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Witness Statement: John Lewis continued statement, describing aspects of Wright Beatty's dress on the morning of 4th November and his identification of the prisoner

that there were five in my kitchen. I will undertake to swear that the Prisoner at the Bar was amongst the number. I did not know any- of the other persons. The prisoner had on what is generally termed a Pilot H Coat & a low crowned glazed Hat. I don't know what colored neck kerchief he wore . I can't tell what colored waistcoat he wore . I am not aware that I saw his shirt. I did not observe the c colour of his Trousers. There were near 1500 persons about my House at the time. I was certainly alarmed. I was considerably alarmed at seeing so many people. It may - have been 2 or 3 years more or less before that time since I had seen the Prisoner. I have not seen much of the Prisoner since he worked for Messrs Prothero & Powell about 14 years ago .Several of the persons in my kitchen at the same time with the Prisoner had Coats of the same description on - Pilot Coats. I don't think there is anything very particular in the appearance of the Prisoner by which- I can identify him. After all, I will persevere in swearing that the Prisoner is the man -

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