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FATAL COLLISION OFF HOLYHEAD.

. FLINTSHIRE ASSIZES.

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FLINTSHIRE ASSIZES. This assize was commenced at Mold on Thursday, Jan. 30, before Mr. Justice Manisty. The grand jury made a presentment that two assizes for each county and one composite assize in the year were sufficient for the require- ments of justice. George Blythin. lamplighter, Flint, pleaded guilty to breaking into the Ship Inn, Flint, on Tuesday, Jan. 28, and stealing over S3 and some rum, and was sentenced to twelve months' hard labour. William Roberts Hooson, aged 19, farmer, charged with the manslaughter of Edward Roberts, farmer, Tryddyn, in a fight on Christmas Eve, was acquitted, and the bill against William Hooson, his father, for the same offence, was thrown out. There was one civil cause, the Mold Local Board v. Wheldon, which was an action for possession of a piece of ground on the Bailey Hill. Messrs. Marshall and Hig- gins, instructed by Mr. Roper, appeared for the plaintiffs, and Messrs. Swetenham and Coxon for the defendant. The case lasted until Friday afternoon, the real gist of it being whether a certain fencs had been in its present position since 1854. The jury found for the defendant. The Judge said he was sorry he could not order a fee for the j urymen.

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