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John Frost Square (1977), in the centre of the city, is named in his honour.Newport probably had a Welsh-speaking majority until the 1830s, but with a large influx of migrants from England and Ireland over the following decades, the town and the rest of Monmouthshire came to be seen as "un-Welsh", a view compounded by ambiguity about the status of Monmouthshire.It was buried in rubble excavated from the Hillfield railway tunnels that were dug under Stow Hill in the 1840s and no part of it is currently visible.and was granted a second one, by Hugh Stafford, 2nd Earl of Stafford in 1385.In AD 75, on the very edge of their empire, the Roman legions built a Roman fort at Caerleon to defend the river crossing.

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During the Welsh Revolt in 1402 Rhys Gethin, General for Owain Glyndŵr, forcibly took Newport Castle together with those at Cardiff, Llandaff, Abergavenny, Caerphilly, Caerleon and Usk.John Frost and 3,000 other Chartists marched on the Westgate Hotel at the centre of the town.The march was met with an attack by militia, called to the town by the Mayor, Thomas Phillips: at least 20 marchers were killed and were later buried in Saint Woolos churchyard.By 1830 Newport was Wales' leading coal port, and until the 1850s it was larger than Cardiff.

The Newport Rising in 1839 was the last large-scale armed rebellion against authority in mainland Britain.

During the raid the town of Newport was badly burned and Saint Woolos church destroyed.

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