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THURSDAY. T J i:, Rocs Price, laborer, was charged with and maliciously killing a lamb, the property Mary Rees, on the 11th of April, 1865, at LläJ1, dilo'fane. Mr. Thomas Jones, Llandovery, pr<?se || cuted, and Mr. W. Games defended the prisoliel| Mary Price, Wernfawr, deposed that the pi'i*011? occupied the adjoining farm called LIwyncoc ( in April last; she went with other parties to wat who was killing the lambs they heard some she tj bleating, and went in that direction, and sepai'ii*:e j about five yards from each, other when they further they saw Rees Price throwing a stick sn. 3 killed one of the sheep Samuel Williams and wK 5 iam >ess. collared him he then took out a knife/0 said that he would stab them; Samuel Will'"11!^ 5 then struck him with the stick iri self defence i had met the prisoner, who/ accompanied i to the house he asked if he should come in > ,) 1 said no he said he would destroy her and £ cattle before twelve months was over. 0to evidence was given, and the jury returned a vei J of not guilty. I Abraham SimcocJc,,23, hawker, was char £ with feloniously stealing three packing crates,: a quantity of earthenware, and other j packed therein, of the value of £ 21, the proper of Isaac Simcock, 13th May, 1865, in the BoroVgj ij of Brecon. Mr. David Thomas prosecuted, Mr. W. Games defended the prisoner. The evidence went to show that Abraham cock, brother of the prosecutor, had sent some g°° from Brecon to Aberystwyth, without his the same goods being the property of the prosecut0 ? the prisoner having no claim whatever to the sa I, goods. Several witnesses were examined at p £ e'• length, after which Mr. Games addressed the the chairman having summed lip, the jury return a verdict of not guilty. Mary Spencer, 32, was charged with stealing twp feather pillows, of the value of ■' shillings each, the property of William -Tb<?111? j, and one shawl_ of tfi'e value of five-shillings? f,> property of Elizabeth Jenkins, QR the 3rd JuPe> > I at Brvnmawr. The evidence being heard 1 the chairman' summed up, and the jury returned J verdict of guilty, Sentenced to 6 .months impri3011" f ment hard labor, y

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