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COURT Oi KING'-S-BENCH, JUNE 12. CARMARTHEN RIOTS. I THE KING V. MOSS. I This was an application to remove the venue. It was an indictment for riot, and the application was made on the ground that the defendant could not have a fair trial in the borough of Carmarthen, in consequence of the political feelings which pervaded all the jurors. The Court allowed the indictment to be tried at Brecon, THOMAS V. SAUNDERS AND ANOTHER. This was an action against two magistrates of Carmar- then for corrupt conduct and false imprisonment of the plaintiff. A motion was made to enter a suggestion on the roll, that a fair trial could not be had in Carmarthen, or, in other words, to change the venue. Sir J. Scarlett opposed the application. The country, he said, appeared in a bad state, as there reemed to be a general understanding that a fair trial could not be had in any part where rioting and offences were com- mitted. The Court also ordered this cause to be tried at Brecon.

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