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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. The Sessions were held on Monday last, at the Guild Hall, before John Prothero, Esq., Mayor, George Cansick, Esq., Joseph Joseph, Esq., and James Williams, Esq. David Jones, was summoned by his wife, for as- sault and battery. William Jones, their son, was summoned for assaulting his mother. The both cases were allowed to be settled out of court on payment of costs. Their worships strongly cau- tioned both the men to be careful in future, and not appear there again with a similar charge against them, or they would not be so lightly dealt with. Bernard Burns was summoned by Superinten- dant Lee, inspector of nuisances, charged with having a quantity of bones in an old coach-house, in mount street, in a decomposed state. Mr. Burns did not answer to his name. Mr. Lee proved the charge, and called upon Doctor Talfourd Jones, who stated that he went in company with Mr. Lee to mount street, and in an old coach-house there he saw a quantity of bones deposited which were in a decomposed state, with a quantityof animal matter on them, it was very injurious to the health of the inhabitants residing in that locality. Fined 10s and costs. Thomas Pritchard, and David Thomas, were charged with fighting in the streets. The charge was admitted. Fined 10s. each and costs. Henry Cooper, was charged with inciting the above two men to fight. dismissed.

FREEMASONRY.

KNICKERBOCKERS V. CHRIST COLLEGE.

RIFLE COMPETITION.

STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.I

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