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CHEPSTOW. I PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY. PCELICAN AND His WIFE.—Richard Cumper, a Wye salmon, fisherman and landlord of the L'Jrd Nelson Inn, Chepstow, was summoned by his wife, Annie Jane Fussell Cumper, for persistent cruelty, and she also prayed for a judicial separation.— The Bench granted a separation, with the custody of the three children, to the wife, and ordered defendant to pay XI a week maintenance, and the costs— £ 1 19s 6d. BAD Boy BIKCHED.—Archibald Williams, 11, of Ilewelsfield, was charged with grealiiig XI (is. 6d. and a purse, the property of Mary Ann Davies, at Chapel Hill, from her bedroom. The sentence was that he should be imprisoned for one day and receive six strokes with a birch rod. AFTER THE ELOPEMENT.—John Harvey was charged with stealing a quantity of furniture aud household effects, the property of Alfred Richards, at Howick, and Mary Ann Richards, wife of Alfred Richards, was chaiged with receiving the same. The parties lived together at Little Cophill, and on the 20th of May last, Mrs. Richards left home, and 011 the following day Harvey cleared out also,' taking in a van not only his own chattels, but those in dispute as well. Prisoners were found living together at Kemys Inferior, near Caerleon. Mrs. Richards alleged that she was the owner of the things, which to some extent was borne out by prosecutor, who also admitted in answer to the Court that previous to the elopement he knew of improprieties between his wife and Harvey. Without any comment the Bench dismissed the case.

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