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the Arms and Ammunition came
from - Young Davies then returned
with us and went with us as
far as the Welsh Oak which is
a new House adj-g the Tram Road
and Turnpike road - the Tram Road
at that point crosses the Turnpike
. I can't say whether young
Davies had anything with him
it was very dark - it was after
12 o clock. At the Welsh Oak I saw
Mr John Frost. He there released
a respectable looking Gentleman
he went away as fast as he
could go I was about 5 or 6 yards
off when from Mr Frost when he
released the Gentleman. I saw that
Mr Frost was speaking roughish
I cod. not hear what he said. I saw
him making motions with
his hands. Candles were lighted
I had seen Frost before in Newport as
a Magistrate & I had seen him at the Greyhound

[in l. margin]
John Frost

Mr Brough



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