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Regina v[ersu]s William Jones the Watchmaker. William Woodward states That on Sunday the third -
day of November last I saw Jones of Pontypool pass -
thro' Tredegar - He was on a Bay Horse, rather small
- the Horse (or mare) I do not know which, had been
sweating a good deal - I looked particularly at him
as his horse was sweating very much, this was -
about four or half past four o'clock - Jones was
dressed in a Pilot Cloth Coat - Jones spoke to three
men in front of me - Oliver Jenkins, James Southway
and Jacob Randall three men now run away from
Tredegar -

David Thomas (Collier) works in Tredegar states, I -
recollect Sunday the 3rd November last - I saw Jones
of Pontypool - I know him well - I have seen him
twice, once on the stage in Dukes Town and once
by Zephaniah Williams' - I saw him pass thro' -
Tredegar on Sunday the third of November - I was
coming up from the Tredegar Iron Company Stables -
it was about four or half past four o'clock -
I had no watch - William Woodward was behind
me and three other men, Oliver Jenkins, James
Southway
and Jacob Randall - Jones was riding
on a small bay Horse on a trot and fast - as he
passed by me he galloped - -

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