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pointing his Gun at him; he fell down on
his hands and knees when he received a
bullet in his back; he said he then went
in a tram to Tredegar the same day, I never
said any thing to Jones to induce him to
make the above statement. Jones added
that he went to Newport first on that day
month (the 2nd of November)
________________ James Williams
Taken before us
James Coles
John Roberts

William Voss on his Oath saith I am a
Constable of Brecon. On the second of December
instant I accompanied Jonas Williams to
the house of Lewis Hugh of Trallong ; I went
to apprehend the prisoner ; We found him
there ; the Prisoner asked me to go up -
stairs to change his Clothes ; he went up
and I followed him ; he then pulled his
trousers off and pulled out some money
to put in the other trousers he was going to
to put on ; he said he would give me
five pounds to let him go , and he rattled
something in his hand , which I did not
see but believe it was money ; the last -
Witness told him he was his Prisoner
and asked him how his wound was
getting on ; he cried , and cried bitterly.
Before we left , the Woman of the house



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