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PEMBROKE-D-OCK.

N ARBERTH.

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N ARBERTH. PETTY SESSIONS.—These sessions were held on Thurs- day, at the Town Hall, Narberth, before J. M. Sutton Esq., and Rev. R. Buokby,-P, .S. Irving v. David Davtes, a dealer in Mountain Ponies, for indecently assaulting: Mary Ann Phillips, on the road from Narberth to Haverfordwest on Narberth fair morning. The case having been fully proved, the defendant was oQmmitted for 14 days to the house of correction, and or- dered to pay 9s 6d costs. Narberth Fair was held on the 12th inst. The supply Of cattle was nearly on an average with former fairs. The demand was brisk with slight advance on. Haver- fordwest fair. The sheep fair was the largest that has been held for some time past. Good fat A ethers 7d per jb., ewes ditto 6|d per lb., lambs 7d. Store sheep also iiiet with a brisk sale. The horses and colts were Numerous, but the prices were far below the cost of rearing, consequently little business w.as done. The pig fairs was held on the following day with large supply. Prizes were considerably d,)wn, with little demand.

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