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GRATIFYING PRESENTATION TO…

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MONMOUTH.

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MONMOUTH. CHHisTMAS MARKET. — Our great Christmas market was lie,] on Friday last, and was numerously attended. The quantity of poultry exhibited for sale was very con- siderable, and all the butchers' stalls contained an abun- dance of very prime meat, set out with much decorative taste. Both buyers and sellers, now that we have a r.iil- way, find an advantage in attending this market. DIVISION\h PLIT i Y SESSIONS.—FRIDAY. T [Before^GEO. CAVE and G. G. TYLELI, Esqrs.J "W iliiam Young and William Smith, bofiotMou- mouth, were charged v.ith having cut and carried away from a withy plantation, occupied by Mr. Thom-is Wi!lings, of Kern Bridge, eight bundles of withy twigs, whieh were traced by P.S. Harris, of the borough con- stabulary, and P.C. Perkins, of the county police and found to have been sold to Mr. Kuowles, basket maker Monmouth, for Ss. When the case came on for heariog, the prosecutor asked permission to withdraw the infor- mation, which the Bench allowed him to do, on condi- tion that the accused pay the damage and costs, in a!l I IS. G^ o, Jones, a labourer, was brought up by Superinten- dent Wheeldon, charged with stealing a quart of cider, the property of Mr. Henry Pride, the Cwrn, Llan- rothe', Herefordshire. Admitted to bail till the next Saturday. ———— BOROUGH PETTY SESSION.—TUESDAY. [Before T. PROSSER (Mayor) and T. WATKIXS, Esqrs.] Henry Morris, of Hereford, was charged by Mr. John Day, Black Moor, with having assaulted him, on the 22nd of November last, at Monmouth f-.ir. Mr. George a; pcircd to conduct the case for the prosecutor. Defen- dant was fined X-2 for the assault, and ord,rerl to pay ex- peuses, XI 2". 6-1.—He was next charged by Superin- tendent W he id don wrh having cruel/y beaten a bullock at the same fair, and a ted 5s. and c s'.s, 8s. Gd. Francis Addis, of Penailt, was charged by Win. D mce, of St. Woollaston farm, with having assaulted him on the 13th December. The case was compromised by the defendant paying the costs, 5s. Wiiiarn Watkins, who had been in prison eleven months for housebreaking, was, on his release from gaol, apprehended by Superintendent Wheeldon as a deserter from her Majesty's 47th regiment of foot. He WJCS committed to Monmouth G 10I, to await orders from the War Office. ————

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