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MONMOUTHSHIRE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS.

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MONMOUTHSHIRE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS. To the Editor of the Monmouthshire Merlin. SIR—In the case of William Hoskins, committed for trial at these sessions, on a charge of stealing cider, which was ani- madverted upon by a grand jury, in the proceedings of Wed- nesday, my name appears in the calendar as one of the com- mitting magistrates. You will much oblige me by contradicting this statement, which is an entire mistake, arising, perhaps, from my having joined another magistrate in admitting Hos- kins to bail. I had nothing whatever to do with bis com- mittal, which had already taken place when I first heard of the matter. I am, sir, Your obedient servant, WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS, JuxiOR. Llangibbv, near Usk, July 10, 1849.

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CHAPEL AND CHURCH.

LAW OF DEBTOR AND CREDITOR.

ABERGA VENNY-THE CHOLERA.

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