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NEWPORT POLICE- Fnii).,Ly, 2Cth. H John Edmunds, charged with being drunk and disoi-d(-I.IN,. Discharged. M William Gray, charged with receiving a pairj of trucks, iiiowing them to have been stolen. B James Coldwell, sworn, a baker residing in Comniercial- itreet, Newport I had a pair of trucks on the 22nd of \pril last, which was worth upwards of a sovereign I liai-c never disposed pf those trucks in any way I never saw the0 rucks from the 22nd of April until yesterday evening I saw them at AV. Grays stable, at the Blue Boar; I saw them it my door the 2:2nd of April I saw Gray yesterday in jwn house, when I was in company of police Harlow .earch of my trucks Grey desird the boy to unlock theHl1 loor and show me the trucks; I then went into the stable vith the policeman and there saw the trucks Grei .fk)iloNN-e(i us there; as soon as I saw the trucks I said those are m\Hc rucks, and I can swear to them Gray said they were hi :rucks and I should not have them I replied I hve nothing :o do with taking them from here; "Gray said he bought :hem of John Young;" I said that is the very man we had suspicion of; Gray said the trucks should not go from there, ind made use of abusive language I do not know John Young, I believe he is a hobler. N John Aloses sworn I am a wheelwright residing in this town; I know the prisoner by sight; lie Came to my sho about a month ago he asked me did I make a pair of for John Young; I asked him what John Young he he replied it was John Young the hobler; I told him I lever made a truck for him in my life; he told me that John Young told him, that I had made one for him, and that John Young wished him to buy them lie told me he had not bought it I told him (prisoner) that I knew John Young had no trucks of his own to sell I said idvised by me do not buy it its a stolen one he said I'll d d I will not have anything 1o do with it, and away the trucks are cheap at 30s. P.C.Harlow sworn: I am Serjeant in the police I apprehended Gray yesterday evening, and the trucks away in company With James Coldwell, and P. 1 ennymore; I asked Giav to show me where the trucksjB^ were, and he sent a boy to unlock the door I there foundST he trucks; I then took prisoner Gray to the Station-bouse Gray told me he bought the trucks of John Young, iloberts, and John Anthony, he gave (is., and half a gallonja1 of beer for the trucks he told me tbare were plenty offii witnesses in the house where he bought them, B' Air. Coldwell re-examined I had made inquiries concern-^B ing my trucks, but could not, hear anything of tlie,.ii the trucks had been scraped clean, one of the handles had been broken and spliced, and there was a piece of the back; my name was never on them the band was taken off the handle*; t I am perfectly satisfied that the trucks now in court are my trucks. BJj' William Phillips sworn I am a grocer residing in this town I reside next door to Air. Coldwell I John Young, and John Anthony, the 22nd of April to some potatoes to my house, about 4 c-wt., (2 hags) could have been brought on the trucks at one time I tol'dBi them they could take any trucks they could see at the bac of my house for the purpose There were more trucks at the back of my house; I told them they might take Alr.B Coldwells trucks, as Mr. Coldwell had given me a generalHi permission to use his trucks they brought the potatoes to my house at one journey, at 12 o'clock in the day 1 did not employ them afterwards I did not lend them the trucks, but requested them to take -the trucks back to where tlen- had them; they told me they had done it; Air. ColdwellB missed the trucks about 3 or 4 the same afternoon I several inquiries of the men concerning the trucks, and said they took them back I do not know that the trucks, [used by Young and Anthony, were Air. Coldwells. tf Air. Prothero to prisoner, I have no doubt in ini- mind, but that the evidence produeed, if there had not been a point of law, and you had been found guilty the sentence in such cases is transportation for 15 years. «« Case dismissed. H John Anthony, John Uobei ts, and John Alorgaii, remanded for stealing a truck the property of James Coldwell, Mary Ann Jones, a very fine specimen of the Friars Fields maternity, was placed at the bar with a face almost, as red the lion at Bradford, charged with being drunk and dis-B orderly. M P. C. Hayward sworn; Is a police officer of this borouh, â ippreheuded the prisoner about half-past 11 last night; JU duty on the top of Corn-street I saw the prisoner up Commercial-street, with two young men, sweariii" the men told her to be quiet as there was a policeman coming she replied d n and bâr the policeman; I dont care him I ordered her home, and told her if she did not home I should make her go; she then got a little way up theB street and used the same expressions on the way to the Station-house she said she did not care a dân, she bad S served 3 months, and she could serve another month; she 3 was very drunk, but was capable of taking care of herself; S ( know her to be a common prostitute she has been com- 1 mitted before, on a charge of stealing a watch 1 could H hear her swearing 20 yards, S Mayorâ=Havc you anything to say why vou should not go to Usk again for a month. c g Discharged. H 1 CHCRCHWABDENS.âAt the last Easter Vestry for the ap-i pointment of churchwardens for the parish of BedwelltvJ upon a representation being made to Richard Fothergil'l,! Esq., of Tredegar lion works, the senior churchwarden, who lias filled that office for the last twelve years, that the com-fg aiunion plate of the parish church was not such as was desirable, lie, in the course of a few days, presented that church, at bis own expense, with an elegant and chaste set! of vessels for the communion servicc, consisting of two patfii, and a plate for the alms. This is orIN- one of the many proofs of kind, christian feelings and -it- tachment shown by that gentleman towards the Establishedf Church and in these days it is a peculiarly valuable proof. BRECON INFIRAIARY May 23, 1843. t Patients remaining last AVeek §8 Admitted since o 15 if 443: Cured and Relieved o 10 n Dead o 1â0 11 jl Uemaining 4 ,2 S I Physician for the ensuing AVeek Dr. Lucas. j| Surgeon, &c Mr. Armstrong. B | BliKCON MARKET Wheat 5s. 7d. barley 3s. 2d.; oat?| 2s. 4d. malt (>s. 8d., per imperial average; beef fid. mutton Gd.; veal ."id. lamb f)J,d. butter S jd. skiml cheese 4d., per popnd, 9 ANXIETY.âAnxiety usually produces a misanthropic sel- fishness, in which we wrap ourselves as in a mantle thus we become dark, gloomy, and repulsive, and the amiable self-respect that in our better days sustains and keeps us far nbove the reach of sordid thoughts and actions, becomes in .he darker hour of our destiny the source of heavy affliction aence result an unhealthy action of the Stomach, Liver, and jther A iscera, causing Indigestion and its well-known con- sequences. For the correction of these distressing complaints, b RAMI'TON s PILL or HEALTH affords a simple and effec- tive remedy. NATIVE ART.â Among the exhibitions at the Roya. Academy, a short time since, were two marble busts, by E. H. Baily, R.A., Bristol; one of the Kiallmark, which looks i likeness, for we arc not acquainted with the original; and lie other of Thnlberg, which ail hut breathes. The next in jrder of merit are Sir William Follett, by W. Behnes, and Lhe Earl of by H. AVeekes, 'both of which are. excellent likenesses, and beautifully finished. These are the only works in this department particularly deserving of lotice, for even the bust of the late Sir David'AVilkie, R.A., >y S. Joseph, affords but a very faint idea of that very cele- 'rated and deservedly favourite artist. Of portrait statues ilso, this exhibition is particularly scanty, for there are scarcely more than three which are "Ãescning of notice, 'ither for praise or blame. In the latter particular, His irace the late Duke of Sutherland," by J. Francis, stands â idieukmsly prominent. It is a downright caricature, and if lis present Grace is not utterly devoid of all filial affection, ie must feel his blood boil to see his father so scurvilly leated. The two deserving of unqualified praise are both igain by E. H. Bailey, who would appear to he a most elfiisli being, for he keeps all the best things to himself. l'hpre arc the late very reverend Dr. AVood, and the late ight Rev. Samuel Butler, D D., which certainly occupy the cry best situations in the room, but their intrinsic merits ully entitle them to that distinction, for the lawn sleeves, iven in the cast, appear almost transparent. CHRISTENING OF THE INFANT PRINCESS.âWe have to nnounce that this day Friday, is appointed for the christen- ng of the infant Princess. The baptismal ceremony is to be lerformed at the new Chapel Royal at Buckingham Palace lis Grace the Alchbishop of Canterbury will officiate at the eremony, assisted by the Bishop of London. The Earl of rersey, Master of the Horse; the Earl of Liverpool, the lord Steward, and the other leading officers of the Roval iousehold are commanded to be in attendance at 12 o'clock in that day. Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Gloucester to be one of the sponsors, but who the other sponsors are as not transpired. It has reached us through a medium on ihich even- reliance maybe placed, that the interesting event rill be conducted as privately as possible, consistent with he illustrious birth of the Royal infant. The Queen Dowager, heir Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Gloucester, Duke .nd Duchess of Cambridge, and Princess Augusta, Prince ieorge, and the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg Strelitz, and he principal ministers of State, are invited to the solemnity, rhe cards of command and invitation were issued from the ord Chamberlain's office on Saturday last. TIIE BRITISH HOLLANDS DISTILLERY COMPANY AND ASSOCIATION FOR TIIE PRODUCTION OF HOIE BRANDIES, LND ALL OTHER SriRiTrous LIQUORS.âIt is with us a fixed irinciple to give a decided preference to every article of home rrowth or manufacture, whenever we perceive any fair ap- â¢roximation in its quality to a similar production of foreign irigin. In the course of rather extensive wanderings over lie Continent of Europe, curiosity has led us to visit one or wo of the largest establishments in Holland, celebrated for listilling the finest description of the liquor so well-known o connoisseurs under the name of "Schiedam and it has, re now, been matter of surprise to us, that the Dutch should lave been so long allowed to remain in quiet possession of a 'monopoly" to which they can show no just title. Hollands," however pure and mellow, does not, in reality, we its excellence to a. foreign soil or climate. It is a corn- pirit, produced by a process just as easily followed in England as any where on the other side of the German )cean, and we are glad to find that our opinion on this sub- ect is proved correct by the British Hollands bistillery Com- pany, a sample of whose Schiedam we have tasted, and Ironounce it to be excellent.âFarmers' Journal, Monday, day 2yth. IMPORTANT TO LNENROLLED BENEFIT SOCIETIES.âAt Jary-la-boiine police-office, John Savage, landlord of the â lechanics' Institution Inn, Circus-street, New-road, ap- eared to answer a summons promoted by Messrs. James Iaiming and John Howes, jun., for retaining in his pos- ession a number of articles enumerated below, which they laimed as trustees of a friendly, society.âAir. Pelham, who ppeared as solicitor for the complainants, stated that the property consisted of four canopies and their coverings, three hrones (laughter), five pedestals, two mahogony desks and tands, seven wands, one box and regalia (a laugh), an ivory ind a silver hammer, five swords (loud laughter), two bal- otting boxes, a banner, and other things. It would occur it once to the magistrate that some friendly society had to lo with this. --Nlr. Rawlinson What, with swords! Thero s nothing very friendly about swords! (laughter.) -Nl r, Pelham: The complainants were trustees of the Royal Prince Albert Lodge of the Improved Order of Old Friends," vhich lodge once held its meetings at Air. Savr,ge\s house, mt had lately removed. The society was not enrolled, and he above-named articles, which had been in Mr. Savage's lossession for safe custody, were claimed upon his written Lcknowledgment, that lie was indebted to Messrs. Manning Illd Howes in the sum of £ 80 as a sort of penalty, in the went of his failing to deliver them up when legally de- nanded. âJohn Collett proved the hand-writing of the lefendant to the acknowledgment referred to by Mr. Pelham. -Thomas Higgins stated that he accompanied the com- ilainants when they required the defendant, to deliver up he property, and that he refused, alleging that his legal ad- isers had instructed him to do so and, as treasurer, he. hould continue to pay the sick, &c. The society and Mr, â Savage had fallen out, and the lodge was removed from his unise just before.âJohn Brindell, appraiser, of No. 21, _,arl..street A\ est, Edgware-road, said he had sc-an the pro- )ei ti. in question, and had valued it at E 12 4s. The de- endaut, in answer, said lie retained the articles by virtue of in authority signed by upwards of loo of the brothers of the odge, and which document he put in.âMr. Rawlinsou hought the question should be settled in a court of law. In its opinion, the Act of Parliament did not give him authority o pronounce a decision in a case so intricate. The Act lermitted a magistrate to order the restitution of property llegally detained and of a certain value, but here he thought he articles were detained with just cause. He should, herefore, dismiss the summons. The Great Western, from Liverpool, arrived at New York in tlio 12th ult., after a passage of twelve days and thirteen lours The rich legatee of Air. Arkwright is not Sir R. Wigram, jut his brother, A ice Chancellor Sir James AVigram.

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