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NEATH.

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DOWLAIS.

SIRTIOWY IRON WORKS.

SWANSEA.

G;L VMORG-ANSTIIRE SPRING…

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G;L VMORG-ANSTIIRE SPRING ASSIZES. The commission for holding these assizes was opened at the Town-hall, Swansea, last Tuesday evening, before Mr. Justice Erie. The usual sheriff's ordinary was held at the Mack worth Arms, when several gentlemen dined together. The attendance; however; Was not so large as expected, Mrs. Jones having made arrangements for a much htrger company. Capt. Boteler, the high sheriff, presided, and T. Evans. Esq.. of Cardiff, deputy sheriff, occupied the vice-chair.. The dinner being over, the high sheriff proceeded in his carriage, accompanied hy J. H. Vivian. Esq.. M.P., G. II. Smith, Esq., II. H. M/res, Esq., and gentlemen, in their carriages, to m0ct the learned judge, who was expected to arrive from Gloucester. The procession, which wag comparatively a small one, was preceded hy a rcti- nue of.javelin men, mounted, and wearing the high sheriff's very elegant and chaste livery. The procession met the learned judge a short distance out of'town, on the Morriston road. His lord-hip wag accompanied by Lady Erie. The learned judge entered the high sheriff's carriage, and the procession returned to Swansea, when his lordship at once proceeded to the Tomi- hall, for the purpose of going through the formulary of opening I tne comrlllSsion Qn edfteaday, his lordship attended divine service at St. Mary s church, when the -Key. Mr. tviugnt, tne snerin sefiap- lain preached after which the business of the assizes was pro- ceeded with. The grand jury having been sworn, his lordship addressed them, after which they retired. Henry Lewis, 27, miner, charged upon the oaths of Catherine. Davies, of Merthyr, spinster, and others, with having violently, and against her will, ravished the said Catherine Davies ver- dict, Guilty; sentence, ten years' transportation. Frederick Stone, 28, watchmaker, charged with having, at SA-ansea, feloniously made and counterfeited twenty pieces false and counterfeit coin, each piece resembling and appaf rently intended to resemble and pass for the Queen's current silver coin, called a sixpence; verdict, Guilty; sentence, ten years' transportation. The trials were proceeding when we went to press.

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COWBRIDGE.

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MERTIIYR.

TBEDEGAK.

GLAMORGANSHIRE ADJOURNED SESSIONS.

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