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The magistrate* in giving their judgment dwelt on the I tentradictory. evidence given by the defendants witnesses, and fined the defendant William James in the sum of three Pounds and, costs in each of the two cases for shooting Without a game certificate, and two pounds and costs in each ij of trespass. The fines were forthwith paid, and the consequently discharged. The other defendant William Davies, was then charged With pursuing game unlawfully, and with trespassing in with William James the defendant in the preceed- "f ease, no doubt, however, observing the result of the case jNSainst James, he considered it prudent to plead guilty to charge laid on the twenty fourth day of December. He fined two pounds. The charge laid on the tenth day of December in which he had instructed Mr. Melvin to call three witnesses to prove an alibi was abandoned on the part of the prosectition.