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MONMOUTH. I COUNTY COURT, TUESDAY. I Before His Honour JUDGB OWBN. I THE LBTTING OF A FABJC. t William Williams, The Bowers Farm, Gros- mont, claimed EG 5 from his sifter, E iith Margaret James and Thomas James, of the Elms Farm, Penrhos, near Raglan, for breach of contract which prevented the plaintiff taking possession of the Lower House Farm, Tregare, in February last. Mr J. Corner appeared for plaintiff and Mr S. R. O. B >6anquet for defendant. The defence was there was a subsequent agree- ment. Evidence showed that in October laqt the plaintiff agreed to become tenant of the farm from February 2nd The defendants had, however, failed, to give up possession but offered him two fields and a cottage free of charge unlit Christmas next, when he could have possession. The cottage, plaintiff alleged, was broken down aud the two fields were woody and no good. His Honour held that as there was no subse- quent agreement in writing it was not binding, and he awarded plaintiff £ 21 damages.

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