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Pay Capt Child t3 a year rent. He said he would never Pay it. Cross-examined by Mr Allen: He said Capt Child had j °P to make him pay the rent. James John, examined by Mr Bowen: I live at Begelly. I remember the plaintiff calling upon me to ?° *uh him to Capt Child to settle matters, as the lu ^>r'oe» was his house. Capt Child and J>n j-as Were 'n the room half an hour before I was pj j0, Capt Child said he had settled with Mathias. '*intift wanted a paper to put Price out of his house. likRK-t teU what be did say. Capt Child said he did not I e him to be a landlord of his. He wanted him to be tenant of his. Cross-examined by Mr Allen: He said that not once but teICe' heard Mathias say he would not become n*nt: he did not care for the land, but he would not give up the house and garden. He did not say that in his Presence. I did not hear Mathias agree to become QI8 tenant. Re examined by Mr Bowen: He told me he wanted not 148 k'8 tenant at the Begelly Arms. He did M^p^wr *° m7 presence. r -K W. W. Morgan examined by Mr Bowen I am ■ntrSqPeer Haverfordwest. In December 1866, I i at. Be8elly Moor to value the distress. I made Valuation. I recollect telling the defendant to go •o ren^ a sensible man: he refused to do ■Wd 8 J Captain had no right to the place. He said he "but ? a in taking the place at £ 3 a year, v°uld make no difference. I recollect his wife 'the n*' be when he brought PaPer home.' He was asked to show the paper p said to be the agreement, and he refused. ^{'•Wamm.ed by Mr Allen: The plaintiff said be >Oa had made the mistake. I do not recollect that the i^ln ^ild told me that plaintiff had agreed to take kavA ^j6 *or a year. Mr Price, the attorney, might Afojr of itm 5 pttea Price: I am a solicitor living in this town. mj,0(1t Child's solicitor. I went to Begelly Moor ^t»de distress. I was there three or four hours, to arrange the dispute. The plaintiff told he taken the place at £ 3 a year, and I told him ^UseatA l° ^aTe IHai*e dispute then. The plaintiff re- tb<e piece of paper. ] heard bis wife saying the nae bito how it would be when he brought they J1 borne- He and his wife repeatedly admitted they », tafeen the house of Capt Child at £ 3 a year SBCret it. the case for the defendant. IfOtdship summed up the evidence. 11-. Jyfy returned a verdict for the plaintiff, awarding --te' 7 as the value of his goods, and £ 5 damages, J^gether £ 12. r4 Williams, of St. David's, builder, v. John <Q0Mr Mortimer, of Treginnis.—This was an action on a "Court*0' 'or ^e defendant bad paid £ 35 into e' P'ea^°d not indebted as to the remainder. *as entered for trial, when his Lordship inti. Vefer "at it was a matter of account, and suggested a 3mtrt,noe* The plaintiff was represented by Mr Bowen, ct6d by Mr Price, and the defendant by Mr B. T. instructed by Mr John. A consultation took K Cen professional gentlemen and their result of which was that the learned counsel ■Alletj jf" His Lordship that a reference to Mr Henry been agreed upon, and the record was with- 'been i' f the withdrawal of the case, we have ^0ftiih that the matter has been arranged by Mr '^0*ed Paying a further sum of £ 50, and being al- ^«dn t 8Vm °f £ 13 10s which he alleged the plaintiff 01 given him credit tor. THURSDAY. Mehip took his seat on the Bench at half past v* Jones and Morgan—This was an action for false imprisonment. The plaintiff alleged *>d ki?.,feDdaD"> went before tbe justices at Pembroke, IY and without reasonable cause laid an infor- the plaintiff that certain cattle had been driven away by the plaintiff. Upon this in- Vnj lbe justices issued a warrant, and the plaintiff *0 eyjje8t0d- He was brought before the justices, and Mr 1 ence being offered, he was discharged. oven and Mr De Rutzen, (instructed by Mr appeared for the plaintiff; and Mr %$«»,J?,and Mr Hughes (instructed by Mr Lanning) the defendants. W.h pleadings had been opened, the counsel on Mr j>ea Conferred and the case was arranged. Action J*i^en> addres8ing the Court, said: This is an ;*M9 *hich Mr John Scale, who is a highly respect- 3*«bri°?8 against the defendant, who is the • .,eBPectable gentleman, for recklessly put- •J^ect iHC"m\nai la* in motion against him. His only ^*»i0_ vindicate bis character, and the defendant, considered the matter, is willing to take V^*b let against him and to pay the costs. We have no to Diako a market out of the affair, and have agreed the case on those terms. ^°»e ^e.: I must say that I think the defendant has I thi**e ripht in taking the course he has done and •epy^^be plaintiff has behaved very •well, too, in ac- wa' tben entered for tbe plaintiff for 40s Wr*Q8 costs. are e t"6 ^otl t'le Speoial jury) My Lord,—We think "titled to two guineas for attending here. Mr | what? Mr Q^en For doing nothing. (Laughter.) » »n<Jge. We have been in attendance three days. URY WKA bat great injustice we do to the Common ^bi* nothing. ^UT^ded^the^buBiness of the Assize, and the