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P E M B II O K E PEMBROKE PErry SESSIONS. COUNTY SPECIAL SKSSION8. [Town Hall, Friday, August 14th, before J. R. Bryant, Esquire] John Nichols, a tramping clock cleaner, was charged by William Williams, another clock maker and hawker, with hawking without a license, at the village of Anglej on the 13th inst. The complainant gave evidence in support of the charge, which was not clear enough to convict, and the prisoner was discharged with a caution to take out a license at once. [Town Hall, Saturday. August the 15th, before John Adams. N. A. Roch, H. Leach. Esqs, and the Rev 11. J H. Thomas.] Elizabeth Williams waS charged by Sidney Peter Gedffe, master of the Pembroke Workhouse, with deserting her illegitimate child, aged three months, at the union gate on the 10-h inst The defendant admitted the offence, and was com- mitted for three months hard labour. BOROUGH SESSIONS. lSamo day, before H. P. Jones, mayor, J. Adams, S W Hustler, D. A. Reid, Esq, Esqs, and the Rev ll. J H Thomas.] Pettr Owyther, Pembroke, butcher, was brought up under a warrant charged by John Williams, Inspector of Nuisances for Pembroke Ward, with assniiiin" the complainant in the execution of his duty as such Inspector on the 14th inst, near the slaughter hnn<e. The complainant gave evidence, which was very clear and was cross-examined by the defendant, but not touching the assault in any point. The Bench considered the charge had been fully proved, and committed defendant for six weeks to the House of Correction. [Magistrates' Clerk's Office, Monday, August 17th, be- fore J. B. Bryant, Esq.] Ellen Lewis was charged by Sidney P. Gedge, master of Pembroke Workhouse, with deserting her illegitimate child, 'aged about two years, by the Union gate, on the 7th instant. The offence was admitted, and defendant committed for one month with hard labour. [Same place and day, at two p.m., before S. W. Hustler' Esquire.] Benjamin Davies was brought up in custody, charged by Mr Charles Elsdon, or the Fancy Repository, with stealing one deerfoot mounted pipe qnd tobacco pouch, value 53, from the complainant's shop, his property. Sufficient evidence was taken for a remand, and toe case was therefore adjourned until the Petty Sessions on Saturday next, the 22nd instant.

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