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BRECON. BOROUGH PETTY )-NS, MONDAY,"JULY 3, 1348.—(Before T. P."Price, Esq., Mayor, John Powell, Esq., Rev. Thomas Vaughan, and William L'oyd, Esq.) —David Thomas was bound to keep the peace towards an old woman of the name of Mar- garet Thomas, with whom he had formerly lodgecl.-Geoi,e Sevenoaks summoned William Waters, Thomas Waters, and John Lewis, for breaking several panes of glass in the window of his house on Sunday morning week. Complainant deposed to seeing the three men in the street near his house, and that he was struck by one of them in the breast with a stone, but could not swear which of them had struck him, nor which of them had broken the window. There were several charges brought against the same parties for robbing gardens in the neighbourhood on the morning in question. The magistrates spoke in the most severe terms of the unwarrantable conduct of the defendants, and they were ordered to enter into their own recognizances of £ 2:) each, and find two sureties in £ 10 each *o appear in the same court on Monday next, to answer any, charge which might be brought against them.—James Matthews, a haullier, was summoned for an assault upon his wife on Sun- day last. It was proved that he was in the habit of abusing her.—Fined E-5 and costs, and in default of payment committed for seven days. POLICE STATION, SAME DAY.—(Before John Powell, Esq, and the Rev. Hugh Bold.)—John Williams was committed for trial iit the next assizes on a charge of stealing a mare, the property of Mr. Lewis, of Pistill, near Brecon.