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d^*t 'he animal was now oat of hi* possession, he was charged on payment of 2s costs.—Mr Hughes appeared answer a complaint for moving cattle without a The offence appeared to have been the result of ^Conception, and be was discharged on payment, o' p'Thiirgday, May 5th.— Before I)r Dvster.—Charles ootnb, a suitor belonging to the schooner Dee, of Chester, as brought, op in custody of the police as a dangerous ^°Oatio wandering at large. He had run away from hi.* tinder the persuasion that a conspiracy was formed y his companions to destroy him. He liad only joined *e»sel a week before, and had been quiet, sober, and •'•-conducted. The poor law medical officer was 'fected to examine him, and pronounced him insane, act suffirimtly obvious to all who *HW him. The nn- "rfunate man was conveyed to the Juint Counties Lu- n"c Asylum at Carmarthen. 1M r .A. t.. '-iLANn. — A drunken man wno came rrom un- R'een sod' in the steamer Dido Inst week, walked ovy the hydraulic machine, but he happened to cati'Ti °'^ with hia bands, where he hung suspended over the Pontoon, some 40 feet below. Capt R. AyWard, of the '• 8tenrrer, immediately ran un the incline to his I » "ico, and managed to hold the fellow up until a passed round him, when he was pulled up thus I e narrowly escaped being killed.