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RAGLAN. CROSS BUCHAN PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAT, OCT. 31, before S. R. BOSANQUET, Esq. ASSAULT.—Isaac James, miller, Raglan, was charged at the instance of William Hewlett, laborer, Llangoven, for an offence of this kind. Ordered to pay 13s, 6d. including costs, or 14 days hard labor. CHARGE OF ENCROACHING ON THE HIGHWAY.— Wm. Davies, carpenter, Monmouth, appeared to answer an information and complaint laid against him by William Harris, surveyor of the Chepstow district of turnpike roads, for having erected a certain fence encroaching on the said turnpike road, at Raglan. Mr. Evans, of Chep- stow, appeared 011 behalf of the turnpike trust, and Mr. W. C. A.Williams, of Monmouth, for the defendant. The particulars of this case appeared in our columns some time since, in a report of a former hearing. It appears the fence was put up by defendant, under the instructions of the Duke of Beaufort's agent, to enclose a piece of ground on the roadside, for the purpose of attaching it to the gar- den belonging to the National Schools, at Raglan. After a lengthened investigation, the summons was dismissed with costs. On the decision being announced, it was in. timated on behalf of complainant that further proceedings would be taken in the matter.

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