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—. police ixto,u«k\ji:. H -+- NEWPORT TOWN HALL, MONDAY, KovF.Mrr.a 24TI A sensation was created in certain circles this morni^H in consequence of a charge against two persons named Ja<^H Lii ah run and M llham lvichards, avising out of the forcible l session and detention, on behalf of Messrs. Latch and Cop'^l a nialthouse alleged to be in the possession of Mr. T. Lei^H beer-agent. Mr. John Phillpottsvras the solicit or for Mr. the plaintiff; and Mr. Llewellin for the defendants. It appeared from amass of evidence, that Meyrick .101 was the late tenant of the premises in dispute; John Jones person in the employ of Messrs. Latch and Cope, being so l'ity ";r his due payment of the rent. The premises wen Mevriclt's possession for one year and twelve days, and it i during the twelve days of the second year's occupancy that wished to let them. For this purpose, he was, through security, John .I ones, arranging terms with Messrs. l .a^^H and ( ope, to whom he had sent the key, for the alleged p pose o! allowing them to see the maltli use, &c. Jones sta iat ^atch ami Cope refused to agree with him as to ni'l10;11 ,le ronu';ed for fixtures, and he consequently em who m.ent W' them, and let the premises to plaint session nf'rt" 'i,fl't!louse subsequently, found it in p^| cible idis ('n''ants* On this ground, the case of ivas mucl^r1/ a"i 'tainer was brought, forward. TIhh| which, the inao-i!^ <^h side; attbeclosi^B fendati'.s. dismissed the charge against the I leiii-y fllivicity, ilililtslllll to Mr. Coot,e. was charged w for a moi th. liiiii to pri: for a mOllh, perty of ILirathTNeUmT'' "n!a,1!y Staining the p the namesake of the vet*' a™ °'.<lorotl to <lel'vei' it up Patrick Healy q d vv' ™'adm,ral' and pay costs. mg Win. James CrosV' I'T charSed ",ith asfi;n H and costs ordered. 1 tlic case was dismiss TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY I lie attention of the court these days, in investigating b H rented by Mr. LlewHIi^' TV ('tB ants and Mr. Phillpotts defended. The Z*c Z' £ ■W -^t fH,| I 'vf",1" tIu', l)OSNess'on of a malthouseH 1 ° 1'; rVIS d;noa <■" tenant, ImtwliH ul r' n Y T coml,la,mants> tbe ground of pre-oc ■V"' evidence, wliien was exceedingly conflict. ■Z he1 7 'If "I'onUmpresuinptM that he v. as legally entitled to the possession of the premi^H had entered them with several workmen, and at tempted intimidate Mr. Oraham (who had taken possession (or complainants) l»y presenting an unloaded pistol at him. nieir ai,V violence having l><^| „ ,i I 'h • ,u "as based upon a question, not peily witlnn the jurisdiction of the Re.nch they thought IH would be better to send it to the sessions, at the same t ■disch uging three ol parties accused. Therequisitettt 1,11y r T.r"; 'ewis. the Cnurt was adjourned. e understand it is the intention of Mr. Phillpotts to mc^| by.1;' "'to a superior court, and send it for trial befH a,1'/C' ease, however decided by such high authorial \vill form a yeiy desaable guide for the local magistracj^B similar instances. 6 iy. THURSDAY. The and Thomas Hawkins. Esq. j Durbii" !r ter^C'r niUian- Dmhin5J/ 'in" W/ud, and at the A'r '.i F fellows ui the garb of sailors, were pla< ro-id <• 1 wged witli singing and begging in Commerc TIT' •"•ergeant. Unstable gave evidence agaiust them; "'tll vcs' fn'1men- told them vessels w^H thev°i il,an',R' *1 tliat if they were found begging aga^H they wonWbe punished.-Discharged. ■appe'ar'anee ° c'u,rSe^ assaulting David Davis. Ann Williams Avar, charged with assaulting Charlotte Jon Hie case was dismissed. Ivhvard Poor was charged with brutally ill using his wife, r ',as bound over to keep the peace towards her for I we mouths, himself in C'-O., and two others in £10. each. Jicliael Poor and Patrick Daly were charged villi assault o'm Fnrr.—Poor was discharged, and Daly ordered to p;i\ sum of 2s. 6d. and costs

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