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that I was with met Mr Frost
the men said to him Mr Frost
had we had better not return Frost
No they had better not he said
they should come on to Newport
and take possession of the Poor
and the Soldiers and their arms
Then he said there was a storehouse
where there was plenty of powder
and then they would blow up
the Bridge and then they
were to stop the Welsh Coaches
that did run in the north
then that would be a notice
for them in the north to
commence on Monday
night. He said he should
be able to see 2 or 3 a few of
his friends or very enemies
in Newport. When I first
came to the Welsh Oak from
Blackwood the place was



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