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and dark. I did not see Zephaniah on the Mountain
to know him but I fancy I heard his voice. After we had
been there some time we went off the mountain down
by Ebbw Vale & Victoria to Aberbeeg. There were
thousands of men with Guns Pikes all sorts they
did fire one or two Guns off on the road. It
was not till we got down by Ebbw Vale & Victoria
that I heard where we we were going to Newport but
for what I could not understand - I went down
_____________near Newport about 9 or 10
______________O' clock Monday mo- g
to where there was a machine ^ and then saw the

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men running back from Newport saying the Soldiers
had fired upon the people I was frightened and
threw away my Gun and went home. I think
it is about 22 or 23 miles from my Fathers
House to Newport
__________________The mark of
___________________Benjamin James

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Reg. vs Z. Williams
Depo of Ann Thomas
and Benjamin

Benjn James

Ann Thomas saw
Jones the Watchmaker
go down to Z. Williams
Sunday Morn-g 3 Novr
about 10 Oclock

[at foot/in pencil]



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