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MERTIIYR, POLICE COURT.—SATURDAY, MAKCH 31. [Before H. A. Bruce, and W. Thomas, Esqrs.] Edward Jonrswas charged by Henry Protlieroe with fraudulently re- moving his goods to evade payment of rent. Ordered to pay double the amount of the goods removed, amounting to 4;1 Ms., and costs. Thomas Vlamey, Dowlais, was charged with leaving his family chargeable to the paiish of Mnthyr. Committed for 14 days with hard labour. Ji'm. Peach, who was apprehended at Newport, Monmot1ttl"lure" on the charge of stealing wearing apparel, the property of W. Thomas, of l't'osyfran with whom he lodged, was committed for trial at the next quarter sessions. Daniel i'1Il//¡ sub-contractor on the Merthyr and Neath railway, was charged with refusing to pay 12.. 3d. wages to'J^aes Diamond, and 9s. to Wri. Phillips. Ordered to pay with costs. MONDAY, Aran. -■—[Before H A. Bruce, and W. Thomas, Esqrs.] John Thomas was charged \t11 disobeying an affiliation order. Ordered to pay immediately, or be imprisoned.— Paid. Charles MOHja71; Thomas Lewis, Evan Jivuw, and J#hn.Davis, the latter an adult, and the three former lads, were charged with stealing coal, the property of the Pcnydarran Iron i ompany. The lads were discharged, and Davis was committed for trial at the next sessions. James Ureese, who.was reinuaded from Saturday, on the charge of breaking into the halt of Daniel Jones, was discharged, the evidence against him being insufficient to warrant a committal. Maria /f-iUiaais, alias Punch, from Pontstoreluiuse eellars, was charged with stealing J as. from the person of Edward Thomas, sinker, on Saturday mgitt. Prosecutor did not appear, and sne wasconsequently discharged. Sarah Chirk, alias Sarah Nips, was charged with being drunk and dM- orderly. I)i- charged. with a reprimand. James Morris, :¡ humas Stiyars, John Phillips, Jf'nu Morgan, and Murphy, were chargcd with being drunk and incapable of taking care of them- selves. M< r -an was fined the others were reprimanded and discharged. Muses Etans was charged by Catherine Lewis, of the Church Tavern, e k Vavnor, with assaulting her and breaking the door. l-'incd Ins. and costs. TCHSDAY. Apan. 3.—-[Before W. Thomas, Esq.] Thrrllws Daril's, who was apprehended at Bilston, in Staffordshire, by our active Superintendent Wrenn, on Saturday, was charged by FraiiKJiuncs, Esq. clerK of the of Guardian, of the Merthyr Tydfil■-Union, uith deserting uis wife and family. Committed for one month vith hard labour. If m. Jews, was brought up under a warrant for disobeying a sum- mons in a case of assault, was allowed to settle out of Court. WrDJfi<s»AY, APRIL 4.—[Before H. A. Bruce and W. Thomas, Esqi s.] John llees, char, ed with assaulting Mary and Elizabeth Williams, mother and daughter, was fined IOs. and costs for Klissabelh, and os. anu costs for assaulting Mary. In default of payment, committed for 11 days. JO). Varies, a t amp, was charged with damaging a pair Of the property of Lewis Williams, of Dismissed. t'everal cases were allowed iobe settled out of conrt. Many nlii,a cc cases are expectcd before lite bench next week, which shall be fully reported if of public interest.

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