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MONTGOMERYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

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MONTGOMERYSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JAN. 5TH. TRIA LS OF PRISONERS. Before C. W. W. Wynn, Esq. (in the chair.) The Right Hon. the Eari of Powis, Richard Woosnam, Esq., and Thos. Powell, Esq,, were also upon the Bench. The Court for the trials of prisoners opened at the Assize Court, Welshpool, on Thursday morning. There were thirteen prisoners for trial, five of whom could neither read nor write. The Grand Jury were first sworn. The following gentlemen composed the jury:-lr Jas. Eaton, Welsh- town, Pool Lower, foreman; Messrs C. Edwards, Todlith- house, Churchstoke; R. Edwards, Trewern, farmer; T. Groves, Churchstoke; H. Hickman, Trallwgollen, inn- keeper; C. R. Jones, High-street, Llanfyllin; J. Jones, Market-street, Llanfyllin, shopkeeper; G. Kempster, Trederwen, Llansaintffraid, miller; E. Morris, Trewvlan, farmer; E. H. Morris, Ackley, Forden, auctioneer; H. E. Morris, Gaer, Forden, farmer; J. Morris, Werndu, Churchstoke, farmer; W. Peate, Can'eghofa, farmer; J. Powell, Buttington-hall, farmer; J. P. Pugh, Trederwen; J. Richards, Greenhall, farmer; J. Roberts, Colffrvn, farmer; J. Ryle, Penllwyn, Llanfyllin, farmer; L. Turner, Garthmill, Berriew, shopkeeper; C. Williams, Mont- gomery, mercer; and R. B. Williams, Mellington, Church- stoke, farmer. The DEPUTY CHAIRMAN briefly addressed the grand jury.

ROBBERY AT MANAFON. j

EMBEZZLEMENT AT LI.ANWYDDELAN.

SHEEP STEALING.

FALSE PRETENCES.;

STEALING TURKEYS.

RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY.…

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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