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b4r) I o'nu?ll*le..PVeninK of the 93rd of February, stolen ^ischaVj' Ter (ttoa"y) from ,lie t'll in the bar. 'onvki lllere not being sufficient evidence to ^ttDAY.—Before Dr H. P. Jones, Dr Mansel, and Tbm tt Hulna.] JearF^^m' aSe<i years, and James Davies, aged "oleti a'' • ^roiil ^ater> were charged with having chiQf P*1? °f boots, spectacles, and a pocket handker- 11 inst. The articles were stolen from a ^ia„ George Thomas, who was dressing stone at he left 0Jjr quarry, and had put the articles aside until &Utj0n°? Work' when he missed them, and gave infor- ^enH uhe P°^ce- The prisoner Davies, who was the y the scapegoat, sold the boots to Thomas Upton, ''ty res u °v ^*ne Priaoner Upton, for 6 J, who the same '°*3s6d t1 t0 a shiPw"8ht' named Thomas Hill, Be t case was conc'u9ive against Davies., who w ence^ to fourteen days' hard labour, and to be iv&tely whipped. Upton was discharged. Th PEMBROKE STEEPLECHASES. are tbe entries for the Hunters' Stakes, I 8ge c a3e °f 4 sovs each, with £ 40 added; weight; Lewis's Spaniel, 5 yrs. -'<■ fir M. Owen's Pope, aged. Mr Russell's Whip, aged. Mr Powell's Bounceaway, aged. "L" Thomas's Fidget, 5 yrs. Hitchings'a Tregantle, 4 yrs. -t r "I