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thence by canal boat back to Brecon and from
thence he walked to William Hugh's before
light in the morning : he told me he were
there thinking to get well, and then to
marry Hugh's daughter. Neither I nor
Jonas Williams said any-thing to induce
him to make the above Statement I asked
him if he could bring anyone to prove he
was forced and he said he could not
they had all fled the Country: he said
Frost was with him going down to
Newport. He also added he thought
he was far enough out of the way
at Hugh's house: he said he did not
know Frost personally, but he -
understood he was there - It is forty six
miles from Newport to Tally bont.
but the way the prisoner went it must
be fifty six miles to Trallong.
__________________ William Voss -

Taken before us.
James Coles.
John Roberts
The Prisoner after being cautioned said I have
nothing to say -
Taken not sworn
before us James Coles
_________John Roberts

W Jones



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