John Frost's birthplace John Frost on trial
  'Attack' on the Westgate 1839 Portrait of Samuel Etheridge c1825
  The 'attack of the Chartists' on the Westgate Hotel, Newport, 4th November 1839 Portrait of Mayor Phillips after the Chartist 'attack'
  Aftermath of the 'attack'.  
  Sketch by Lieutenant Taylor Royal Horse Artillery also ground floor plan of the Westgate Hotel  
(Miniature) Portrait of Samuel Etheridge c1825 (see note below)
Artist not known
Watercolour 102 x 83mm
Copyright Newport Museum and Art Gallery, South Wales

Samuel Etheridge was a well-known radical and printer by trade and also the secretary of the Working Men's Association. He was tried at Monmouth with John Frost, William Jones and Zephaniah Williams and others for treason and sedition in connection with the Chartist riots at Newport on 4th November 1839. Etheridge was aquitted but Frost, Jones and Williams were found guilty and transported.