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ITHE COMMISSION OF THE PEACE…

. NEWPORT DOCK.

THE CHOLERA MORBUS.

. DEFALCATION IN THE NEWPORT…

THE INFLUENZA.

THE CHOLERA-CURE !

. FROM FRIDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE,…

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A POLICE INTELLIGENCE, NEWPORT DIVISION.â WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. At the Office of the Clerk to the Justices, High-street, Newport. Before the Rev. J. Coles. John Smith, charged with poaching, was discharged, the evi- dence being insufficient. But for threatening to cut William Thomas with a knife,he was bound over in sureties to keep the peace. SATURDAY. Magistrates presentâRev. James Coles, Rev. Chancellor Williams, and J. Russell, Esq. Distress warrants for non-payment of poor-rates were issued against Moses Scard, the town scavenger, and four other de- faulters. MONDAY. Before T. Hughes and T. Hawkins, Esqrs. The borough business, usually transacted at the Town Hall, was heard to-day at the above office. Capt. Duncan Smith was charged with having assaulted Ben- jamin Poulson.âCase dismissed. 0 A warrant was afterwards issued against Poulson for having deserted from Capt. Smith's ship. Edward Walker, a Bristol cove," was charged with stealing a quantity of oranges and onions in the warehouse of Mr. W. Pickford, store-keeper, Pentwyn wharf.âRyan, Mr. Pickford's man, being sent to lock up the warehouse, found Walker, the prisoner, concealed behind the door, and collared him, finding the missing property on his person. An orange box had been torn open, and oranges abstracted.âCommitted for trial. The magistrates regretted the want of a summary power to deal with petty cases of this description, instead of sending them for trial. WEDNESDAY. Before the Rev. James Coles, at the same Office. Hugh Mc,Mullen, one of the band of the 43rd regiment, was committed for trial, for stealing from the person of Henry Tho- mas Pugh, a button and 15s. Pugh had got stupidly drunk at the barracks canteen, and was removed in that state to quarters, by the prisoner, who was observed to put his hand into Pugh's pocket, and take something out. The button was found on the prisoner, and identified by Pugh, THURSDAY. Before W. Jenkins (mayor), and T. Hughes, Esqrs. Mary Jones (remanded case), was summoned for assaulting Elizabeth Warren, of Friars' Fields.âFined 10s., and 14s. 6d. costs, or six weeks' imprisonment. John Rosser, 11 years of age (remanded case), was charged with stealing a quantity of copper money from Patrick Mc Carthy, of Pillgwenlly.âTo be imprisoned one month, and be once privately whipped. Benjamin Poulson was charged with leaving his vessel.â Committed for 30 days. Thomas Jeremy was summoned for assaulting Charles Wa- ters.âSettled out of court. Joseph Roberts was summoned for assaulting Wm. Lewis.â Settled out of court. William Denby, master of the Wilberforce, was summoned for damage done to the Gem, Jonathan Peters, master, to the amount of £ 10. 13s. 8d.âDismissed.

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