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cowbkidge, FADVERTISFMFNT ]—The dinner of the Grand Jury this year is to take place at the Mason's Arms, with our respected new landlord, Mr. Jenkins, late of Aberthaw, whom we have no doubt, from his experience in the public line of business, will do justice to the gen- tlemen who will honour him with their presence, as to eatables and drinkables. The chair will be filled by our talented townsman, Mr. Nathaniel Llewellyn, churchwarden. COW-BRIDGE M VUKET, MARCH 27.-This market was but thinly. attended. Price* of provisions as followsFresh-butter, lOd ind lid.; cheese, 4d„ 5d., and 6d. hay, £ 2 los. to £ 3 per ton > al d. and 7d. beef, 3d. and 6d. live pigs a good demand, and a Mr price was paid for them eggs, 6d. per dozen PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY, MARCH 27.-(Before Captain Eit.viscl and a full bench of magistrate .)— Thomas Edtcarcls, farmer, and others, of the parish of Bonvilstone, appeared to an- swer to summonses issued against them on the complaint, of Mr. Stokes, farmer, of the same parish, for wilfully breaking and en- tering a stable, situate on Mr. Stokes premises, which stable contained sheep, the property of the defendant, being there im- pounded, according to law. Mr. Charles Ithy, solicitor, of this town, conducted the defence in a manner which called forth the attention of all present, there being a considerable number of re- sectable farmers present from the neighbourhood to hear the case. Mr. Rhys having concluded his address, the magistrates fined Ihos. Edwards £ 3 and costs, and his unfortunate followers m £ 1 each, not forgetting costs.

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MONMOUTHSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES.

CROWN COURT.—[Before Mr. JUSTICE…

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HAY STEALING AT NEWPORT.