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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

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'W ■— MERTHYR. SMALL-POX.—This dreadful disease continues to spread rapidly. On Wednesday Miss Crookes died after three or four days' illness, of this disease A CRUEL HUSBAND.- At the Police Court on Wednes- day, Edward Ashton, of Nantywaun, was charged with assaulting; Janet his wife on the 12th inst. It appeared from the wife's evidence that their married life had been very uncomfortable, and for some time past she and her partner had resided with their respective mothers. Lat- terly the husband had done his utmost to induce Janet to return to her roof, but she was proof against all his allurements, and at last he resolved upon trying force. He entered unexpectedly into her mother's house, and finding her therf* nursing the child, struck them down to- gether.—His Worship sentenced the prisoner to 21 days' hard labour. DESERTING A CHILD —A young woman, named Davies. was brought up in custody charged with unlawfully neg, lecti'ng and deserting her child to the danger of its life- The evidence showed that the young woman had depo- sited the child on the doorstep of the house in which its alleged father lived. The young man upon whom the paternity was sought to be fixed, denied it altogether, bnt the child was taken in hand and cared for for a time by his relatives The Bench said the evidence did not fully bring the charge home to the prisoner, who would be dis- charged, but her conduct was severely censured.

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