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I lifi&IONETHSHIRE (WASTER SESSIONS. The trinity Quarter Sessions for the County of Me- rioneth wail held at Bala on Tuesday last, when the fol- lowing magistrates attended :—R. Meredyth Richards, Esq., Chairman J. Jones, G. P. Lloyd, G. Casspn, W. P Jones, and J. E. Parry, Esqrs, and the Ven Archdeacon White. The usual business relating to the County and Police finances was transacted, but none other of any interest came before the Court. A County Rate of lid. and a Police Rate of Jd, was granted for the ensuing quarter. I WEDNESDAY. The Court sat this morning for the despatch of crimi- nal business. The following magistrates were of! the Bench: R M. Richards, Esq., Chairman; G. Casgon, G. P. Lloyd, J. Jotiei, W. P. Jones, J. E. Parry, Charles Edwards, and H. Beaver Roberts, Esqrs. Charles Edwards, Esq., of Dolserey, and Hugh Bea- ver Hoberts, Esq., of Plas Llanddoget, qualified, and took the usual oaths as Justices of the Peace for the County. The Proclamation against Vice, &c, having been read, the Chairman proceeded to charge the Grand Jury, which consisted of the following gentlemen. UNAtDJUUY. Jones, Mr. Thomas, druggist, Foreman I liodden, Thomas, farmer, Dolgadfa, Llandderfel I Daniel, Robert, ditto/fanybryn Davie,s Edward, ditto, Brynmeredith [ Edwards, Edward butcher, Llanycil, Bala Edwards, Rice, ditto ditto ftllK Robert, farmer, Hendreddu Evans, Evan, ditto, Ffriddisa Ihlghe., H" King's lIeacl, Llanydl litigl.ie. William, currier, Bala Jones, Charles, fanner, P];iai*t*a, Llandderfel Jones, J., fanner, Tynyfedw Jones, Thomas, ditto, Caepant Junes, Thomas, cliUo, Tvnant Jones, (iriffith, bookseller, Llanvci), Bala Jones, Evans, 111:11;t Jones, Robert, fanner. Tydravv Jones, John, ditto, Cyifty Jones, Hugh, ditto, lirynmelyn Jones, David, ditto, Tyddyn Tegid. j LVRCENY. JaiiZC, 8/flitit, L pleaded guilty t0 an indurtmei.t 1 chav^ing him with st-'alm^ one pair of stockings, the' property of Abraham I.ewK of (.'orris.. Sentence —Three months imprisonment, with hard I STKAMNG A TRMLSFOIT. I 7/enn/ Rater, IS, pleaded guilty to an indictment, tliitl.gilj_, Iiiiii %vitli ?t tile ?f Ed. iiell, Aberdovey Sentence—Two months' imprisonment with hard la- bour. rICIOG POCKET::> John Smith, 23, pleaded guilty to an indictment, charging him with an attempt to pick pocket. at Vol- g<*llev fair. Sen tence- Fourteen days' imprisonment. Attornies in Court.—Mr. E. Breese, Clerk of the Peace; Mr. G. Williams, llndersheriff; Mr. Win. Wil- liams, Corwen; and Mr. David Pugh, Dolgelley.

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