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HOUSE OF LORDS.—TUESDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.—TUESDAY.

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NEWPORT. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—At the borough police couit on Monday, before Mr. D.|Harrhy, (mayor) and Dr. Morgan, Ellen Cohen was charged with being drunk and breaking a window belonging to Charles Pierce, landlord of the Tradesmen's Arms. Defendant had come into the Tradesmen's Arms in a state of intoxication and was turned out. When outside, she took off her boot and threw it through a large window, doing damage to the amount of 22 18s. Sent to Usk for one month with hardlabour. EMBEZZLEMENT.—John Dixon was charged on remand, with unlawfully appropriating and misapplying 964 odd, money of the Rock of Hope Lodge of Oddfellows, of which he was late secretary.—Mr. Lloyd on behalf of the prisoner, applied for a further adjournment. In a few days he thought matters could be arranged satisfactorily for all parties. Mr. Cathcart 011 behalf of the Lodge offered no objections. Adjourned. STEALING.—William Elether, labourer, was charged with stealing a vest and trousers, the property of James Little and Son. Samuel Little said that on Saturday evening last, about 6 o'clock, he had occasion to leave the shop for a few minutes on returning he saw the prisoner escaping with a waistcoat and trousers under his arm; these he said he was taking to the light to examine. Pri- soner pleaded guilty. Sent to Usk for one month wi th hard labour.

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GLAMORGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.j

MOXMOUTHSHIEE QUARTER SESSIONS.

SECOND COURT.—TUESDAY.

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