edwards was appointed to the Chair
I did not know him I only heard that was his name - I don't know
Edwards the Baker of Newport - I heard Mr Frost's name mentioned
I saw Mr Frost there - the people told me it was him that was speaking
Mr Frost was appointed a Delegate by the prisoner - the prisoner
proposed Frost as a D



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