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Reg vs W m Davies

Henry George of the George Inn
Blackwood I saw a great
many people passing my House
the Sunday before the Riots
there were a great many they
had nothing with them. I know
Wm Davies the pris r. particularly
well I do business with him
I saw the Pris r. 2 or 3 times
at least if not more pass
my House on foot He was
passing & repassing with them
There were a great many
_very hastily more so than usual
passing to & fro ^ I saw him
him Sunday afternoon
after 2 O'clock pass down
the Road towards the Coach
& Horses kept by Rd Pugh
He was dressed in his usual
dress a Coat cut away down
over the hips I saw him
going up previous to
Dinner & afterwards back

[in left margin/ written
vertically from bottom corner/
? in continuation of another statement]

at [?] ... [*] we went to look for Pikes[~]
the men walked thro' The Brook I knew
where my Masters Fowls House was [~]
having lived there many years & I hid
myself & did not go further[~]
Thomas Smith

[l. margin
alongside line 7 of text]
W. Davies

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again. He appeared to be much
more busy & active than usual
it was a very wet day there was a Man
named McClean who was wounded [?] running
up & down
The Horse Pris r. rode on Monday
Mor- [in]g was a Ches[t]nut Horse
with a light Mane & Tail
About 12 o'clock
The Pris r was at home at 10
_____Monday 3 Nov r
O'clock ^ I saw him thro' the Window

The Women abused Davies
called him a Turn Coat & that he
did send their Husbands to be
slaughtered my Wife heard
them my Wife's name is
Mary George

The Prisoner's Father has two
Horses the one a Bay or light
toned one and a Ches[t]nut
with a light Mane & Tail
about 15 hands & the other
13 /14 hands

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