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BAIL COURT, JU-E- 8. THE BISHOP OF BRISTOL V. THE INHABITANTS OF BRISTOL. This was an action to recover from the corporation and inhabitants of the city of Bristol, compensation for the amount of damage sustained by the Right Rev. Bishop during the late riots in that city. Mr. Follett this day moved for a rule to show cause why the case should not be tried at the ensuing Assizes for the county of Somerset, at Bridgewater, before the Judges of 'he Assize, instead of before the Sheriff for the county, as various points of law are likely to arise.-Rule granted. THE LATE CARMARTHEN ELECTION. THOMAS V. SAUNDERS AND ANOTHER. Mr. Evans moved for a rule to show cause why the venue in this case should not be changed from Carmar- then to the county of Glamorgan, upon the ground that a fair and impartial trial could not be had at the former place. The plaintiff, it appeared, was an attorney, and had taken an active part in the late election for Carmarthen on the side called the" blue party," the" red party" being the more popular side and the plaintiff brought this action to recover compensation from the defendants, J. E. Saunders and Timmins, Esqrs. magistrates, for an alleged false commitment Rule granted.

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