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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS.

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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS. These Sessions were held on Monday last, at the Town Hall, before John Davies, Esq., mayor, John Prothero, Esq., and Joseph Joseph, Esqjs. STEALING SLATES. Thomas Price, boatman, appeared to his recognizances, upon the charge of stealing slates from the yard of the South Wales Coal and Lime Company. Mr. Games appeared for the prisoner. Mr. James stated that on the night of Tuesday last, hearing footsteps in his yard in the Watton, he went out and saw the prisoner, who then caught hold of a bucket, and went to the canal for water for the horses, the prisoner's employer having sta- bles in the same yard he however watched him, and in a short time saw him remove some slates from a stock of the same and put them on the edge of the boat; he then went up to him and charged him with the offence prisoner said that he had never taken any before, they were only a few for Ned, meaning a man named Edwards, and that he intended telling witness of them the next day. In reply to their worships prisoner said that he would prefer being summarily dealt with. After a severe reprimand from the bench, the prisoner was sentenced to 14 days hard labor. A NurSANCE.- William Stephens was summoned, charged with removing night soil from a cesspool in the day time, or between the hours of 7 and 10 o'clock in the evening and with washing the buckets in a well, situate just above the turnpike gate called Cerrig Cochion gate. Both charges were admitted, and defendant was fined 2s. 6d. in each case and costs 23s.

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