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COUNTY COURT BUSINESS.

THE JUBILEE AT ST. DAVID'S.

. ILOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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On Tuesday, July 3, at the Cheshire Quarter Sessions, the case of cruelty to pauper children at Nantwicli by a man named Sudlow and his wife, was heard. The Chair- man, in summing up, said that it was time Poor-law Boards inquired into the whole subject of boarding out pauper children. The jury returned a verdict of quilty, and said the evidence reflected upon Gouldbourne, the guardian who had the supervision of the children. The Chairman, in passing the sentence-which certainly did not err on the side of severity-of nine months' imprisonment on Richard Sudlow, and fifteen months on Anne Sudlow, strongly commented on the defects of a system which al- lowed the perpetration of suchffiendish cruelty. As Henry Croft and his wife, of Lancaster, were travelling on Tuesday morning, July 3, to Market Har- borough, in the Scotch train, a sudden crash took place as the train was passing Crewe, and a long rod of iron, which was being carried in the opposite direction by a luggage train, completely decapitated Mrs. Croft, and swept the greatest part of the carriage away. Her husband, who was sitting next to her, and their son, who was sitting opposite to his mother, escaped unhurt.

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