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begged them to return Williams answered d......n the
Soldiers and told them to come on and they would shew
what the Colliers could do in Newport Witness gave inform-
ation to the Magistrates-----------------------------------Call
TO PROVE That on Monday morning about nine he was on Stow Hill
and saw the Mob come up by way of the Friars walking
8 or 10 a breast they went down Stow Hill and consisted of
several thousands he then saw Zephaniah Williams in the
rear rear coming up after them saw him first nearly opposite
the Turnpike Gate on the foot path - the great body of the men
were before - very few were behind him - Saw him again
opposite the 6 Bells which is about 100 yards from where
he first saw him - Heard the firing after he saw the
Prisoner as above stated ---------------------------------------------Call
in right hand margin against the above paragraph:---
John Parsons of Pillgwenlly - Butcher - 197


TO PROVE the apprehension on the 25th Novr (November) of the Prisoner
Zephaniah Williams on board the Vintage lying in the Port of Cardiff and bound for Oporto- ------------------- Call
right hand margin against the above paragraph:-
Sam[ue]l Jeremiah Box Stockdale of Cardiff Police Officer - 162


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