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like myself I don't belong to any Chartist Meeting I came down to
Newport last Friday, I was at home on Monday Tuesday and ~
Wednesday - His Brother did send up to his Mother, and I went up to
his Mother, his Mother did not ask me to swear that the Prisoner was not
______but I told her I saw him at Garn Ddiffaith on Monday morn-g last
at Newport on Monday last^ at 1/2 past 8 o'Clock. I believe there were
several other persons saw the Prisoner at Garn Ddiffaith on Monday
as well as me - I heard say so He had on that day this Coat that
he has on now, It is not common for me to see the Prisoner at that
hour in the morning. I happened to see him then for I was standing
on the door - I swear it was 8 or 1/2 past 8 that morning I made a
Memorandum of my having seen him, I told my Wife, there is
Solomon Brittan going some where now there was no stir at all in
that part of Garn Ddiffaith that morning all the inhabitants in
my Neighbourhood were at home I don't know that the Constables
have now 2 Warrants against the Prisoner for breaking open
Houses at Garn Ddiffaith that night when I saw him he was
walking in a direction from Newport I heard the Prisoners father
in Law Joseph Selvin and the Prisoner's Wife say as he was
at home at 8 o'Clock I don't know that I heard any other
person punctually say that he was at home at that time
when I was down on Friday night I saw the Prisoner, his
Father in Law and his 2 Brothers were there, I had no conversation
with him since he has been in confinement I have not been paid
or promised any wages for coming down here
The mark of,
.X.
Thomas Morgan

Peter Britton Sworn States I am a Miner and
live at Garn Ddiffaith, I left the Prisoner at his own
house last Sunday night was a Week, I leave him once
about 8 o'Clock from that to 9 o'Clock - I am not certain
I leave him there and I went home to Tea. Then he came
over to his Mother where I live, and we remained there till
1 or 2 o'Clock, when my brother the Prisoner went home
to the best of my knowledge - I some times drink

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