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Friday, July 13, 1877.

HIGHER EDUCATION IN WALES.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NOTES.

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IMONTGOMERYSHIRE ASSIZES.

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MONTGOMERYSHIRE ASSIZES. The following sentences were passed at these assizes, at Newtown, on Wednesday, July 4, by Lord Chief Baron Kelly. PLEADED GUILTY. William Jones (33), letter carrier, to having, at Berriew, on the 4th February, 1876, uttered a forged acquittance and receipt for 4s. Id., with intent thereby to defraud one Mary Morgan. Also at Bettws, on the 31st March, 1876, to uttering, well knowing the same to be forged, an ac- quittance or receipt for 6s., with intent to defraud one Clementina Hamer. Also to having, at Newtown, on the 20th February, 1877, stolen 16s. 2d. out of a letter, the property of the Postmaster-General.—Sentenced to five years' penal servitude. James H. Wilson (43), watchmaker, to having, at Llanidloes, on the 30th April, stolen a silver watch, a pair of spectacles, and watchmaker's eyeglass, the property of William Williams. Eighteen months' imprisonment, with hard labour, and five years' police surveillance. John Davies, to having, at Montgomery, on 4th May, stolen ten hair combs, five blacklead brushes, one pair of scales, three boxes of matches, one packet of blacking, six packets of pins, and five dozen boot laces, the property of William Jones.—Six months' hard labour. David Howell (57), labourer, to having, at Newtown, on the 5th June, stolen one brass candlestick, the property of Alfred Powell.-There was a previous conviction for felony.—Seven years' penal servitude. Thomas Williams (21), labourer, to having, at Welsh- pool, on the 9th June, stolen from the person of David Edwards, one watch and chain and one knife.—Twelve months' imprisonment, with hard labour. Ellen Hughes (65), hawker, to having, at Llanidloes, on the 31st March, 1874, stolen one shirt, the property of Edward Williams.—Six months' imprisonment, with hard labour.

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