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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A RHYL…

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SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A RHYL YOUNG MAN. On Wednesday, before S. Perks, Esq., and W. Wynne, Esq., Edward Parry, White Lion Hotel, Rhyl, was brought up under the Criminal Laws Amendment Act in respect of Catherine Maud Rayner, the daughter of Amos Rayner, of the Swan Inn, and who only attained her fourteenth birthday on the 16th of December last. -Mr. Watkin Wynn Parry appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Edward Roberts for the defence.âThis was the first case under the new act heard at Rhyl, and that, coupled with the repeatability of prisoner's connections, at- tracted considerable interest.âThe evidence for the prosecution, which is totally uipfit for publication, was of a very conflicting nature. -For the defence a n Jea of not guilty was entered, an the charge nompletely denied.- Piisouer was committed for tiial in the next lizzises. Bail was accepted, pris- oner himself at £ 20, and two sureties in ZCIO each. 0 A correppondent writes: -At the last magis trates'

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