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ABERYSTWITH. I PETTY SESSIONS, held at the Town Hall, on Tuesday, the 5th Nov., before Richard Koberts, Esq., Mayor, and John Davies, Esq. Non-payment of Poor-rates— Richard Samuel, collee- tor, summoned Henry Morgan, William Jones, David Richards, John M. Davies, for this offence. Complainant proved the rates of defendants, demand and non-payment. They were all ordered to pay. Alleged Assault.-Itobei-t Welsh charged Thomas William Cheater with assaulting him. Plaintiff said—The defendant owes me some money. I met him oil the Terrace, and asked him for some money, he replied, This is not my place of business, Colle to my house. I went there last Saturday even- ing, and asked whether defendant was in the house. He came to the door and asked me what I wanted? I said, the balance of money he owed me. He said he owed me nothing. I asked him what did he ask me to come down there for if he owed me nothing? He then re- quested me to leave and go out of his house. I said I would not. lie then caught hold of me and sent for a policeman, and pushed me out of the house and when he got me out of doors he caught hold of me again, and said I should not go until a policeman would come. Thomas Edwards sworn, said—I was present on the Terrace when complainant asked defendant for the ba. lance. Defendant replied that was not his place of business told him to come to his house that he would pay him. I went with complainant to defendant's house. The defendant came to the door. The com- plainant asked for money. The defendant said he owed him nothing, and told him to go out of his house, and pushed him outside. Both then got hold of each other. Thomas James—I was passing by defendant's house about five p.m. on Saturday, when I saw and heard the parties disputing. I saw the complainant pushing in order to gain admittance to the house. The defendant wanted him to leave. Case dismissed. Rude Conduct.Mary Tisdeale charged John Jones, whom she met at the Windmill Court, with having called her Lady Tisdeale," and also with having sworn at her several times. Adjourned. Transfer of Licenses.-The license of the St. George's Inn was transferred from Mrs Morris to Mr Price; and also that of the Crystal Palace from Mr David Morgan to Mr Daniel Morgan. Aj!i'iation.-Eliz¡.beth Evans applied for an order of affiliation upon one Benjamin Jenkins for the support of her illegitimate child. Adjourned for a week. WEDNESDAY, 6th Nov.—Before John Davies, Esq. Vag rancy.-Cattieritie Rattigan, a deaf and dumb person, was charged with the above offence. John Morgan sworn, said—Yesterday, the prisoner came to Mr Cox's shop, begging-to all appearance she was deaf and dumb. She was relieved and then weut away. Evidence was also given by one Jane Carbis, who said -The prisoner came to my house, and screamed like a deaf and dumb person. She very much frightened my sister and also my little child. After remaining there a moment, she took away some cabbage and walked off with them. She came there to beg. She had also been begging elsewhere. The prisoner was committed to Cardigan gaol for one month.

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THE LORD iIlAYU!t'S SHOW AND…

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