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POLICE, JUXE 21 ST.—(Held before H. A. Bruce, Esq.)— ilary Dorman was fined 2s. 6(1. and costs, for assaulting Ann Morgan, at Pont-y-Storehouse, on the 18th inst.- Philip Da- gonan and John Collins, were committed to Brecon jail for desert- ing from.the 15th regiment of foot, now stationed at Brecon, to await further orders from the Horse Guards. Magdalene Jones was charged with stealing a flannel gown from a hedge, the pro- perty of Mary Thomas, a servant at the Harp beerhouse, at Gelli- rieg. Committed for trial at the ensuing quarter sessions to be held at Neath." JUNE^iTH.Heid before IT. A. Bruce and G. R. Morgan, Esqrs the Rev. C. Maybery", ahd Lewis Morgan, Esq.)— John Allen and Dominick Roan, two natives from the Emerald Isle, were charged with having, run away, and left their wives and chil- dren,.chargeable to the parish of Merthyr, forgetting "Justice" to Merthyr. Committed to Cardiff House of Correction to hard labour, for fourteen days each. Mary Jenkins, the wife of Thomas Jenkins, bailer, Penydarrau iron-works, was fined 4s. 6d. and costs, for assaulting Sarah Jones. Elizabeth Williams, landlady of the Grawen Arms, was charged by Superintendent Wrenn with keeping her house open for the sale of beer, &c., during the hours of Divine service on Sunday last. Being her first of- fence, she was fined only 10s. and expenses. John Eynon, of Maesteg, was charged with being the father of a bastard child by Margaret Pugh. Ordered to pay 3s. 6d. per week for the first six weeks, and 2s. 6d. afterwards, until the child attain the age of 13, or the marriage of the mother. Lewis Daries and Edward Coslett, two lads, were-charged with trespassing, and wilfully damaging the hay at Penydarran park. The former was fined 3d. and the latter one halfpenny as compensation for damages, and 2s. 6d. each coats. POLICE, JeNE 26.—(Magistrates present, W. Thomas and G. R. Morgan, Esqrs.)—James Jones, hauliier, of Dowlais, was charged with being drunk and incapable of taking care of himself. Fined 5s. — William Jones was also charged with the same offence against decency and good morals; but as he had been some time in custody, he was reprimanded and discharged. Jonah Davies was ordered to pay 2s. 6d. per week for the first six weeks, Is. fjd. afterwards, 5s. to the midwife, and 14s. costs, towards the support of his bastard child by Mary Lewis. h.