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ITWO IDEAS OF ARMY REFORM.

I .STEEPLECHASE FIXTURES.

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MONTGOMERYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

ROBBERY AT MANAFON. j

EMBEZZLEMENT AT LI.ANWYDDELAN.

SHEEP STEALING.

FALSE PRETENCES.;

STEALING TURKEYS.

RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY.…

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RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY. Richard Ellis and Elizabeth Ellis (on bail), higglers, were indicted for having received from the prisoner, Timothy Brown, at Bausley, on October 28th. 1870, three turkeys~ the property of John Griffiths, well knowing the same "to have been previously stolen. Prisoners pleaded not guilty. Mr C. Howell prosecuted, and Mr E. M. Jones defended. The turkeys were found in a gig-house by P.C. Breese. For the defence evidence was given to i the effect that the prisoner Richard Ellis told a neighbour that he found the turkeys in his stable on the morning of the 28th, and that he locked them up in the gig-liouse. â The jury found the male prisoner guilty, and the female prisoner not guilty. The woman was discharged, and the man was sentenced to three calendar months' imprison- ment, with hard labour.

ROBBERY AT GUILSFIBLD. |

PLEADED GUILTY. j

BILLS IGNORED. j

DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.I

THE NEW HAWKERS' ACT.!

A QUERY WITH REGARD TO A NEW…

THE CORONER'S REPORT. ]

j A PETITION TO THE HOUSE…

FRIDAY. !

SHREWSBURY.

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