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[top right corner] 19
Witnesses on the Part of the Prisoner

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William Hamblyn
a respectable
Draper and
Shop keeper at
Newport living
at the Anchor
House
close
to the Westgate
Inn
.

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_________________will prove
It is understood as to prove
that Richard Waters
was asleep on the Sofa
in the Room he speaks of
seeing Frost from
when the mob came
in front of the Westgate
& that he Hamblyn
awoke Waters up
but Waters had time to go to the
window & see the mob come round
It is not improbable
but that this Witness
might prove seeing
Frost himself
Hamblyn it is also
understood will
prove some Expressions
used by Waters
subsequently

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