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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

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LLANDAFF. The weekly petty sessions were held on Monday, Messrs. G. C. Williams and E. W. David on the Bench. HIGHWAY OFFENCE —Thomas Rees, Peterstone, was summoned for riding upon his. cart without reins. The offence, which was committed on the 19tli ult., was ad- mitted, and the Bench fined Rees 2s. 6d. and costs. DRtjNK AND RIOTOUS.—A married woman, named Louisa Brown was summoned for being drunk and riotous at Cottage-street, RQath, and upon admitting the offence, was fined 5s. including costs.—George Jackson, for a similar ofience committed at Henry-street, on the 23rd of June, was also fined 5s. including costs. N o x M A IN TEN A NC u.—Heilry Collins, lormerly a school- master of the British School, Neath, was summoned at the instance of the Cardiff Board of Guardians for the non-maintenance of his four children, who were in the Union. The case was adiourned for a month. A VIOLENT IRISHMAN.—Patrick Duggn.11 was charged with wounding Josiah Legg and George Elliot. Both per- sons, judging from the bandages on their heads, had apparently received severe injuries The evidence given showed that OIl Sunday last the parties were in the Penarth Dock Hotel, and whilst there were assaulted by prisoner. Dr. Grainger proved attending Legg on Sunday, and found him bleeding profusely from two wounds, which appeared to have been caused by two separate blows. A witness for the defence was called, but his testimony went to establish the charge. The Bench stated the assault was a most brutal one, and the prisoner would be sen- tenced to fourteen days' imprisonment' with hard labour. KEEPING HOUSES OF ILL-FAME.—A11 old woman, between 70 and 80 years of age, named Catherine Sullivan, residing at 7, Mary Ann-street, Canton, was- summoned for keeping a house of ill-fame and harbouring reputed thieves. Fined C6, or three months' imprison- ment.—Bridget Collins, for a similiar offence, was fined 50s. and costs. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A PUBLICAN.-Afr. James Thomas, landlord of the Masons' Arms, Whitchurch, was summoned for knowingly permitting gambling in his house on the loth inst. The summons was issued at the instance of the police, although the principal witness was a man named Edward Lewis, who stated that he was a iioibe-aeaier, and resided at Bute-terrace, Cardiff. On j.001 u 1f1<;ntl0ui:d, whilst in defendant's house, he lost by betting with persons who were playing skittles, He stated that the landlord was cognisant of the betting, and made other charges, which, from the evidence ten- dered, was not substantiated. Mr. Belloch appeared for the defendant, and eventually the summons was dismissed.

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MOXMOUTHSHIEE QUARTER SESSIONS.

SECOND COURT.—TUESDAY.

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