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THE CRICKET FIELD ASSAULT…

LATTER-DAY SAINTS AT NEATH.

THE REGATTA.

BRYNMA WR.

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IBOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS, MONDAY,…

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BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS, MONDAY, before S. GARDNER, Esq. (Mayor), and J. H. ROWLAND, Esq. (Ex-Mayor). AsxoYAXcE TO PASSENGERS.—Sarah Ward was charged by Ann Collins with annoying her on the Green, and calling her filthy and disgusting names. Fined 20s. and costs, or 21 days' imprisonment.—John Matthews, harpist, was charged with a like offence. Defendant was ordered to pay costs, but as they were not paid at the end of the sitting he was fined 15s., including costs, or 10 days' imprisonment.—A?oi Cox was similarly charged and was fined 10s. and costs. ASSAULT.— Mary Fly an was charged by Elizabeth Collins with an assault. The case was too trivial to deserve notice, but the magistrates fined the defendant 10s. and costs, or 21 days' imprisonment. THE DRUNKARDS' LrsT.-Barnard Kain. was charged with being drunk and riotous on the Parade. Fined 5s. and costs, or 10 days' imprisonment.—Patrick ]Jrulllcfin, charged with a like offence, was mulcted in a similar penalty. TUESDAY, before the same Magistrates. DRUXK AGAIN!—John Evans, a candidate for the drunkards' list, was fined 5s. and costs, or 10 days' imprisonment.

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