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Sarah Edmunds Sworn States - I am the wife of William
Edmunds
- he keeps the Greyhound public House at Pontlanfraith
- there was a Room taken at my house I believe for the purpose of
holding Chartists Lodge - the Chartists used that Room - I
know there were used to be a great number of persons members
there when William Edwards came - I have once seen Frost
at the Lodge - I have seen Vincent there I think twice - I have
seen Jones the Watchmaker there and I have seen Edwards there
the man who is now in prison - I saw Jones there yesterday
week - it was before it was dark - he was met by some persons
there - I saw him there on Saturday night the 2nd November
just in the dark - he was then going in the direction of
Pontypool - there were a great many Chartists in the Lodge
on the Saturday night - Jones did not go into the Lodge either
night he was there the night of last Tuesday week - he was on
that night in the Lodge with the Chartists - they did not stop
any person from going into the Chartist Room - many went
in without paying - Jones said to me that the Chartists
were going to Newport to shew their Strength to the Newport
People - when I saw him on Sunday night a little before
dark I saw him going in the direction of Blackwood - I
did not see any thing of him afterwards - there were a great
many people assembled in and about our house on Sunday
night - there were a great many people in the House - there
was so much noise on the outside - As near as I can recollect it was about
seven o'clock when the people left our House - it was a very
wet night when they set off - they said they were going down
to Newport - there was no lodge held on the Sunday night
as I do know - they did not go to the Lodge Room - they left at
seven o'clock that night to go to Newport - a week last Tuesday
night I saw Zephaniah Williams at the Lodge - I saw
Jones there the same night - I know a man they call
Dr Price - I never saw him at the Lodge - the were
afraid to say any thing to the Colliers about Chartism -
I was never up stairs with them in the Room - I don't

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