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speaking there - He sd he expected the Sirhowy
people over there every moment - He was
walking about from one place to the other -
and that he would go and get as many Steam
trams as he could and as many planks to
put upon them - And that they were to go
down to Newport - to shew them at N//port
that it was their determination to have the
Charter the Law of the Land - that there
would be no shedding blood in the cause -
for every one to take care and not break
the Law and not to take any one's
property nor body - & by We marched
on down to Ebbw Vale - to the Furnaces -
the Blast was taken off - I said to Prisr
I hope they won't Stop the Work - He
said Let them be stopped to the devil - that
is the fittest for them - I marched on
arm in arm with Daniel Thomas
a Dresser at Nantyglo - I had a pint of
Water at Llanhiddel Foundry - I came
on through Risca - a halt was made at
a House standing between the Tram Road
and the Turnpike Road
- I have heard it
was theWelsh Oak - I saw Prisoner there
walking backwards & forwards - with
his hands in his pocket - I didn't
hear him say any thing - I saw a
Chaise standing in the Road - I
remained there for about an hour - We
came on to the Park - I saw John Frost
there and a great number of people there -
nearly all armed - I heard Frost say
to the Men who were on the Tr Bank
to come to the Tram Road - I saw the

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lines 1-12, 21-28 vertical lines placed in emphasis;
lines 34-35 'corroborates [?]Thos Saunder/s'/ ;
lines 24 -25... [?]pri/s/]



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