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CHEPSTOW. PETTY SESSIONS, before the Rev. R. WILLIAMS, and Captain SAVERY. RIOTOUSNBss.-Charles Jones (laborer, Chapel Hill), Edward Reece (laborer, of Penterry), Henry Martin (laborer, of Newchurch East), and John Bevan (laborer, of Newchurch East), were separately charged by P-C- Griffiths with being drunk and riotous, in a public thoroughfare in St. Arvans, on the 1st of September inst, Jones and Reece were fined 5s., with 6s.6d. costs Martin 5s., and lls.3d. costs; and a distress warrant was issued against Bevan, on account of his failing to pay his fine and costs. POACHING.—George Stephens (laborer, of Newchurob East) was charged by John James, Itton, with unlawfully using two wires and a gin, for the purpose of taking game. Fined dSl, with 16s. costs. WILFUL DAMA.GE.-Eiiza Jones (wife of Thomas Joaetb laborer, Shirenewton) was charged by Wm. Powell, farmer, Shirenewton, with breaking a part of a fence, the damage done being of the amount of Is. Fined Is., injury Is., and costs 13s.6d. RAILWAY OFFENCE.—Luke Adams (farmer, Redwick) was charged by George Fraser, inspector of the Great Western Railway Police, with travelling in a carriage of the Great Western Railway Company, without having paid his fare, with intent to avoid the payment thereof, on the 27th of August, 1863. Adjourned to October 1st, 1863. Defendant said he could bring witnesses to prove that he had paid his fare, but had forgotten to take up his ticket at Portskewett. Printed and Published by the Proprietor, WILLIAM HEME* CT.AKK, at his Offices, Bridge Street, Usk. in the County Of Monmouth, September 19, 18G3,-SECOND ECIUOK,