The examination of Owen Parry concerning the theft of porter

From the Rolls of the Montgomeryshire Quarter Sessions For the Epiphany Session 1830:

Montgomeryshire. The examination of Owen Parry taken before me George Arthur Evors Clerk one of his Majestys Justices of the Peace in and for the said County the 12th day of November 1829 -

Saith that on Monday morning after Edward Edwards's the Blacksmith's Porter was stolen, about Eight o'Clock Edward Edwards who is now in the House of correction came to him on the Bridge in Newtown and said, "I and Dick had fine luck last night" that they had taken a Barrel of Porter and two Bottles out of Edwards the Blacksmith's Warehouse, that they had buried the Barrel in Mr Ellis's Dunghill and had drank the Porter out of the Bottles & put the empty bottles in Edwards the Tinman's Tallant, that examinant afterwards saw the Bottles in the Tallant, that Ned Edwards told him that they had broken into the Warehouse with a Mattock which they had out of Nancy Morris's House, that immediately after it was reported that the Porter had been stolen but examinant said nothing about it -

The mark X of Owen Parry

Taken before me G.A. Evors

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