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ABERYSTWITH HUNT WEEK.

LAMPETER.

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LAMPETER. On the 9th instant, before the Very Rev. Dr. Lewellin and W. Jones, Esq Glandenys. ASSAULT.—Elizabeth Jones, Brynymaen, Cellan, charged Jenkin Jones, Lluestybwcci, with having assaulted her on the 25th ultimo. Fined £ 2 and costs, or in default to be committed to Cardigan gaol for six weeks. On the 16th instant, before W. Jones, Esq., Llwyn- ygroes, and T. J. Hughes, Esq., Castelldu. STEALING A HAT.-Edward Bridle was brought up, in custody of P. C. Owens, charged with having stolen a hat, the property of Lewis Davies, Derry Lodge. For the defence it was urged that the hat was taken from the garden, under the impression that it belonged to a chum of the prisoner. Case dismissed, with a severe reprimand. INQUESTS.—On the 16th instant an inquest was held at thlt White Hart Inn, Lampeter, before T. J. Hughes, Esq., coroner, on view of the body of one David James, aged 84, formerly of the Royal Artil- lery. It appeared that the deceased went to bed on the night of the 14th in the enjoyment of his usual health, and as cheerful as ever. Next morning he was found dead. Verdict—"Died by the visitation of God."—On the same day, an inquest was also held at Rallt, Llanfair Clydogau, before A. Evans, Esq., deputy coroner, on view of the body of an infant male child, son of David Thomas, 'Rallt, who died in his mother's arms during the night of the 14th with- out being seen. Verdict—"Died by the visitation of God." J

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