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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

TENBY.

ST. MARY'S CHAPEL.

PEMBROKE.

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PEMBROKE. PEMBROKE PETTV SESSIONS. SATURDAY, [Before William Trewent (mayor), Rev John Phelps, Vt D. Reid, and Messrs W. Hulm, JL. Mathias, and ft. A' Roch.] Colour-Sergeant Charles Winter, 9ih regiment, end# the direction of Colonel I. Moore, commandant of garrison at Pater, charged John Roberts (a decrepit" looking, elderly man, well known at Pater, w.'lcre hegfl" his living principally by begging,) with being i.'i sion of regimental necessaries, viz, two pairc ot' h°0I belonging to Privates Ash ton, 37th regiment, Cochran, 47th regiment, behaving bought those boots from the men just prior to their leaving the garrison with a draft of other soldiers for India, about a fortnight ago. Sergeant Winter deposed that, from information he bad received, he went on Sunday evening, in company with P.O. Thomas, to Mrs BeedV house, Market-street, Pater, where the defendant lodged, and found the boots (pro- ? duced, and identified by tho regimental numbers thereon) 1 in defendant s room. There were also in the room sevefa' other pairs of military boots, and military clothing. reply to the Bench, the defendant said he was not awart that the boots were beyond the date allowed by soldierS to sell their old hoots. Sergeant Winter said that Co'' Moore did not wish to press the charge, as in future thlJ defendant would bo prohibited from going into the cafP' The value of the boots as they then were was about Ordered to pay treble the value of the goode, 24s, fine4 403, and costs 6s: total, £ :j 19s; or seven days' labour. Committed. [Before Mr L. Mathias, Rev John Phelps, and Mr N. A' Roch] Joseph Bayley, a wretched-looking fellow, was chared with vagrancy, at Carew, on the 24th inst, and was coØl" mitted for seven days. I Charles Matthews, who pretended to be deaf, «1'9 charged with a like offence at Carew, on the 25th inet* lie was discharged on promis-ing to leave the town.

PEMBEOKE-DOCK. !

MILFORD.

NARBERTH.

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