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LAMPETER. THE COMPENSATION CLAUSES.—In our last issue we inadvertently stated that the letter sent by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in reply to a certain protest on the above clauses, had been received by the Rev. Daniel Jones, Lampeter, instead of by the Rev. Daniel Jones of Llanilar. It is need- less to add that the esteemed vicar of Lampeter had nothing to do with the matter, and we sincerely regret the mistake. SCHOOL BOARD.—At a meeting of the SchooJ Board, held on Tuesday last, the Rev. Danie1 Jones, vicar, presiding, Miss S. A. Evans, of Carmarthen, was unanimously appointed head mistress of the Peterwell Girls' School. This being the last meeting of the old Board, votes of thanks were passed to the chairman and vice chairman. PETTY SESSIONS —These Sessions were held on Friday last, the 20th inst, at the Town Hall Lampeter, before John Fowden Esq, the Ven. Archdeacon Edmondes, and T. H. R. Hughes Esq. —The summons issued by Mr David Parry, collector to the Guardians cf the Lampeter Union, for maintenance orders against the follow- ing persons were adjourned, viz — >Vm. Morgan, Hafod Castell, Pencarreg, in respect of his wife and children, Joseph Griffiths, St. Thomas Street Lampeter, mason, in respect of his mother, and Joseph Morgan, late of Tygwyn, Llanon, Carmar- thenshire, in respect of his wife. -David Jones of Cwmnant Cottage, Llanwenog, retired farmer was summoned by David Williams, of Llandyssul, Superintendent of police, for being drunk on the 26th May last, at the parish of Llanwenog. Defendant ndmitted that he was a little the worse for drink. Fined 2s. 6d. and costs to be paid in a month. James McLean of Tancoeducha, Llangybi, Fencer was summoned by the same .Y complaint for being drunk on the licensed premises of Derry Arms Llangybi, on the 12th inst. Defendant did not appear-service of summons having been proved, the defendant was fined 10s. and costs to be paid forthwith, and in default 14 days with hard labour.—David Evans collector of the Guardians of the Lampeter Union, applied for an order upon Evan Evans, of Tynewydd, New Cross, Golden Grove, mason, and Evan Pugh, of Treherbert Row, Pencarreg, to contribute towards the maintenance of their respective mothers, who are chargeable to the Lampeter Union. Order 6d. a week in each cane.—Mrs Jane Lloyd, of Hafodyrwyn, Llan- wenog, was appointed overseer of the poor, for the I parish of Llanweuog, in the room of her late husband, Mr Dd. Lloyd. -The Rev. Daniel Jones, vicar of Lampeter, appealed against a poor rate assessment for the parish of Lampeter, made on the 11th January last on certain tithe rent charge. Mr Thomas Lloyd appeared for the appellant, and stated that the tithe rent charge entered in the rate book is put down at Cl32 5s. gross estimated rental, and although the tithes had decreased annually for the last ten years, the same figures remained on the rate book, and all he wanted on behalf of the Rev. Daniel Jones was that he should be fairly assessed like any other ratepayer in the parisb.-Evan Davies Rees, sworn: I personally served Mr John Morris, one of the overseers of Lampeter, with a notice of appeal in this matter.—The Rev. Daniel Jones, sworn the value of tithe rent charge of Lampeter due to me for last year is E137 7s. lOd. The average annual amount of rates paid by me during the last three years is 925 16s. 6fd, and costs of collection 98 13s. 5d. After some discussion, the bench reduced the gross estimated rental to E102 17s. 6d. Mr Lewis Davies, being the chairman of the assess- ment committee of the Lampeter Union, retired from the bench pending the hearing of the vicars appeal. COUXTY COtTRT. This court was held here on Monday, the 23rd inst, before His Honour Judge Beresford. The indisputed cases were disposed of by the Deputy Registrar (Mr T. Lloyd) before his Honour sat. The judgment summonses were few.-Lloyd v. Jones: This was a judgment summons issued by Mr Thomas Lloyd, solicitor, Lampeter, against Stephen Jones, Blaenpat, Nantcwnlle, farmer & cattle dealer for E90 Is lid and subsequent costs, Mr A. J. Hughes, Aber- ystwyth. appeared for the plaintiff. Order, 14 days, warrant not to issue if E2 10 a month be 'd. I paid.—William James, Tymawr, Llanddewibrefi, Farmer, v Jane Jones, late Derry-garon, Tregaron Rees Jones, Tregaron, draper, and Evan Rowlands, Ystrad, farmer, claimants, Mr W. P. Owen, Aberystwyth, appeared for the execution creditors. The parties had settled the action out of court, and judgment was given in terms of the settlement. --David Lloyd, Lampeter, solicitor, v John Williams, Llanfairclydogau Margaret Jones, claimant. This was an inter- pleader issue directed to be tried in the county court by an order of the High Court of Justice. The claimant alleged that a cow seized by the ex- ecution creditor was her property. Mr W. P.Owen, appeared for the claimant, & withdrew the claim. The claim was consequently barred, & the claimant ordered to pay the costs.—George Phillips, Derry Ormond, v Catherine Davies, wife of Thomas Davies, Stag's Head, Tregaron. Thomas Davies, Stag's Head, claimant. Mr David Lloyd, Lampeter, appeared for the execution J creditor, and Mr W. P. Owen for claimant. The claimant, who was defendant's husband, claimed certain household furniture, &c., which had been 1 taken in execution by the plaintiff against the defendant. The case was adjourned to the next court at claimants request.—Anne Benjamin, Trafleuchfa, Llangeitho, spinster, v John Jones, Maesrhugfawr Stephen Thomas, Maesrhugfach and David Price, Bontgoy, all near Tregaron. Mr W. P. Owen appeared for plaintiff, and Mr A. J. Hughes, appeared for defendant. The plaintiff's claim was for R14 5s. being principal and interest due to her upon a promissory note His Honour having given leave to the plaintiff to amend her claim, the note was put in and admitted. The plaintiff was called in support of her claim. For the defence, Stephen Thomas and Morgan Evans were called, who deposed that the amount of the claim was to be paid on the condition that plaintiff and her father would carry out an arrangement which had been made between them and the defendants at the time, and which they had not done. Mr Owen, before the conclusion, withdrew from the case, judgment was given for the defendants.