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with Bayonets and all manner of things - I knew
the man who had a Gun he was Aust the Gardener
of Malpas - I live at the Upper Cock the
people did not stop particular after they passed
me - they appeared to press every body about the Road
I did not see the Prisoner Jones when I was first taken
I had no idea that he was with the party when I
was first taken - I never heard any one say
that the Prisoner was compelled to go from the
lower house - I saw the Prisoner Jones afterwards
at the public house - I saw nothing particular
he was not armed - I saw nothing of him -
I saw him walking along side of us first before
before we came to a Gate - He did not appear to
take any active part at that time not until we
came to the Gate - I am quite sure it was
the Prisoner Jones made use of the words "this is the
way" at the gate
- there was another person
with him who also said so - I can't say who
lead the way up the Lane - I can't say it was
or it was not the Prisoner Jones - the time I saw the
Prisoner in the Lane was about ten - I am
quite positive that Prisoner Jones is one of the men who
said "this is the way"

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The mark of
Christopher Kidner -



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