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us to settle about having a governor over every 10 and wished
every one to raise his hand in favor of doing that - but
we and many others were against it - there were from
30 to 40 present - He also said we should be called
upon soon - We asked what to do? He said he was
under Oath not to tell us - I then went away and
considered the meeting broken up - On the next Evg
(Sunday) about 7 o' Clock having heard during the day
that something was stirring - I went in company
with John Davies to the Navigation Inn to know what
was doing - We went into the Club Room - There
was no one there but our party - When we had been
there about a 1/4 of an hour Jones the Watchmaker came
in with 2 others - they did not appear to be armed
Jones asked us what Lodge we belonged to - We said we could
not agree. He then asked us who our Captain was - We said
old David Stephens --

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Evidence as to Captains

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