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CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. The general Quarter Sessions of the peace for the county of Cardigan were held at the Hall, in the town 01 Aberayron, on Monday week. D. A. S. Davies, Esq., M.P., chairman, at the commence- ment dismissed the grand and. petty juries, as there was not a single prisoner on the calendar to be tried. APPEALS. Penboyr, appellants, and Llanllirchaiam, respondents. On the motion of Mr. James Parry, for Mr. Benjamin Evans, this appeal was lodged, and the hearing respited till the next p Quarter Sessions. Vericiek, appellants, and Llangoedmore, respondents. This appeal was also lodged and respited, on the motion of Mr. Howell, on behalf of Messrs. T. and W. George. COMPENSATION TO CORONER. Dr. Richard Williams, of Aberystwyth, had petitioned the Queen in Council for compensation under the 8 Vic. c. 92, sec. 6, for the loss sustained by him as coroner of the upper district, in consequence of the division of the county into three coro- aers' districts and the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury having been directed by an order in council to assess the amount of compensation." The matter was now referred by the Treasury to the Court of Quarter Sessions. The doctor esti- mated his loss at f7 2s. 6d. per annum, from June 1842. It was ultimately agreed that he should take £ 30 as a full compensa- tion, with the additional sum of 1:5 for Mr. Charles Parry, his deputy. CARDIGAN OLD GAOL. It was ordered that a sum not exceeding JE19 should be granted for repairing this building, and converting it into a lock-up and station-house. NOTICE OF MOTION. Mr. J. B. Ll. Philipps gave notice that at the next Quarter 'Sessions he should apply that the salary of the keeper of the house of correction at Aberystwyth should be increased from, zE20 to £30. Mr. J. B. LI. Philipps also gave notice that at the next Quavter Sessions he should apply for a sum of money for the bridge at Rhydfelyn. ILANFIIIANGEL-AIA-ARTH BRIDGE. Mr. Lloyd Davies moved that a sum not exceeding the amount mentioned in Mr. Penson's estimate should be granted for the erection of this bridge, and that a committee be appointed to meet the committee to be appointed by the Car- marthenshire Quarter Sessions for the purpose of contracting for the erection of a bridge over the Tivy, and to be made in accordance with the plan and specification of Mr. Penson. The motion was carried, and the committee appointed, namely, Mr. Ll. Davies, Capt. Lloyd, Mr. Boultbee, Mr. Lloyd Price, Dr. Llewellin, and Mr. Lloyd, of Gilfach. POLICE FEES. It was ordered that a book should be kept at each Petty Sessions of the fees received by the police constables for services, to be entered by the clerk and signed by the magis- trates present. CARDIGAN GAOL. Mr. D. Davies gave notice that at the next Quarter Sessions he should apply for a sum of money for repairing the roof of the gaol, and for doing other necessary repairs. CARDIGAN BRIDGE. Mr. "Davies also gave notice that he should apply at the host Quarter Sessions for a sum not exceeding E30 for repair- ing this bridge.




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