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MAGISTRATES' OFFICE, HIGH-STREET, NF.WrOllT. SATURDAY. [Before the Rev. T. Pope and T. Prothero, Esq.] Ann Hedney Iras charged with stealing eleven cabbages,the propetty of John Evans, Bassalleg.—She pleaded guilty, and was ordered to pay Is. damage, 5s. penalty, and 9s. Cd. costs, or be imprisoned at Usk twenty one days. William Lewis and John Evans were charged with assaulting William Waters, of Nash, cn the 22nd of April.—From the evidence given, it ap peared that on the day in question, defendants went to cast a reen for Mr. Morgan, but on coming to the work, they found it was being done Waters, of Nash, en the 22nd of April.—From the evidence given, it ap peared that on the day in question, defendants went to cast a reen for Mr. Morgan, but on coming to the work, they found it was being done by complainant, who is the son of a person appointed under the Court of Sewers, to get the reens cast, if not done by the tenant by the first of April. The reen in question was being cast under that regulation. The defendants, not liking to lose their work, quarreled with Waters, and hence the charge. The men denied the charge, and conflicting evidence was given.— Mr. Pope said Morgan had no right to give the work to any one after the first of April.—Mr. Prothero suggested the impropriety of Waters's father giving his own son the work to do, after Morgan said he had engaged men to do it.—Mr. Pope told defendants they had no right to take the law into theii own hands, and were not justified in the con- duct they had been guilty of.—Fined 5s and lis. costs, each, or four- teen days' imprisonment. James Morgan, of the Durham Cow beerhouse, Christchurch, was charged with selling beer during divine service,on the Flowering Sunday morning. Mr. Owen appeared for defendant. The case had been twice remanded, for the production of a witness named Wm. Horner, who now proved that after flowering two graves at Christchurch, with some friends, they went into the Durham Cow, and had refreshment during divine service.—Much additional evidence was given in support of the case and after a strong appeal to the Bench by Air. Owen, defendant was convicted in the penally of 20s., and 23s. costs. Mr. W. Graham, surveyor of highways tor the parish ofChristchurch, presented his accounts, and the matter was adjourned.

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