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Sitting down in the Chair with my Coat
and hat off going to bed, & then I said
Move from here I will not upon my
Soul to night, besides that I have no
Money, it is no use to travel about
the Country without money. - George
Beech
then presented a Shilling and
said I should not want any thing
I said Go I will not for you, if
you intend to kill me, Kill me here,
for I am sure if I go along Killed
I shall be, it will save the less
trouble for my friends, to take me from
here to be buried, than from any
where else. - they then husherd
me out, took hold of me and off
with me, - I was not then dressed,
they took me out without my Coat
and Hat, I had them out on the
road, - I have a son he is between
15 & 16 years of age, he was there
that night, - I can't say whether he
was taken away or not by the
Men, - I know that I had him

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