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David Jones - of says I live at the Old Bridgend Inn
helping my Son in Law Thomas Duffield -
about 1/2 past 10 Sunday Evening a number of
persons came into the house one man at least was armed with a Pike - They took a saddle &
a double barreled gun from my the house & also
took spirits & other things from the house - they went
away about 1/2 past 12 - As the house was clear
about that time
Some more came about that
time - they were around with various weapons - they
paid for what they had & did not stop there long -
About 3 Oclock - my son in Law & another neighbour
came down stairs & I said to my daughter let's have
some supper & go to bed comfortable - when we the servts went
to the Cupboard all the victuals were gone so we
went to bed without - the Spirits & liquors were also
taken from the Bar - Less than 9 days ago I
a man (I believe John Thomas) told me he saw my saddle
on another man's horse, he said he could



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