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-<> BRYN MAWR. PETTY SESSIONS. — WEDNESDAY. [Present G. P. CEVAN, JOHN JAYNE, and LAUXCELOT POWELL, Esqts.] FIGHTING AT BEAUFORT.—Morgan James, haulier, and Wiiiiam Jarrett, collier, appeared to a summons for fighting, and otherwise creating a disturb inee in the street at Beaufort, on the evening of the 29th of Novem- ber last. P.O. Parrett proved the case. j arrett, bjuiil in the sum of ten pounds to keep the peace for six months, and to pay 10s. 9d. costs and James, to find one surety, and himself in ten pounds, and to pay 16s. 61. costs. AFriLivriox.—AN ADJOURNED CASE.—John Astbery, a dealer in earthenware, of Abergavenny, was charged by Elizabeth Thomas, single woman, of Llanelly, with being the faiher of her illegitimate child. Air. Cox Davies for the complainant, and Mr. Owen for defendant. The case was dismissed, Mr. O '-en applied for costs, which the magistrates agreed to ahow. Evan Griffiths Vv'illiams, gas proprietor, Brynma.vr, was charged by the Local Board ot lIe,Jth with cutting the street, for the purpose of laying gas pipes, without the consent of the committee, lie (Mr. William-) con- tended that he had a right to do se" as he paid £ 6 a year to His Grace the Duke of Beaufort for being allowed to cut the road. The Bench considered that tho Board oVer ruled that right, and fined defcndt n*. one pound, and £ 1 18s. 6d. costs. Notice of appeal was put in, to be tuken to the quarter sessions at Brecon. Henry Brvan w, summoned for assaulting Thomas Jenkins at Brynmawr. Settled on payment of expenses. Abr.tham Jenkins and John Jerkins, of Bukestown were sutiim >ncd by Mary Griffiths of the same pi ce, for n assi.ult. Settled on paying costs. BEATING A WIFE AT BEAUFORT. — William Lott, for- merly of the 11r"0 and Jockey, B-aufort Tump, was br ught up in custody, charged with kicking and other- wise iil-lreating his wife, Mary Lott. The wife proved her ease, and other witnesses described her danger bv living with hint. The defence was, that whilst defend- ant weot to work the \vom..n went to the Wain and got drunk on being a:ked how long they had been married the nnswer was, last August, and they appeared very desirous of sr uarating. Defendant was ordered to pay a fine of 13., uuu 9;. GJ. costs, or 11 days' imprisonment.

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