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-" PONTYPOOL.

TREDEGAR.

~~BRECON..

BUILTH.,..

MILFORD HAVEN.

FISHGUARD.

TENBY. -

CARMRTHEN. 'A

NORTH WALES.

ANGLESEY ASSIZES.

DENBIGHSHIRE ASSIZES.

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DENBIGHSHIRE ASSIZES. These assizes were held before Mr. Justice Cresswell, on the 27th and 28th ultimo. His lordship addressed the grand jury, and said he was sorry that lie could not congratulate them on a short list of charges; as the calendar before him was the largest lie had had on the circuit. Several of the cases avose out of of- fences against the game laws, a class which unhappily arose in districts where there were large preserves of game, to en- courage the idle and dissolute in criminal courses. There was nothing in them out of the ordinary course, and no doubt they would be familiar with them. A man named Charles Roberts was sentenced to be transported for seven years, for burglary, at St. Asaph. Owen Williams was Acquitted, by the direction of the judge, on the charge of killing his wife. The other prisoners were severally sentenced to various terms io imprisonment, ranging from fourteen days to fifteen months.

NORMAL COLLEGE FOR WALES.

lUligtHM SIMIGOT.

"HAPPY HOME."

THE BISHOP TO HIS CAPTIYE.