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worse than she had been before
When he had the Bread and Cheese
he said it may be the last
he might ever want. One
of the party who first came spoke
to me I did not know him
he said they had begun the wrong
way. My mother said she thought
they had particularly on a Sunday
night He said oh not that they
ought to have brought down Will
and W[illia]mDavies
(Will commonly called Will
`s) Heads upon
spears. David [the tinker] stopped
about half an hour
and then he went out with
the rest.
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Taken on Oath before }
us this 7 day of December }
1839 } [to the right] Mary Thomas



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