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NEWPORT DISPENSARY.

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TIA Nn OF THE 48TH REGTMENT.

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THE BAND OF THE 48Tii REGIMENT.

0. TOWN HALL, NEWPORT.—MONDAT.

THE BUDGET.

THE MILITIA BILL.

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NEWPORT CATTLE MARKET, WEDNESDAY.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

MAGISTRATES'OFFICE HIGH STREEr,…

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MAGISTRATES'OFFICE HIGH STREEr, NEWPORT. SATUKDAY. Present-Rev, Thomas Pope, K w Chancellor \Villiams, and John Unssell, Esq. COMPI-NSA1 ION F-ltl DAMIOTS. Orders were made for compensation ior damage occasioned to houses in Newport, dining the recent elec-ion as under. Mr.' Lansdon, architect, proved the claims. Mr. Birch wan solicitor in the matter. George Batsjn, Cherry Tree beerhouse, Commerciaf-street— 15s. William Jones, King's Arms Trln. Pi'l^vici lly— £ 21 Jamts Westall, Crown lun, Hieh siie-t— £ 1 8s. 7d. — Mr. \Ve,tall: I also make a claim for £12. for damages done to tur- ni'ure.— Mr. Da is, mal\istra'es' clerk: The Hundt. d is not liable for iiiat amuunr, as you did not make the claim al ille I ro- per time.— Mr. Westall: This comes of electioneering. (Lau$h\t-r.)—Mr. Davis Go to Mr. Baiky, and ask him to pay it for you. (A iaunh.) Jamei Venn, piivaie house, Piilgwenlly— £ 9 3s. I Iti.-A p- plicant 1 live in O.sile-sireet, and keep a prua e house The rr,obsmashed my windows, and beat in my window sit utters-- Lil r. Pope: Howcune your liotl,e to be attacked 1—Applicant: I can't tell, sir.—Mr. Popf What party did yOIl belong to 1- Applicant: Blue, sir.—Mi. I'opj Had you a <y n.)t;s or cdnura flying! — At" '«■!•: No. sir; none at all.—Mr. Pope I hen I itimk it strange that a private house sliould be at- tacked, •• ithnir tny provocation at all. David .) 1' Oiange Tree beerhouse, adjoining the last. £ 0 15s. iji. Frcdet CK Cisike, Cioss Keys Inn, Maiket-street— £ 2 8i. 9d. Edmund Jomis, Panov Inn, Commercial-slit et— £ 26 15s. 2d. —'fins house suffered most.— Mr. Langdoll said he had surveyed ihedima^e, wth Mr. Mortis and 1\1 r. Campbell. —VIr. Pope: !s Mr. llail'-y going to pay this amount? — Applicant: Nil, sir. Mr. Pope th"ut;ht the hon. member was to do so, Mr. Camp- bell having taken pait in !lie survey.— Mr. Langdon said that the damage done to the Parrot, consisted of ihe sriKismii); of 2!3 squ>ues of glass, three paws of sashes and a single sash, several shutte's ,.nd doors, and glasses and furniture, John Lloyd. King's lIead Hotel High Mtett j.3 10s. Moses Scaid. Angel beerhouse. Commercial-load £ 4 7a. 7d. Isaac Kees—tOs. 6d., ior 21 squ ires ol glass. John Pritcliaid, l'iougip luo, Commrreial-strcet £ 7 15s. 6d. Wm. Lewis, Wiltshire beerhouse— £ 2 2s. 4<1. Abraham Wilbraham, Steam Packet 100-£2 10;. (MIA net. OF FIGHTING. Chailes Morgan, Edward Fan. Thomllf Hawks, and Charles James were charged with having committed a breach of the peace at St Julian's Inn, Caerleou-road, by Ruhttag on the highway and in the house.—Only two of the defendants ap- peared. The)' had retained Mr. Owen for the defence.—The charge was not sustained, und the case was dismissed.

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