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PEMBROKE. PEMBROKE PE rTY SESSIONS. BOROUGH SPECIAL SESSIONS. [Monday, Aug 3, 1868, before H. P. Jones, Esq, mavor, W. Hulm. E q., and the Rev R. J. H. Thomas ] Francis Stephens, Pennar, Pembroke Dock, and Ihomas Basher, of High Street, Pembroke Dock, were charged by Supt Evans with being drunk and riotous in Com- mercial Row, Pembroke Duck, on the night of the 1st instant. Robert Irving deposed: I am police sergeant of the oounty, acting in the borough. About half part twelve on Saturday night last a soldier called my attention to a ntate of his being knocked about by civilians at the Mil- ford Arms. I went and found a soldier bleeding. The prisoner Bosher then took out money, and Stephens; both wanted to fight the soldiers. I stood between them In the street. They used violent threats and bad lan- guage. They were both dtunk, and caused a crowd of Upwards of forty people to assemble. I got hold of one in each hand, and said if they would not go away I would lock them up. They refused. I was afraid of another row with them and the soldiers, and I locked them up. Fined 10s each, and 7s 6d each costs, committed in default for seven days. Francis Stephens was charged by the same with as- saulting P.S. 17 on the same night, in the due execution t of duty. Fined £ 1 and 6s 6d, committed in default for one toonth, to commence at the expiration of the first.

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