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Tuesday the Twenty-eighth, Wednesday the Twenty-ninth,
Thursday the Thirtieth, Friday the Thirty-first of O&tober ;
TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND,
By JOSEPH GURNEY.
SOLD BY MARTHA GURNEY, BOOKSELLER, HOL BORN-HILL,
[The Cross-examination of John Groves, continued, from
Vol. II.) 2: DECAUSE Mr. Walsh came there with King and Con,
ftitution upon his buttons, you chose to say that you thought he was a fpy, was that so?
A. That was not the reason, because he had the King and Constitution upon his buttons, for that might have been put on.
2: Well, seeing him there with King and Conftitution on his buttons, you chose to say, that you thought he was a spy from the Treasury?
A. The fact is, I was applied to by two or three to know if I knew Mr. Walsh, I said yes, and he was pointed out to me; I faid that is Mr. Walth, certainly; somebody made answer, who I cannot say, he is just come from Ireland, where he has been upon some Government business; I was asked if I knew any thing of his being employed by Government, I said immediately, I do believe he is.
2. Did not you say you believed he was a spy? A. I do not think I did.
2: Will you swear you did not say, that you believed he was a spy?