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PEMBROKESHIRE. I Mr. Arthur Williams, a general shopkeeper in Narberth, pays for tobacco alone upwards of Z1600 a year. Haverfordwest May Fair was a good one. There was a brisk demand far fat cattle at high prices. LA U :-ICH. Last Thursday, a fine coppered brig named the Anne, 250 tons burthen. 12 years A 1, was launched from the building yard of Mr. Levi Havard, in Newport, to be commanded by Captain William Havard, late ot the schooner Hirtnony, intended for the Mediterranean ;and Baltic trades. ?M???T.-L?mon?;' bemg Whit.?onday.avery AOC7V £ K"T,âLast MonaC^r.gd0«« to the sea .4 ?ere. it being a holiday with them. ? B:JamlO Roach, the landlord of the Salutation Inn, at Cl J'  The shore, and" who taking the greatest interest in comfort of the numerous visitors in having boats toconve, them on excursions on the water in the bay during the day, happened, by going over the cliffs by which the house is bounded, to slip his looting and fa!!ing over a steep precipice, pitched upon bis head, by which he has received very considerable bruises and concussions, and baving lost a great uantity of blood, his life is not let considered out of danger. Henry Leach, Esq., who filled the office of Collector of the Customs at Milford, upwards ot 35 years, has retired ,the Cu'.to ins at on superannuation allowance, and has been succeded by George C. Hamilton, Esq., late Collector at Wexford. SUDDEN DetT[I. -An awful instance of the incer- tainty of life took place at Pembroke Dock, on Monday last; a young man, aged 21 years, while eating his dinner, was suddenly attacked, and on being laid on the bed never afterwards gave the least symptom of life. It appears the "party had long laboured under some disease or the heart: medical aid was instantly obtained but without the slightest benefit. INQUEST.âAn inquest was held at Pembroke Dock, on Sat .rday last, before J. J: Stokes Esq., one of the Coroners for that county, on the body of a lad named Howells, who was killed by a fall in the Dock Yard. The poor boy in walking across a plank fell into the hold of one of the ships building in that establishment, over which a roof is being constructedâ(a ship of 80 guns,)- and on being picked up was found to be quite dead. The jury returned a verdict of Accidental Death. NEWPORT.âThe Petty Sessions for the Hundred of Kemes, were held at the Castle Inn, Newport, on Friday, the 6th inst., before the Rev. John Pugh, Clerk, G. D. Griffiths, and J. W. J. James, Esqrs. The yearly accounts of the Overseer of the poor and of the Surveyors of Highways for the different parishes were examined and passed, the several constables for the Hundre d sworn in, and after a great deal of parish business was disposed of, several cases of assault were entered into and disposed of. among others was the following.âCatherine Richard, v. Mary James and others. It appeared the parties are from the parish of St. Dogmels, and that on the morning of the 25th of April, at a certain field, the eni-npl iiriant was assaulted by the defendant by striking her several times about her head, and different parts of her body, until she fainted, and was t iken up senseless. The assault having been admitted, the defendant was fined 40s., and 12s. 6d. costs, which were immediately paid. After which David Lewis, of the parish of Moelgrove, was brought forward, charged on the information of John Owen and two others, with having taken away a wheel- barrow from a field on Cwmglovne, the property of Owen Owen, Esq., on Friday night, the 29th of April last; which bad been traced from the field into Lewis's house, a distance of three miles, and there found secreted on a small loft in the house. Gu.'lty, and was admitted on bail to appear at the next Quarter Sessions, at Haver- fordwest, on the 28th June. The witnesses Lr the prosecution were also bound over to appear and prosecute. The Sessions were then adjourned.





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