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Thomas Watts of Gellygrose in the parish of
Monythusloyne in the County of Monmouth
Hallier states
That on Wednesday the 13th day of November last he
with 3 assistants took the prisoners Thomas Edwards
and William John Llewellyn out of the Levels called
Havodtriscloed in the said parish of Monythusloyne
and
apprehended the other two prisoners Job Harris and
Joseph Coules in their respective houses upon warrants
for being concerned in the late Riots at Newport - On
our way down to Newport with the prisoners they all
voluntarily admitted that they had broken open and
entered Job Walters' house on Sunday night the 3rd
November by the command of George Beach and others
and that the same party broke open several other houses
in the way from Argoed to Newport - the prisoners
also confessed coming down with the mob to Newport.

Thomas Watts.

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