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NEATII. CIVAT IN HATH.—On Tuesday last Lord and Lady Tullamort^ who are now staying at Rheola, on a visit to Mr, and Mrs. Nash Edwards Vaughan, paid a visit to the colliers at llesedver, the property of T. W. Lyons, Esq., where they were met Ly Mr. J. Lewis, the intelligent and able manager of the works, who got a tram fitted up very neatly and drawn by two horses to conduct his noble visitors through the level into the workings and they expressed themselves as being highly pleased with the proceed- ings. POLICE. -Ftirxy, APRIL 26.—[Before Griffith Llewellyn, X. V. E. Vaughan, and F. E. Lloyd, Esqrs.] George Brown, of Aberavon, was by Margaret Williams, of the same place, with being the father of her illegitimate chileh Ordered to pay Is. Gel. per week and costs. Mi\ llargreaves ap- peared for the defendant. William Nash, a sut-contractor on the Yale of Neath Railway, was charged by a nayvy, named Richard Shee, with the non-pay meat Of wages, amounting to 16s. 6d. He was ordered to pay with costs. Samuel Bellsion, a navvy, working near the Lamb and Flag, on the Vale of Neath Railway, was charged with committing a rape on the person of Tinzel Row, a daughter of Nicholas Row, a labourer working on the same line, a young child not more than 10 years of age. After the examination of several witnesses, the magistrates fined the prisoner £ o or two months' imprisonment for an assault. MONDAY, APIIIL 29. -[Before John Rowland, Esq.] David Davies, a lad, and an Irishman whose name we could net catch, were charged by police-sergeant Wright, the former with stealing 25s. from a ti-I at the post-office at Aberavon, and the latter with receiving the same, knowing it to have been stolen; The prisoners, who said nothing in their defence, were committed for trial.