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. PETTY SESSIONS,—ABERYSTWITH.

TOWN'S IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION.

THE TOWN COUNCIL.

POWELL v. LEWIS.

LEWIS VERSUS POWELL.

JTOCCUANEOUA,

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JTOCCUANEOUA, THERE will be a meeting at the Town Hall, on Monday, the 20th inst., for the assessment of road rates. THE NEW SHERIFF.âLieut.-Colonel John Lewea, LIanHear, has been appointed high sheriff of this county for the coming year. WE learn that Mr. Kdward Jones, of Shipbuilder's Row, (late pupil of Mr. Lewis Roderick,) in this town' has successfully passed his examination in Liverpool for second mate. THE ASSIZES.âCol. Lewes, the high sheriff for the county, has issued his proclamation announcing that the next assizes for the shire will be held at Cardigan, on Tuesday, the 17th of March. The learned judge appointed to preside on the occasion is Mr Justice Blackburn. MACHYNLLETH.â CRIMINAL ASSAULT.â At the magistrates' office, on Wednesday, before the Rev. W. G. Davies, Joseph Davies, late of Cefnygadair, Llanwarin, a married man, was charged with com- mitting a criminal assault upon Hannah Emmanuel, a young girl. The case occupied nearly four hours, and at the conclusion the magistrates severely com- mented upoR the grossness of theonence, and told the prisoner he had narrowly escaped being committed for trial. t L.Ul.CH OF THE BRIG "FANNY FOTHERGILL.â Hadit not been for the brusque incivility on the JF&'RT of the captain of this brig to a gentleman we commissioned to report upon her launch, the ac- count of that interesting ceremony would long since have appeared in our columns. Not only did the captain upon the occasion referred to refuse to communicate all information respecting the vessel which he was about to command, but he actually told our representative that he would prefer no notice to be taken of the launch. Of course we re- garded the wishes of the captain as those of the pro- prietors, and onr reporter, very properly, refrained taking any notice whatever of the launch. It is but seldom we have reason to make a charge of in- civiliiy against naval commanders, but in the ins- tance referred to it was so gross and unprovoked that it canuot be passed over in silence. For the benefit of our readers we seek to glean all the in- formation within the radius of our ken, but when we sre insulted in the search we have no choice but to retreat into silence. Devoid of all special infor- mation we can only ten our readers that the Fanny Fothergill was launched at this port some three weeks ago, We do not know for what trade she is intended, but from her perfection of build and ease of motion, she is capable of being employed in any. She is clipper-built, constructed on the moet grace- ful lines, AND will disappoint us much if she disap- point the sanguine expectations of her builders.

FROM THE MINING JOURNAL, Feb.…

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