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Monmouthshire Assizes.

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Monmouthshire Assizes. On Saturday these assizes were opened with the usual for- malities, before Sir William Wightman, Knight. On Friday his Lordship was escorted into town by the High-Sheriff, Sir Digby Mackworth, attended by his javelin-men, and a large body of the constabulary. Enoch Suns, 24, John Coles, 50, Ann Dead, 21, charged with stealing one sheep, the property of Mapson Thomas Smith. Enoch Sims, John Coles, nine calendar months. Jeremiah M' Carthy, 24, charged with wounding Malachi Crawley, with intent to do him some bodily harm. Two calendar months. James Morgan, 23, charged with shooting at Thomas Williams, with intent to do him some bodily harm. Ac- quitted. Mary Thomas, 30, charged with concealing the birth of her female child. Three calendar months. George Gould, 28, charged with having committed wilful perjury. Acquitted. Sarah Morgan, 35, charged with concealing the birth of her female child. Three calendar months. Edward Rees, 2G, charged with the wilful murder of Mary Moxley, late of the parish of Penterry. Sentenced to be executed. George Waters, 37, charged with stealing one silver cup, one metal flagon, one metal salver, one metal plate, and one pewter basin, the property of the churchwardens and parish- ioners of Llanishen. Acquitted. Joseph Bailey, 23, charged with destroying game and assaulting William Lewis and John Matthews. Acquitted. Samuel Gould, 33, charged with stealing GOOlbs. of lead, assaulting William Lewis and John Matthews. Acquitted. Samuel Gould, 33, charged with stealing 600lbs. of lead, 351bs. of block-tin, a quantity of painters' brushes, and other articles, the property of Jacob Jenkins Nicholas. Dis- charged by proclamation. Jmmes Kelly, 22, charged with stealing one cloth coat, the property of William Webb. Three calendar months. David Wolter Davies, 29, charged with a rape on Elizabeth Murray. Acquitted. Richard Florence, 22, John Ward, 20, Mary Ann Jones, 19, Phcebc George, 19, alias Jane Florence,' charged with stealing from the person of James Wood, one sovereign, ten shillings, one silver watch, one silver watch-guard, one silk purse, one 'silk pocket handkerchief, one cotton umbrella, one pair of spectacles and case, and one pair of gloves. Ac- quitted. Mary Ann Jones discharged by proclamation. George Mills, 20, and the same Richard Florence and John Ward, charged with stealing one silk pocket handkerchief, the property of Edmund Walter. George Mills, nine calen- dar months. A former conviction having been proved by Mr. Woods, governor of Cardiff gaol, against the two latter, they were sentenced to fifteen years' transportation. John Williams, aged 23, charged with having, on the 3lst day of December, 1842, at the borough of Newport, stolen one coat, the property of Henry Griffiths. Guilty, one week's imprisonment. Samuel Nash, aged 50, charged with having, on the 24th day of January, 1843, at the parish of Llansoy, stolen one bushel of wheat, the property of John Williams. Three calendar months' imprisonment. Charles Jones, 23, charged with having, on the 14th day of January, 1843, at the parish of Dixon, feloniously broken into a house belonging to Mary Adams, and stolen there- from a quantity of wearing apparel, the property of Mary Adams, and her sons John Adams and George Adams. Twelve calendar months' imprisonment. Joseph Summers, charged with having, on the 28th day of January, 1843, at the borough of Newpojt, stolen one silk handkerchief, the property oi John Frost. Acquitted. Joseph Summers, charged with having in his possession, on the 28th day of January, 1843, at the borough of New- port, certain pieces of false and counterfeit coin, well- knowing the same to be false and counterfeit, Acquitted. Lewis Thomas, 24, Edward Davies, 20, John Jenkins, 18, charged with feloniously killing and slayiny Thomas Richards, late of the parish of Aberustruth. Lewis Thomas six calendar months; Edward Davies, twelve calendar months and John Jenkins, nine calendar months. John Duckett, 29, charged with having, on the 25th day of January, 1843, at the parish of Nash, feloniously stolen one mare, the property of William Keene, Twelve calendar months. John Hicks, charged with having, on the 5th day of February, 1843, at the parish of Skenfrith, burglariously broken open the dwelling-house of John Lock, and feloni- ously stolen therefrom various articles of wearing apparel and ribbons, the property of James Herbert. Twelve calen- dar months. John Jeffreys, 25, charged with feloniously killing and slaying Evan Jones, late of the parish of Aberustruth. Two weeks' imprisonment. Richard Pinches, charged with having, on the 5th day of February, 1843, feloniously broken open a house belonging to John Lock, and stolen therefrom a hat and other goods, the property of John Lock. Twelve calendar months. Patrick Sullivan, 40, charged with having, on the 4th day of March, 1843, at the borough of Newport, feloniously atolen one pair of boots, the property of Thomas Hartree. Two calendar months. Jonas-- Jones, 40, charged with having, on the 7th of March, 1843, at the town of Trellcck, feloniously stolen five bushels of wheat, the property of John Williams. Acquitted. Eliza Ann Dent, alias Morgan, charged with having feloniously intermarried with Richard Stanley Wall, her former husband being then alive. Acquitted. 11'iJti'On Ansley, —, charged with having feloniously stolen two sovereigns, the property of Anna Thackwell. Acquitted. AIm Digget, 32, and Ann Jones, 1J, charged with feloni- ously stealing 9491bs., of coal of the value of four shillings, the property of Reginald James Blewitt. Transported for seven years. Henry Summerfield, 34, charged with feloniously stealing and carrying away one half sovereign, one half crown, six shillings, one sixpence, and twopence, the property of William Blunt and James Blunt. Six calendar months. Joseph. Pierceall, 33, charged with feloniously stealing one watch, the property of John Thomas. Four calendar months. Warren Williams, 21, charged with having feloniously broken and entered the dwelling-house of Daniel Salter, with intent to steal. Six calendar months. Alfred Jones, 17, charged with having feloniously stolen one silver watch, the property of Willium Watkins. One month. Isaac Morgan, 32, charged with having violently assaulted Ann Maddy; and also, assaulted and wounded Benjamin Maddy, the infant child of the said Ann Maddy, with intent to do the said child some grcvious bodily harm. Four months. John Pricc, 43, charged upon the oaths of J,-iii, Williams, single woman, and others, with having on the 26th day of March, at the parish of Llanwenarth, violently assaulted and carnally known the said Jane Williams. — Transported for life.

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