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--FAIRS FOR APRIL.

COURT OF CHANCERY, WEDNESDAY,…

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MERTUYR POOR LAW UNION. 0

CRICKHOWEL UNION.

CARMARTHENSHIRE LENT ASSIZES.

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CARMARTHENSHIRE LENT ASSIZES. (Continued from our last.) FRIDAY, MARCH 23. Thomas » Thomas.—In this case, which we men- tioned in our last, the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff—damages .1;30. Counsel for plaintiff, Mr Chilton, Q.C. and Mr Wilson; for defendant, Mr John Evans, Q.C. and Mr E. V. Williams. Attorney forplaintiff, Mr John Morgan, Llandovery; for defendant in person. Morris c Hughes.—This was an action brought to recover the sum of £40, being money paid to the use of the defendant by the plaintiff. The defendant contended a set off for rent due from plaintiff. Verdict for defendant. Counsel for plaintiff, Mr J. Evans, Q.C. and Mr Wilson; for defendant, Mr Chilton, Q.C. and Mr E. V. Williams. Attorney for plaintiff, Mr Thomas Williams, St. Clears; for defendant, Mr L. O. Lewis, Llandilo. Davies v Thomas This was an action brought to recover the sum of £26 as. being money lent, and the interest due thereon. The defendant pleadec that the money was lent by plaintiff and his partner, and con- sequently could not sue in his own name, but in the name of himself and partner. Verdict for fltintiff- damages JE26 5s. and interest. Counsel for plaintiff, Mr Chilton, Q C. and Mr Nicboll; for defendant Mr E. V. Williams, and Mr Powell. Attorney for plaintiff, Mr James Thomas, Llandilo for defendant, Mr Popkin, Llandilo. Knight v Morse.—This was an action brought to recover a sum of money for work and laboir done for the defendant. In this case a verdict was taken by consent for the plaintiff, subject to arbitration. His Lordship left Carmarthen about four o'clock for Brecon, leaving the case Phillips v Harries as a remanet.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS.

MERTHYR TYDVMj. AND BRECON,

CHURCH OF ENGLAND EDUCATION.

CARDIFF CYMREIGYDDION SOCIETY.

GLAMORGANSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE…