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Judge Owen and Horse Dealing.

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Judge Owen and Horse Dealing. Judge Owen heard a ease at Tredegar, on Tuesday, in which Joseph Partridge, green-grocer, Abertillerv, claimed 1;11 10s. from E. Hodge, horse-dealer, Newport. Plaintiff bought a mare from defendant at Pontypool Fair for Y,12, but afterwards exchanged it for another, and paid ar additional £ 2 10s. The horse was not seven years' old and sound as warranted, and when sold by auction brought X-5 2s. 6d. Mr. Watkins, veterin- ary surgeon, Tredegar, said the animal was about 15 years' old and broken-winded of long standing. In reply to his Honour, defendant admitted that he did represent the horse as seven years' old, but remarked that --he did not say how much more." Judge Owen Ob, that's one of your little tricks. I have been in a horse-dealing yard myself." The claim was for the money paid and expensas, less the result of the auction, and judgment was given for plaintiff with costs.

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