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Ag[ain]st W[illia]m Jones the Watchmaker
William Woodward States
That on Sunday the Third of November
last I saw Jones of Pontypool pass through
Tredegar he was on a Bay Horse rather
small the Horse (or Mare) I do not know which
had been sweating a good deal I looked
particularly at him as his Horse was
sweating very much This was about four
or half past four o'clock Jones was dressed
in a Pilot Cloth Coat Jones spoke to
Three men in front of me Oliver Jenkins
James Southway and Jacob Randall,
three Men now run away from Tredegar

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William Woodward

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Tredegar
December 2nd 1839

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