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BEFORE MR. WILSON. Thomas Ifoi-risoiz, age(I 12, labOLtrer, charged with steal- ing j £ !2 08. 7d., a pair of stockings, and a silver guard chain, of the property of James Whitburn, of Swansea, seaman. V erdict-^6"«;7/ Sentence-Two months' imprison- ment with hard labour. Jitlm Guard, charged with stealing ninety pounds. SentenceâSix iiiotltlis' imprisoiiiiicnt with hard labour. Jane Lee, aged 11), singlewoman, was found Guilty of steaHng eight sovereigns, and a five pound note, and a purse, the property of William Davies, of Lantwit-vardre. Sentcnce-l wdve months' imprisonment with hard labour. Benjamin Williaim, aged 19, miner, was found Guilty of' having maliciously and feloniously stabbed, cut, and wounded William Jones, of Merthyr Tydvil. SentenceâSix months' imprisonment with hard labour AMVV Darief, aged Hi, slater, was found CiiUh/ of steal- ing I21bs. of lead, of the property of Mr. Thomas Win- wood, of Neath. SentenceâThree months' imprisonment with hard labour. Leit-is Yhoma.t, aged 10, baker, was Acquitted of the .charge of stealing one pair of woollen stockings, of the property of Thomas Jones, of Llansamlet. Mary Mansfield, aged 27,singlewoman, was charged with stealing 1 is., and other articles, the property of Henry Jones, ot Bettws. erdiet Guilty. Sei-i teiiee-T wel ve months' imprison ment with hard labour. .Ioliii Y'itc)jti(es, aged 39, sawyer, and Da rid Lloi/d, mason, charged with stealing timber, of the property of Messrs. Grainger and Evans. John Thomas was found Guilti/, and sentenced to seven years' transportation David LlQyd was Acquitted. David Lloyd was also charged with receiving the said timber, well knowing it to have been stolen. VerdictâNot Guilty. Levi Danes, aged 23, collier, was found alliltll of having stolen 16 sovereigns, the property of David Jones, of Dowlais. SentenceâSix calendar months' imprisonment with hard labour. Richard Duvt/is, Anthony Thomas, ritomas Williams, and Moryan Leys/ion, were each found Guilty of assaulting the police at Merthyr, while c in the execution of their duty, and severally sentenced to three months' imprisonment with hard labour. The trial of prisoners terminated on Wednesday. I CIVIL CASES. Moryan v. Eardley.âThis was an undefended action, brought by William Henry Morgan, shopkeeper, of Mer- thyr Tydvil, against Henry Eardley, for making an illegal distraint upon the property of the plaintiff. Verdict for the plafntilf--£lbO damages. The next was a Special J lIry case, which occupied the Court a full day. It terminated on Thursday at 3 o'clock. It was brought by Calvert Richard Jones, Esq., against Charles Henry Smith and Iltid Thomas, Esqrs., to re- cover damages for the destruction of the Cwmbwrla or Gorse Colliery. The damages were laid at three thousand pounds. There were sixteen pleas, the greater number of which were determined in favour of the defendants. Brown v. Cleaves. This was action of ejectment, brought by the plaintiff", Sarah Brown, a widow, to recover certain premises, consisting of the Plume and Feathers public- house, Wind-street, and several cottages. The plaintiff sought to recover them as being heir at law to her F),other, the defendant's (Mrs. Clears) late husband. The case, however, broke down," and a verdict was returned for the defendant. Jenkins v. Williams. This was an action for debt. Ver- dict for the plaintiff' was taken by consent, subject to an arbitration. The next case was an action brought by Messrs. Stan- combe, Buckland, and Rusher, brewers, against Mr. Mansfield, of Llanelly, to recover the sum ofE-21 us. (id., due for goods, soldaud delivered. The defendant pleaded a set off for the use of his premises, by the plaintiffs. Verdict for the I)Iaintiffs-Daniages, £21 6s. 6d. The Court rose Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.

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