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- CARDIGANSHIRE ASSIZES.

TRIALS OF PRISONERS.

LARCENY.

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LARCENY. Henry Randell, James Elliott, and Edmond Lyons, were in- dicted for having, on the 28th day of January last, stalen a quantity of wearing apparel, the property of David Bavies, I nomas Lewis, and John Evans, farm servants, in the employ of Mr. David Williams, Treferedd-uchaf, in the parish of Tremain. The first two prisoners were further charged with having received the articles, well knowing them to have been stolen, Randell said the clothes were picked up by him as he went along the road. Elliott said he was with Randell at the time they were given to him. Lyons declined saying anything in his defence. The learned Judge then summed up the evidence, and the jury returned a verdict of Guilty against the three, of stealing the articles. Sentence—Six calendar mouths' imprisonment, with hard •labour. Counsel for prosecution, Messrs. Hall and Lascelles; attorney, Mr. IL D. J enkms, Cardigan.

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STATISTICS OF CRIME IN LIVERPOOL.

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