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RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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BRUTAL OUTRAGE IN CHESTER.…

FIRE AT A UNITARIAN CHAPEL.I

PLOUGH MONDAY IN LONDON.

MILITARY DIVORCE SUIT.

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MILITARY DIVORCE SUIT. In the Probate and Divorce Division of the High Court of Justice on Monday, the case of Penn v. Penn and Maude came before Sir James Hannen. It was a petition presented by the husband praying for the dissolution of his marriage with the respondent on the ground of her mis- conduct with Major Aubrey Morris Maude. Mr. John Penn said in 1883 he had had to remonstrate with the respondent, to whom he had been married in 1876, as to her conduct with Major Maude. Mrs. Penn repudiated the charges that had been made against her, and said there was no foundation for them. During the greater part of the year 1883, the respondent resided at her father's house, in consequence of her suffering from hysteria. In April, 1884, he received certain infor- mation which led him to institute inquiry as to what had become of his wife. He discovered she had been to York, and that she was then at Newcastle. A few days after he received a letter from her inform- ing him of her intimacy with Major Maude, asking him to forgive her and not to punish the children for her misconduct. He then instituted the present suit. âOther evidence having been given, Sir James Han- nen pronounced a decree nisi with costs.

RIGHTS OF A FOREIGN FLAG.

A HIGHLAND LAIRD AND HIS FACTOR.

SEWAGE POLLUTION.

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ALLEGED PERJURY BY A POLICE…

SAVAGE ASSAULT AT ST. ASAPH.I

ST AASPH COUNTY COURT.I

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IBITS FROM BOOKS.

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FLINT, DENBIGH, AND MERIONETH…

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