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The Prisoner being asked if he had any -
thing to say, and cautioned not to say any-thing
to criminate himself, said he had Nothing further
to say than what he had said to the two -
witnesses -
William Williams
Thos Meredith
Thomas Vaughan

Thomas Armstrong of the Town of Brecon Surgeon
being sworn on Oath Saith -
I have this Day examined a Gun-shot -
wound on the Body of the Prisoner William
Jones - I am of opinion that it is a Gun-shot
wound - it entered the middle of the Back -
to the Right of the Vertebrae and passed under
the Skin and came out of the Right chest -
Walking will be very dangerous for a
long journey in his present State -
____________ Thos Armstrong
_____________ Surgeon

Sworn 3[r]d December 1839
Before us - Thomas Vaughan
__________ William Williams

Name - William Jones
Born - At Llangastell - in Talgarth
Age - Twenty four Years
Size - 5 Feet 10 -
Eyes - Hazel -
Hair - dark brown
Complexion - Sallow
Face - Oval
Nose - A little sloping to the right - and long -
Last Residence Sirhowy in Llangynider
Trade - A Miner in the Works of Messrs -
Harford & Co

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