AUSTRIA. News from Vienna is toJu.yLl? (jo'Ith there is neW8 of a great battle on th. ;¡rci anci 4th ult., ?.y. Epedes, between the ?"?" '"? (jelle- n.) C?d.jew and the Uun?n.s nnder, Dembinski. According tJ the Cracow report, ?cr two day o^ter rible bloody ?htin?, the ￼ b?t..n. The Vienna j.ith.?ph.c Cor.espondenoe on the other '?.?h.)ereport.n? y ? ?? struggle on the 8ame daY8 ike. hl fll £ our of j .tr?.e o.. the ??'? that ?,"? of Dembinski, amoulltiug' to 3.'),000 d,,i,, b :k ,ith the less ot Ho cannon. Ihe Vittoiyw iv,]l..n. at aa immense sacrifice 3UOO IHlving fileii. Letter. 3()Oo thai a neW Ilus.iun corps of invasion is about to penetrate fc. 8try, through the passes ot M.in'se aud H e«K ￼ thence gain the plain of the 1 he^s tlnou h rhi.isth?,n..h..t.otn..?hwhch? e"rly part of the year by General ""?' wllO lost ,hi? ? his army hl'l""e he oould etl't:"t hi. retreat, The head-quarters ot uakieui » re (1I1 ,|ie »jtli uJI., at Kn.chnll. lIol'e thel'e "l'p""l'e.l nom him a nil. at Kaschiiu. Here there »n ca]Jt(J proclamation, in which all .ulthin "-4 hours, |1 upon to give up all arms of aibunged! ou pain of being speaied by it. wt, accor ding to circuinstanu uud united his ^M.I' sSie'Xrtt,^ —'ernes-! \11'. kn\ hi:nbt:U i in 'Iransy.M"1-
GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. ANGLESEY. BEAVMAUIS, TUESDAY, JULY 3. licfore the lIon, Win. Owen Stanley, Chairman pro telll" turd Vivian, N. J. (juddurd, Esq., E. E. Meyrick, Esq., Lloyd J. Price, Esq., and lirai Mr.'Lloyd.Maei-y-poilh.Esq., \»hu qualified and look hi. seat on tho 1$<ollch. The Chairman briellv informed the jury that th. few bills wliich'wouM bejlaid before them were aim- j) e larcenies, with which they would have no dif- Ii, nlty ill dealing. The grand Jury having retired, vr. Eo Jones, the County Treasurer, moved for u county late of ninepence in the pound. This he cul- cnlaied would enablee the county to clear its quota ot t1.e cxpeiisn 01 the New Lutntio Asylum, and \I ollld place funds lit their disposal to meet the nn. tieipmid expendituie of the ensuing quarter. The ¡".t rate was sixpence. — All iweii. Mr. Jones had also been requested to apply, on the p; rt of the parimh of Holyhead, that the sum ol (i»e poundj annually be paid to ti e police othcer, com- mencing on the ht ot January, 1849, for the use 01 his roviii and luvniture, which had been appropriated hv the niHgistratcs for holding their meetings.—Ad- journed 10 the next Sessions. An older was inade tor a first instalment of £100 towards the rebuilding of Deny liridge, in this county. APPEALS. I Chester and Hothead liail way Company appel- ant; Llanidan, Llangatto, and Llaneinwen Jrespon- | dents. These several appeals were respited, by con- oenl, until next Quarter, in the expectation of an ami- cable airangeinent being come to. Llangeiuwan, appellant; Trcwalchmain, respon- dents. Order qua>lud by consent, In an appeal against an order in bastardy obtained by Margaiut Priichaid agaiii:st Owen Evans-the order was quashed. LARCKXY. Rohert Parry, labourer, pleaded not guilty of baile'y—the propelly of Hugh Jones, ol the parish ut 1. i'W,nii« vlo. .Mr, ltobt. Pi itcliard shortly stated case the for the I rosecution. and produced in evidence. Kichaid Junes, who returning home from I)ulas morning ol -Monday April 30, utcompained by one Win. W illi.mis, ot liraumaiis, observed a |light in V.-lin llacii, whieh circumstance induced them to iipptoicii the mill. Obseiving the door ajar, sent ti.e lad Williams to louse up the owners of the mill, w !io lived close t>v, himself guarding the door jit-oped t.'iroo-U thu ki-v liole iiiid saw the pribuner (fiauding on the floor with a candie in his hand, and lose by him a bag. Griffith Jones and his brother .u.iif up and ovei iiauled the mill, without finding ,„iW.y. Witness replied that there must be tome- l.odv, lor he hail seen liobin Party there. Made ¡,Irtl,cr scinch himsell, 8I:d at the top of the mill on tlie outsiile, hoidinq on by thereof, one foot resting "II the Weather lieaimhe other balancing over, dis- OHI" I'II"/ler at the bar. Carne down and sent J1 uUli Junes up. On coming down, again observed the ba^ cm the floor, which was taken charge of by Ellis the policeman, who on measuring the contents tound it to contain 3J quarts ot barley. The" itness was cross-examined byMr.Powell,who defended the prisoner; nothing contradictory was however elicited. Isaac Jones, brother to the owner of the property, corroborated the testimony of Kichard Jones in the .1111 particulate, having accompanied his brother to the null, when alarmed by Win. Williams. Brother 1111,1 sell have the charge of all corn in the mill; rc- lOgnizcs the bag containing the 3± quarts ot barley, Juibiu Patr'v and Ins children being ill the habit ot bringing bai ley in it lu for grinding. 1 he witness had to submit to a rigid eross-exami- ation, the object being to establish u joint-tenancy in the null. Xo ot.iei cnawer could however be elicited th-II this-the acting alternately as miller with his brotlu r, without participating inthe;))onts Ol re. Civing any lived salary—the remuneration for Ills e-c. iceJueing whatever he chose to ask for and Ins tnoinei' to ^ive. Theie ni ght be as many as Jiliy I'tner sacks in the null that night, but would not say he coulil iileiu:ly tlieni all. It must have been the toll com ihat was in the prisoners bag, 1 egalise the t%,Il-biti had been disturbed; and if it had not ucen so there would LUYC settled down upon ii a thick eo.it ot dust, which was not the case. OWe" Jones, a earner lo the mill, identified the sack, luuing liequently had occasion to spak to pri- koner's children about bringing corn in it in such a lllate. Ellin Jones, servant at Velm Bilch, accompanied the prosecutor and others lo llie mill on the night ol the search did not see tiny thing at first; but on going hack to the house, had her attention arrested by a nvie, and looking back saw Kobin Parry letting bllls.1 down by a rope Iroin the top ot the uii.l he lell-jumped up, and commenced running. Lifted up her band, und cried out, Itobin, its no use luniiug." Isaac Jones pursued and andovartook Richard Ellis produced the bag found in the mill, thecon'ents ot which were 3) quarts of barley. It Jiild been in his custody till now. This was the case lor the prosecution. Mr. Powell said there were two other witnesses on the b¡;c 01 the iiidietineni, tile ought to be examined. Jlr. Ptitchard said they were in court, and the advocate tor the deienee might examine them if lie thought proper. Hugh Jones the prosecutor was then put into the box, and examined. The mill is the property Lord Dinoibeii and witness is tenaut-at-wiil. Is sole mastci, and there is no partnership between self nnd brotliei. Oives his brother something when he calls fur it, and there has been no settlement between them during Ii\'e Jears, only day by day as th brother asked tor it. Had u Ircsli taking of the mill on succeeding his lather, but the brother bad no share in tire taking. Mr. t'uweii. addressed the jury with considerable effect on behalf of his client. Tile chief scope of the advocate's observations went to establish an iinpression on the minds of the jury that a partner- ship did exi t beween the brothers Jones, ns in that case, the indictment must tail. Hisfriend had certainly made out a case of strong suspicion against the pri- oner, he had not been able to prove by the evidence that Kobeit Parry, was the undoubted guilty party, which was requisite before the jury could cjnvict. 'i he humanity of the law provided mat, where there existed a doubt, the futt benefit of it was to be given to the prisoner, and he asked the jury whether they could conscientiously bring in a verdict ot guilty against a poor mall on the evidence adduced in this t?e. Had they not a doubt—a very strong doubt in their minda as to the prisoner's gullt ? if such were the case he submitted that th:irleldil;" "I?u. be one of not guilty. The jury, at the close of the Chairman's summing up reined to their room, and after some time, came back to the box with the following verdict:- We agree that he has been in the null, but we are not agreed as to the bag." Chairman— Y ou must rctlle again, gentlemen. Mr. Powell insisted that the verdict amounted to an utiquittal. The Cnairman directed the jury again to retire, staling that they were bound to tind a verdict 01 guilty or not guilty upon the charge laid in the in- dictment. If they were of opinion that the prisoner bad entered the mill with a felonious intention, they must tind a verdict against him. .Mr. 1'owell icspecilully submitted that the course which the Court was nuw taking was not anctioncd by tne law, and be?des. sending the jury back with bucii an intimation from the bench would operate against the prisoner. He contended that whatever the jmy found in lact, the Court was to explain in law. T he jury returned a second time with a verdict of (jUlil} 1\1.: l'wcll applied to the Court to tnkt, a note of halt v"Jtcllun, to wtuch the Cnairman assnilcd. ,\i,. at a subsequent period 011 calling w iiiicssei. to character,and making a lew observations ill iiiiiigatiou ul puniblllnent observed that un looking into o'.iiie law cases he tound that the Belich were empowered lo diiect tho juiy to return it they thought piopcr, as had been done ill the present instance. hcuiciictd to three Dlonth. imprisonment and hard 1111" Thomas Hughes, late of Twllycluwdd, Pentraeth, Jahnutci, pieaui d Not Uuiliy to stealing, on the 21st ol March last, one coal, one pairol trousers, a waist- co.IT, and one pair ot shoes, the properly of Thomas Jones, 0: labourer. Mr. J. Jones lor tile prosecutor, called Thomas Jones, the prosecutOr, whu deposed that lie was a servant at Cerreglandeg. Lost the clothcs one night from the roof of his sleeping roulll where they had been spread out. Went about ihe neigh- hood with a pattern of the cloth, with a view ol dis- covering the thief; and in consequence of informa- tion he had received, went with a constable to 'i'wll- y-clawdd wheie the pusoner was 1\ servant. They lound a portion of the clothes 11\ the prisoner's loom, andhe was told to biing out llie others, when Le took the shoes off his Icet, and reached IIpllir of trousers front near his bed, both being part of the Molell property. Owen Jones, prosecutor's fittl.cr, who was with his son when the clothes were tound, corroborated his testimony, Evan Owen, police officer, produced the articles, which were idenuhed. The piisoner (who was undefended) called a nuin. ber ot witnesses, who gave him a character lor honesty. In h;s dclence he denied all the witnes," statement, and produced Maiy Jones to HU.I:II' an alibi ?i? 11 ? l witness being put it into the box, in the mo.-t fiev mid easy manlier possible, uid she perfectly Well leuiciiibeied tile piisoner being h", bedteilowai Liau- j Ini on the li.sl Wednesday night belore last fair hut one. On coinpaiing dale-, however, it was tound t in It the period stated widely (littered Horn the date ol il.o i.Hence. oj !IH('ilh. Sentenced 10 lliiee months' illl.1 pi is .I..IICM ,JI 'Iwld lab.hi;. i Owen Jonea, joiner, of the parish of Llanedwen, pleaded Not Guilty to the charge of having, on the 27th of April lust, stolen a quantity of potatoes, the property of Lewis Joiteb, of Llwytioli, ill the same pal ih, farmer. Mr. Jones was for the pros. cutor, and Mr. 1 owell for the prisoner. Lewis Jones, the prosecutor, deposed that, m April la,t he and his servant man cut some potatoes for planting. They were ill two sacks iii it field. one of which containing about three cibbins, (u bushel and a halt,) vas taken away. Had suspicion of the pri- soner and went to his home to search, but did not find his property. Afterwaids heard that the prisoner had sold some potatoe sets to Thomas Roberts, who worked with prosecutor. Got a warrant to appre- hend the prisoner. Witness went, in company with Kichard Rowlands, Tyddynfadog, toThos. Roberts s held, and found the potatoes in his pORsesäion-re- cognised them as his property. Had cut them dittcrent to any other—as small as possible, because the haulms grew very high, and this kind of potatoe is scaice. Believes that no one in the neighbourhood has potatoes of the same kind. Richard Rowlands t,k the potatoes into his possession. Prisoner lives about a mile from witness—gave him permission to plant on his farm. The potatoes might now be seen, where planted, quite different troiii tl.e others which the ptisoner had planted along with them. Letticia Roberts, wife of TOlllas Roberts, deposed to having purchased a quantity of cut potatoes trom the priooer's wife. Pnsoner was present, and said he had them from Red Wharf. William Griliitb, servant of the prosecutor, iden- tified the potatoes as the property ol his master. Hichard ltowiands gave corroborative evidence. Mr. Powell addressed the jury for the prisoner, dwelling upon the evidence of the witnesses, as to the idendity ot the potatoes, to which he thought not the slightest credit was to be attached. lIe called Elizabeth Hughes, who deposed to seeing the pri, soner cut potatoes for planting, in April last. They were of a reddish colour. He said that he procured them from near Llangefni. Cross-examined by Mr. J. Jones Did not hear the prisoner say, that he got thetu from ncarKed Wharl. The Chairman, in addressing the jury, observed that notwithstanding the stress Inid by the attorney tor the defence upon the nopossibihty ofidemitymg the I'"wwes, they must remember that they had the positive evidence 01 the witnesses, who were farmers that the potatoes were of a peculiar sort,—and, grown only by the prosecutor in that neighbour- ho d, and thai ihey weit consequmtly Lewis Jones's property. Vermel Guilty. Sentenced to Six weeks' impri- sonment with hard labour. This closed the bnsineas of the Sessions. Attorneys in Court.—Beaumaris, -Messrs. J. Jones, Thomas Williams, U. Owen. Cleik of the peace, and Hugh Jones. Carnarvon, 1I1<rs. E. U, Powell, and H. L). Williams. Llwy.liarth Usgob, Mr. K.Prichard, Pias Peinivnydl, Mr. Thomas Owen. LI"lIgeflli, Mr. Wil.iuin Jones. Amlwch, fr. Benjamin Koose.
CARNARVONSHIRE. CARNARVON, JULY 5. Before the Right Hon. I.ord Newborough, chair- man, and the tollowing Magistrates of the County John Rowlands, Esq.; Captain MacDonald, Hev. Urillith Owen, Rev. John Owen, Rev. Wynne Wil. liams, Rev. Williams Ellis, Charles Wynne, Esq., G. A. lluddnrt, Esq. The Noble Chairman, in his address to the grand jury, regretted to say that crime had not by any meiins diminished since the last sittlllg of the court. Whether lilis lamentable (act arOSe merely from the increase of J1opu)aliUJt vrothcr cause, he was not pre. pared lo.ay but it wus some relief to be able to add, that the offences were generally of a slight character, and such as would give no trouble or present any difficulties. lIe would further obseive, thai in con- sequence of the expense incurred by the County in contributing to the North Wales Lunatic Asylum, it would be necessary to increase the County-rate. David Rral/s, 01 the parish of Llanllechid, pleaded Guilty, under the advice ol his advocate, ¡\1r.l'"well, to a charge of stealing, on the '2ifth otMay last, a bottle of gin, the pioptrty 01 Thollla" N^ay.or. Messrs. Hughes and Huberts, of Batigur, were. at- torneys for the prosecution. To be imprisoned itnll kept to hard labour for one week. Edward Williams, of the parish of Denio, pleaded Not Guilly to stealing on the 3rd of May last a shirt, the property 01 William Turner, and n piece 01 linen, the property of Catherine Turner. Mr. Powell stated the case for the prosecution, and called SHI all Turner, wife of the prosecutor, who deposed to missing the shirt and linen cl..th from her pienii- ses on the day named, just as the prisoner had left her house, in which he had resided as a lodger from the 5th of March to the day named. The shirt now produced by the constable, as having been found immediately altera ards at Bangor on the back of the prisoner, is the one which she lost. Mr. Richard 1). Williams defended the prisoner, but was unable to slwke the testimony iu chief given by the witness. Mr. John Lansborough took the man into custody at Bangor, ou the 4ih of May. He had on his back theshirl now produced, and was brought to Pwllheli, whoie it was identified by the prosecutor's wife. A boy proved that the prisoner had left at his lodgings iu Bangor a bundle, containing the shirt or piece of linen, which Lansborough's daughter had banded over to her lather that he might pioduce it hereafter. The piece of linen was also identified. This closed the prosecutor's case. Mr. R. D. Williams ably contended that tne shirts were taken away by mistake,—a view of the case which was strengthened by the tact that he made no attempt to conceal the bundle from the policeman, but actually directed him where to find it. The court stated the facts as proved in evidence. The jury fouiid their verdict Not Guilty. No true bill was found against Edward Hughes, charged with stealing a chest of tea trom the railway 8t:IUon. Several other bills were also ignored. JVVEMLB llEl'llAVlTY. I Mary Adams, a little gul, whose age rlid not exceed 11 yeais, pleaded Guilty to a charge of steal- illg from her master, Nlr. Robert Morris, of Trema- doc, a large sum of money, consisting of notes, silver, and gold, amounting to 1;13 7s. lid., on the 20th ot May last. Fiom inquiries made by the Court, which was evidently at u loss how to deal with a case of this difficult and painful nature, the child's father is a eaunetmakcr, icsiding at Brownlow-hill, Liver- poo!, llie oil y party who visiied her since her com- mittal to prisoll. blie WIIS directed to be removed trom the bar, uutil, the bench should rllake up their millds as tu her punishment. Hubert Jones pleaded Guilty to siealing, in the parish of Ihnur, a watch, the pioperty ot John Griffith, and another w itch, the properly of Richard Jones, UII the loth of March last. To be kept to hard labour in the House of Correc- tion tor six months. Mr. Llewelyn Turner applied to the Court for the watches lo be restored to the prosecutor. Ordered. Lewis Tudor pleaded Not Guilty to a charge of stealing, in ti.? parish of Bangor, on the 28th of May last, 0 .heots o! wool, and lo cwt. of wool, of the )f .I, ..?d 1.) :?t. of wool, of till. Mr. Hugh Beaver Roberts stated the case fur the prosecution, from which it appeared that the prisoner and prosecutor were both in the wool trade at Holy- well, and had recently entered into a species of deal- ing analogous to that of employer and agent, the prisoner having aided the prosecutor in the purchase titi,ii farmers, ill this neigbourhood, and that of Pwdheii, of the wool in question, which he had been subsequently entrusted to carry to the railway station, addies ed to "Mr. J"hn Pierce," and to be let t at the Liverpool station until called for, in, teal of whi. h Íle altered the direction to his own, to be letl at .Manchester until called for. Mr. K. 1). Williams then called John Pierce, the prosecutor, Holywell, who mi- nutely described the dealill he had had with the prisonei. They had been in a kind 01' partnership together, but prosecutor had got no proofs. This was piior to May last. In thut month prisoner, by letter gave him lo understand that 11'001 was to be bought lit Bangor; but on this going there none was to be had. They subsequently got some at Pwllheli, although they had to wait whilst it was sheared. Remained at I)wllleli ail),,ut it fortnight prisonei let! three days belore wit; said ne would liuy all the wool he o"id lur witness. Paid for ihe woid and all prisoner'. expences. Next 8UW pri- soner at the Royal Oak, Carnarvon went with him to B\Hlflwwydd: next n101nin iaiJ furund received two pack* oi wool from'Thomas Hughes, the wool, 3 packs and pari of a fourth, to the Railway ta,iulI, Bangor; prisoner had bought some more wool at llangor, which w itness pUHI for-ahout 3 pucks; piisoner was present when witness paid for Ilhe WUIII ubi IIi", d a receipt for the money. Took the wool to the railway station, Lewis ludor, ac- companying the earner there: got II direction on a piece ot leather, John Pierce, 6 bags ot wool, Duke's Dock. lt,iiw,,y Stati..I, Liverpool." Gave the direction lo Lewis Tudor to take to the railway station. Lewis l'udor and witness lelt for Liverpool next morning (Tuesday 29lh May) inquired after the wuol, biit iioiie wits tlkert,t tilled scveial tiiiieti, wi)'out ieeciving any intelligeme -1 the wool. t'ti.?!h'rh.?J on ?'fmaytnornn?t'?t he was deter- mined oil going to Cluster to look alter llie w. ol— UU his icluiu hitt llie wml1 hall been inis.-ent to ( reue, and would be relumed either on Saluiday oi Monday morning. Prisoner would "n.y ul 2s., sir,iug lie wdulu walk from l';abttia,l1; IU 1111 iI toiuay evening he was g ong lo a liieod « It,HhC ..[ Wool o.i, one K.J.J.n?'tosU.y "Ht M?'t.t? isaw tne Hiid Richard Jones at tne Ex.hangc, ou Monday, wlri denied having seen prisoner, who had not been Hf Ills Imu-e. inquired tiequeiniy loi illi wo il; ii did .i"l >o.i| Came to llaogoi Ine lo.l^ ow- ing W dn».lay, and ininle inquiriis at llie railway station, Ica.i.t then' luai the wool ha t been sent to Manchester according Ii) t1H prisoner's direction. W,l.l lI) .'l'1I1"lu¡t <111 1 llaCld it WVll .11.' ii.ill,e. 1'11, »i«l jA,I\¿ tw hllu 111.11.. tlia.i i. I, i 1 >• » •> 1 | qr., and 2" Menti?he ???''?? now ?rodneed. Had marks on them one 0, them had ?en ?????'"?,'?',??ec<.u)ds?r to it. been no doubt Te wool. When he recovered ^nd that the sheets had -nipti,l t,?d ''Hv''??'c'.??????? been ""y profit made during the three months, witness and pnsoncr com't'rned in I"ha,ing wool, iL would have been rSt;^n^m8^l^idhe would ^e witness,? servant in purcha??ing the wool. Tudor had failed subsequently to the i,n«Bof the wool • at least he had told witness that the officer, had seized on h.s ¡¡omls. f- 'G-" rimth.-t'as SC Cross-examined 8' by Mr. 11. B. Griffith-Has ''— pri.onPr since Christms; he ￼ then ,111 ""??':?H'r.?"???? ￼ ￼ I kE^nr icrrinSHo^Sl-hip with it lasted n?s? t three months, and ceased some time mApn the lot thev were concerned in was sold oH, and wil1le. LYe%t the money back into h? poc- ??fi? t.d .?..?r he "<?)d b.r? nothing more to do with him h? remained on hand abcu? 120 bs 01 bl „ k ?) which they tcoutd not dispose oi, .h was sold by the prisoner, and appropna ed to h s ?'? o. Lent prisoner two sovereigns before start- ??. It was about a month or six weeks after this when prisoner induced witn? to come to 1 .?'r It was in consequence of the prisoner's bad con,luet thai lie broke olf with him but was induced to join him again, by his representations that there was plenty t woo' to be had and plenty of profit for them. Prisoner usually accompanied witness when thev made the purchases of wool, but W'UICBS paid for them. Did not go to the raUway station at Ban- gor himself to see the wool otf; prisoner did go. Re-examined—Prisoner did not furnish any money to make purchases of wool. There was no arrange- ment as to profits, if any. Witness, being stranger, employed pr soner who knew the farmers. By the COUIl.-Paid for Tutor's meat. drmk. and tebacco and as to profit, there was none. When hiring servants, expects to have some profit from them. Had nothing to pay Tudor, because lie had profit from him. Had there been some profit, he would have been bound to give him something as servant not as partner. Had there been any loss, Tudor would not have borne any portion ot it; for it was witness's money. Ellis Davies, a earner residing at Bangor, remem- bers seeing John Pierce at Bangor on Whitmonday morning. A,kcd witness to wiite him a direction for 6 bags of wool, John Pierce, to be lelt at the Railway Station, Liverpool, till called for. Wm. Williallls, II porter to the Railway station, Bangor, remembers 3 sacks of wool and part of an- other being left at the station on a Saturday, ihe carter said they were for Liverpool, and that Lewis Tudor would come there in a short time and look alter them. Lewis Tudor brought 2 other sacks same day, and another on Monday morning. Lewis Tudor put a direction on one of the six sheets-all of which were in one trunk-dill not notice the di lection. Frederick George Richards, clerk at the Railway Station, Balig(ir. -Recollects prisoner coming to the station on Monday 28th 01 May, and asking for a direction note for some goods-said they were going to Manchester, in the name of Lewis ludor -the jiotc now produced is that which was given. [Read by the officer of the Court.] 6 sheets, 14 cwt. 1 qr. 24 lbs. Louis Tudor, Manchester." Richard liartindale,-Is a felt-monger residing near Manchester purchased six packs of wool from prisoner on the 4th of June last. Saw prisoner on tho preceding Saturday, when he asked witness to go and look at the wool to the railway station, Bank Top bought it on Monday, the prisoner de- livering it at witness's yard. It came to E49., which w itness paid Tudor. I Henry Murphy, of the Liverpool Detective Police, apprehended prisoner in London told him he was charged with stealing about £ 70 worth of wool from Bangor in Wales prisoner said he did not steal it, he being a pattiier-said he sold it to Mr. Martin- dale at Manchester, but had got into bad company, and lost the money. Said further he had neither moiiev, friends, or clothes in London. After much search, found a purse containing a 1;20 note and 15 sovereigns, and some new clothes at a residence of a iiiati named Southcy, who at first denied that Tudor had left any property there. Took charge of the property and brought the piisoner to Liverpool, and from thence to Bangor. This was the case tor the prosecution. Mr. Bodvan GritHth submitted that there was no case to go to the jury; and cited Jervis's book to show in U case of a joint-tenancy if one takes away, it is no larceny. There being clearly a partnership subsisting between the parties, the course open to the prosecutor would be to file a bill in equity; but thinking that the purse of Carnaryon was strong enough, and wishing to save his own, he thought well to set up this prosecution. Mr. It, D. Williams said the authority quoted had nothing to do with the case, lor no partnership had been established; nothing beyond a certain remu- neratil," ill case of protlt. The Chairman did not think that the jury could infer for a moment that there had been a partner- ship-such a thing was quite out of the question. The case must go to the jury. JlIr, H. B. Griffith ably addressed the jury on the presumption that the prisoner acted under the impression of i" being a partnership concerii and expressed himself satisfied that the jury would never peril a respectable man's liberty by finding him guilty on evidence so slender. The Chairman summed up unfavourable to the case of the prisoner; and the jury after an hour's deliberation returned a verdict of Guilty. To be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for six months. The money and clothes were ordered to be given up to the prosecutor. Richard miliums, pleaded Xot Guilty to a charge of stealing from the person, on the 12th of April last, in the parish of Abererch, a variety of articles and sterling coins, amounting to E5, the proporty of John Williams. Air. Powell stated the case for the prosecution, from which it appeared that the prosecutor got in- toxicated, after buying some cattle, at Four Crosses fair; and was in company with the prisoner when last seen by a man named Hughes. lie had his arm round the prosecutor's waist, and WaS offering to take him home. The watch and money lost by the prosecutor were next day found in possession of the accused. The case for the prosecution rested upon the evi- dence of John Williams, fanner, Richard Hughes, and David Davies, constable, which latter proved an admission on the part of prisoner of being pos- sessed of the articles. lie, in fact pointed out the place where the purse and money had been thrown. Air. Turner ah!y addressed the jury in defence, en- deavouring to establish the fact that prosecutor and prisoner had been eating and drinking together; and that the knife was put iiifo the pocket of the prisoner by mistake at the conclusion of their repast, both being drjnk; and that on their return from the public house, where prosecutor had been most madly exhibiting his purse and watch, they were kindly taken from him by his companion, in order that they might not tall into worse hands. JIlr. Turner con- tended that there was nothinz in the subsequent con- duct of the prisoner to justify the assumption that he would not have returned the articles had time been given him but that the activity of Mr. David Davies had taken him by surprise, and frightened him into that temporary concealment which was the most suspicious circumstance in the case against him. In putting the case to the jury, the chairman doinolislied ihe plea set up for the prisoner; and the jury found him Guilty. Air. Turner proceeded to call witnesses to character, and their testimony was pretty favourable. To be kept to hard labour in the House of Correc- tion for two months, Ann Jones, Thomas Wilhami, and John Thomas pleaded Not Guilty to a charge of stealing, on the lilth oC May last, in the parish of Llanhaiarn, some wearing apparel, the property of Griffith Jones. Mr. Powell stated the case for the prosecution. It was one of hedge stealing—a pair 01 black trowsers which were hung out to dry, having been taken by one of the party, and traced to its possessor whilst in company with the rest, who therefore stood identified with the theft as actual participator. The witnesses called could not speak positively as to the identity of the prisoners, nor in II manner to connect them either with the case or each other; and the female prisoner denied all knowltdge ot the lOen, The Chairman put the case to the jury in a manner most favourable to the prisoners. The Jury alter u brief interval found their verdict Not Guilty, with reference to all the prisoners. This closed the criminal business, and the Court adjourned until ten o'clock the next day, for the hearing of appeals.
ME)UO\ErHSHmE.-UAi.A, JrLY 5. An adjourned scKsion for the eoulltr of IIleriolleth, was held'before Edward Llo.d, Esq., R, W. Price, Esq., and li. P. Lloyd, J'.sq, Mr. G. J. Williams moved to lodge and respite three appeals for the removal of paupers trom Llanenddwyn nhd Mr. Ju,le, opposed the motion, because sufficient time had not elapsed belore the lust day of the session, and the flth of April last and for which the appellants had given notice; also because it was not the practice of this session to receive appeals at adjourned sessions. Mr. Williams said the attorney for the appellants leel come to Doigcllcy, on tile hth ot April, to enter the ap- peal, hut found the Court lia.l risen at 11, as it wusUoud c'riuay also, unless the practice of (he Court precluded the eilt'. 'v, thev were houn d to receive the same. file Clerk of't J; tf i1:, ;l\lillt lie li.i.l searched tile bOt) k s, hut tound that there was no entry of au appeal having lie.ui catered at an a Ijotiruuient. The Court sail, under all (he circumstances, they would allow (Jill appeal to he entered.
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DENBIGHSHIRF. RUTHIN J'IILY 3.-Before John Heaton, Esq., Plas Heaton, Chairman, and the following bench of magis- trates J. J. Foulkes, Esq.. Eriviatt; Thomas Down- ward, Esq., Bathafarn Park; Colonel Yale, Plas-yn- Ytte; Archdeacon Newcome, Ruthm; James Maurice, Esq., Ruthin; R. M. Wynne, Esq., Eyarth House; Bevis Tnelwall, Esq., Bryn-y.ffynon; R. M. Biddulph, Esq., Chirk Castle; Rev. E. Evans, Llanarmon. The Chairman called the attention of the grand jury to two recent acU of parliament. The ifrst was an act repealing the punishment of transportation for lar. ceny, and the others was relative to the holding of petty sessions. (The Chairman read several extracts from both the acts.) He thought it would be right for him to impress strongly upon their minds the necessity of looking to the cleanliness of their neighbourhood. It was highly probable that they would shortly be visited by that horrible scourge the cholera. which was making rapid strides in various parts of the kingdom; and it had been demonstrated beyond contradiction, that one of its greatest checks was cleauliness. There was one other point to which lie also wished to call their attention. The magistrates were extremely anxious to endeavour to improve the morals of the younger classes of prisoners, by separating them trom elder pri- soners. This would necessarily involve the county in some expense; but he felt assured that the ratepayers would not object when they took into consideration the beneficial results likely to follow. The calendar of prisoners for trial was rather a light one, and there was no case that called for any remarks from him; should they want any advise, the bench would be ready to afford it. The grand jury soon returned two true bills. Martha Pindding, late of the parish of Wrexham, charged with stealing two petticoats, pleaded guilty to both indictments. Sentence, Fourteen day" impritonment on thefirst indictment, and fourteen day,, on the second. Eleanor Winter, late of the parish of Bodavon, was charged with stealing seven sovereigns, the property of Miss Jane Poyzer. The prisoner pleaded guilty: and the brief not being delivered to counsel, the county was saved ihe expense of II. :-1.. 6d. Several witnesses gave the prisoner an excellent cfcuroctrr. Sentence,—Three months' imprisonment and hard labour. Elizabeth Foul/cis, charged with stealing some knives, and a glass, pleaded guilty. Sentence,—One month's imprisonment and hard labour. Before this person was sentenced, Mr. Sheffer, who was the clerk for the prosecutor's attorney in the case of Eleanor Winter, inquired from the Chairman whether he was bound to present the brief to counsel, as the woman had pleaded guilty, thereby putting the county to the expense of It. 3s. 6d. The Bench decided that as the brief had not been delivered, there was no necessity to do so, and that it would not be allowed. John Jones, late of Wrexham, charged with stealing two rabbits, pleaded not guilty. The details of which are expected shortly to be made public:—A director in a certain line was asked by the secretary to sign a check for the payment of a large sum for goods alleged to be delivered. The Jury found that the prisoner was of unsound mind when he committed the act for which he was indicted, and acquitted him accordingly. He was ordered to be kept in custody. John Morris, late of Llanrhaiadr yn Mochant, charged with stealing a quantity of barley, the pro. perty of Mr. Thomas Minshall, solicitor, Oswestry, who had a farm at Pentrefelin, in the above-mentioned parish. Verdict-Guilty. Sentence, three months' impri. sonment and hard labour. Thomas James, late of the parish of Llanddulas, charged with stealing an ass, the property of John Jones. Verdict-Guilty. Sentence, three months' impri- sonment and hard labour. The prisoner pleaded guilty to having been convicted before at Mold. Etan Williams, late of the parish of Cerigydrudion, charged with stealing an ass, value 208., the property of Richard Thomas, pleaded not guilty. Verdict, Guilty. Sentence, six weeks' imprisonment and hard labor. David Jones, otherwise David Hughes, late of the parish of Llanarmon, charged with stealing a quantity of flour, bacon, tea, sugar, &c., the property of Ellen Roberts. Verdict—A ot Guilty. Mr. Denton applied to the Court for an order to deliver a sum of money taken by inspector Griffiths, from the parents of one Parry, tried at last assizes for robbing the chest of the Union Club, at Abergele, and acquitted. Mr. Evans said the policeman had not the money. He had by advice given up the money to the prose- cutor; andhe wished to inform the bench that an action had been brought in the County Court. The Chairman said that they could not make an order. The remissness of the prisoner in not applying to the Judge at the assizes, was his own fault, and the magistrates would make no order. Before the grand jury were dismissed, the foreman said, the jury begged to remark upon the frivolous niture of the cases that were brought before them. Tiey were of opinion that they might be dealt with in a non; summary manner, and the county be saved a gnat expense. The Charman said that at present magistrates had mt the power to deal with such cases as those of wsich they complained, in a summary manner. He bdieved there was a bill now before parliament which wiuld give them that power. Mr. Denton said, he had a short motion to make. At the last assizes, a man named Parry was tried for rebbing the chest of the Union Club at Abergele. The imn was acquitted, but inspector Griffiths took a sum o1 money which was in possession of the prisoner's pirents, and which Griffiths had given up to the club, he applied to the magistrates to make an order upon Griffiths to give up the money; and he now made the application to them at the suggestion of Mr. Justice (resswell, who tried the case. He saw no reason why Griffiths should refuse to give up the money. He was prepared with affidavit to prove that both the prisoner and his parents were in possession of the money at the t me of the robbery. The man bad stood in that dock » be tried by a jury of his countrymen, and had been acquitted; and he thought that, as the police were uider the control of the magistrates, and as he was iistructed from the application made to Justice Cress- well, the learned judge was of opinion that the magis- tmtes had the control, and could oblige the policeman to restore the money.
FRANCE. The following is the latest news that has been re- ceived by the French Government from Rome A11MIUAL TllEHOfAHT TO THE MINISTER OF MARINE. << Civitu Vecrbia, July 3, Ten o'clock, a.m. The Chief of the Staff of the Army writes as fol- lows to the Commander in Chief of Civita Yceobia and to the admiral jtead Quarters, July 2, Ten o'clock, p.m. "'At this instant we are taking possessiou of the cites can Paolo, Portese, and San Pancrazio. The bastion No. 9 had been already occupied by our troops during the day. They will occupy the military posi- tions of which the General in Chief may think proper to take possession. Everything induces us to believe that the armv will be received in Rome on conditions conformable to the intentions and interests of 1 rauce. It appears that General Bedeau, having been ap- prised at Marseilles of the dispatch of General Oudinot announcing that the Roman Constituent Assellluly had abandoned further opposition, has written to the go- vernment for further instructions. The Minister of Foreign Affairs has replied by telegraph that he is to reffininjn the city. The Army of the Alps has been dissolved General Ma"iian, its commander, has been appointed Governor nf Strashunr. in pluoe of General Bongenel. It is announced that the Duke ot I,euciiteiH.erg is about to visit, with the consent of the Emperor ot nUBsia, his cousin, the President of the t rench Re- public. The duke will stay but a few days in Pans. Letters from Mulhausen state, that in consequence of ?return of tranquillity a manliest improvement in trade is obierv?tbl,. A considerable demand has arisen for cotton, twist, and cloth, and there was a consequent rise in prices. 'M"' Pined.; left Pa? )n Thursday for En?and. charged with a mission from the Minister of Agrio ture aud Commerce.
Ctty of London Election. This election has terminated, as everybody antici- pated, in the return of Baron Rothschild, Lord John Mariners having entered the field under circumstances which rendered success hopcless. At the close of the poll the numbers were 6619 Manners. 3104 "n Wednesday, the Sheriffs declared Baron Roths- child to be duly elected to serve in Parliament as one of the representatives for the City of London. Some very violent speeches were delivered, and Lord John Manners was interrupted repeatedly by shouts of" No Peers," "No Bishops," "No nothing," from the mob. Let us now see how this strange thing came to pass. One cause, was the proviso of Sir James Graham's bill, for amending the registration in 1841, providing that thereafter" the third question prescribed by the ori- ginal Ile.orm Bill should no longer be put to the voter. Tliat third question was, whether the voter still pos- cessed the qualification for which be was registered. We now quote Bell's Messenger' "The etfect of abolishing this question, therefore, has been to permit men to vote as householders who are no longer householders, having been ejected from their former tenancies for nonpayment of rent, rates, and taxes, or other causes indicating that state of cir- cumstances which totally disqualifies them from being suitable persons to exercise such a constitutional trust. The result has been what might have been anticipated a subsequent influx of indigent voters, and a conse- quent margin for the largest exercise of the monied power" in buying up such a class of voters. An ex- ample of its effects, perhaps, was never seen in a greater extent than in the late eleotion of Baron Rothschild. The second cause, but which is very much akin to the first, was the bringing up of a very numerous body called "The 'Jong-shore men," a body so called be cause they chiefly live on the banks of the river. It is said to consist of between 1400 and 1500 men, all bound together in a river-side club and as regards election purposes, governed by a set of rules and regulations not of the very purest kind. A candidate requiring their aid must apply to the elub, or to some person deputed to act for the assootation, and to admit or reject the terms-offered. The third cause is also well explained by a paper entitled by its ability aud reputation to a degree of credit which no one will dispute. After stating that every one is asking whether the election has taken sueb a turn, the 1 Morning Herald' thus proceeds:— The City of London have made such a return. It is from the influx of low and purchaseable voters added year by year to the regis Jr. Of this class of voters we cannot give a better notion, than by simply copying a few lines from the I Register of Voters' of the parish in which our own office is situated." The editor then subjoins the following list of additional voters for his own parish, added in the single year of 1848, concealing, as he says, the surnames, because he has no wish to hold up the poor men to odium Name. Place of Abode. Qualification. 6, Poppin's-court Two Rooms B-Andrew 98, Shoe-lane Two Rooms 19, Harp-alley Two Rooms C-William 15, Little New-street. Two Rooms C-William 98, Shoe-lane. Two Rooms D-Charles 104, Dorset-court Two Rooms Of Now, all these are obviously London mechanics and labourers, living in lodgings, in narrow lanes and alleys, paying no rates, and never contemplated as electors, by any reading of the Reform Bill. Fourteen hundred of such voters were added to the register for the year 1848. The Conservative Association took objections to as many of these manufactured voters as it could detect; but these objections were-the whole 1400 at onoe-summarily dismissed by the Revising Barrister, in last year's revision; and thus the whole mass of fictitious votes were retained in readiness for yesterday's occasion. And when these new voters, fabricated for the purpose, were added to the majority gained by Mr. Rothschild in 1847, we have a total of nearly 3000-almost the whole majority of yesterday's poll.' Now add a fourth to the above three causes,- namely, that the day of election was so managed by the Whigs, by the hasty issue of the writ, and by the appointment of the day of election, that Lord John Manners had not more than a single day to canvass, ex- cluding the Sunday, which a man of nis principles could not use for the purpose, and it will be needless, we think, to add more in explanation of the Baron's return. In plain words, the Conservatives had neither sufficient time nor notice to come up, whilst all Baron Rothschild's voters, like the cash at his banker's, had only to be drawn upon, and were payable at sight.
University Intelligence. I OXFORD. PROFESSORSHIP OF MODERN HISTORV.—A vacancy has been created in this chair by the much lamented decease of the venerable Professor Smyth, who oceu- pied the same for a period of 42 years. The Profes- sorship of Modern History was founded by George I., K24, and was held by the poet Gray from 1768 to 1771. The Queen appoints during pleasure, and the salary is 4001. a year. CAMBRIDGE, JULY 3. I At a Congregation holden yesterday the following degrees were conferred:- Doctor qf Lams: J. G. Middleton, St. John's Col- lege.—Bachelors of Divinity George Chambers, St. John's Colleire W. H. Guillemard, Pembroke College. Thomas Chaffers, A.M., of Bresenose College, Oxford, was admitted ad cundcm.—Masters qf Arts: W. John- son and J. A. Yonge, King's College H. Ainsile, II, Barton, G. Brien, C. W. Clarke, If. De Winton, W. Dobson, F. Ellis, C. B. Ewart, C. C. Ferin, F. H. Gall, W. B. Grenside, H. F. Hallam, A. B. Hemsworth, C. G. Hill, W. C. Hope, Jos. Kay, Frankliu Lushington, Thomas Markby, Frederick, Peel, G. D. Rowley, E. D. Selwyn, G. A. Seymour, II. W. Sharp, John Smith, J. II. Standen, J. Stephens, W. W. Tailby, J. H. Sykes, F. C. Thompson, L. C. Wallieh, and Thomas Warner, Trinity College; E. Allen, F. Bacon, J. Baden, C. D. Butterfield, W. W. Cooper, H. M. de la Condamine, J. Eastwood, W. Franklin, G. Frost, Ho- race Gilder, W. Ilarkness, J. M. Holt, E. R. J. Ilowe, If. Jones, T. B. Lloyd, W. L. Pendered, S. S. Penny, J. B. Sargeaunt, W. B. Smith, H. B. Stedman, and II. T. Wroth, St. John's College; A. Atkinson, F. B. King, C. B. Mansfield, J. Y. Robins, C. J. C. Town- send, and J. Wardale, Clare Hall; J. A. L. Airey, W. H. Brown, and E. Dalton, Pembroke College; F. N. Budd, R. W. W. Cobbold, W. H. Smyth, and H. L. Watson, Cains College; E. P. Cambridge and J. Gel- dart, Trinity Ha]); J. G. Bourne, H. Clark, R. Hard- ing, J. J. Harrison, W. Hunt, W. H. Pritchett, and W. F. Wliish, Corpus CoHe?e; F. Joplin and R. Malone, Queen's College; C. Churton, Catherine Hall; E. L'E3trange Dew, F. J. Roughton, J. Russell, and H. Venables, Jesus College; T. A. Banham, G. S. Goodwin, G. Birch, W. 0. Jenkyn, J. A. Carter, and P. E. Wrench, Christ's College; E. L. Barthon, J. Lodge, J. G. Child, G. C. Pease, and F. J. Walker, Magdalen College; J. S. M. Kyrll, F. Veasey, W. Mulleneux, W. W. R. Williams, J. B. Vale, und A. Wood, Emmanuel College; G. T. B. Kingdon, Sidney College; J. Edwards, G. S. Gamble, and C. J.PrestoD, Downing College.— Bachclor of Arts: C. K. Robinson, Catherine Hall. Before the same Congregation, D. Westcott, of Tri- nity College, recited his prize essay. Before a Congregation this day, Henry Day, of Tri- nity Hall, recited his English poem, which carried off the Camden medal; John Daniel Williams, of Trinity College, recited his Greek ode; D'Arey Wentworth Thompson, of Pembroke College, recited his Latin ode, John Daniel Williams, of Trinity College, re- cited his epigrams, which obtained Sir William Browne's medal; and Frauois Kewley, of St. John's College, recited the exercise, which bore away the Porson prize. ST. PETER'S COLLEGE.—On Saturday the follow- ing gentlemen were elected to fellowships in this so- cietyMatthew Baillie Begbie, W. A. Porter, and B. Davis.
HOUSE OF LORDS,-TUESDAY. I Petitions against the spread of beer shops, and on other subjects were presented. AUDIT OP RAILWAY ACCOUNTS BILL. On the motion of I.ord MONTEAGLE, this bill passed through committee. Adjourned at half-past seven o'clock. HOUSE OF COMMONS,—TUESDAY. The chair was taken at twelve 0 clocK. Tho Eastern Uni?n and Eastern Counties Hail. ways Amalgamation, &c., was read a third time and passed. POOR RELIEF (IRELAND) HILL. Lord NAAS proposed R clnuse authorising persons now entitled to deduct their reatcs from the rent, to enter into agreement to pay the rates themselves, which was approved by Lord John Russell, ar.d carried by 71 to 10. The further progress of the bill was then postponed till Thursday. POLICE RATES. I Lord D. STUART moved for the appointment u a select committee to inquire into the manner of making the assessment in the for the maintenaiue of the inetroplitan police, and into the expenliiure hereof, as well as into the general administration of the lorces, und especially into the recent annual increased charge of upwards ofi35,000 on the county (If 111 "hlleex. Sir lx. I.i II iY objected to tl", appointment of sueh a but was willing to furnish the House with all the information on the subject ill his pos session. He theielore, moved as nn siiieiidiiient, a return of such documonts as contained the liibirn.i- tion referred 1O, After a long debate the amendment was carried by a majority of 137 to 28. The People's Charter.—After the presentation of numerous petitions in favour of the charter, I Mr F. O'CONNOR rose to move the following re- solution That this house the great principle that labour is the source of aU wealth, that the people are the only legitimate source of power, that the rabourer should be the first partaker of thruits of his own industry, that taxation without relwntation is tyranny, and should be resisted, <ind believing that the resouroes of the country would be best develojied by laws made by representatives chosen by the la- bouring classes in conjunction with those who live by other industrial pursuits; that (in recognition of the above great truths) this house adopts the principles embodied in the dooument entitled the People's Charter, namely, annual elections, universal suffrage, vote by ballot, equal electoral districts, no property qualifi- cation, and payment of members." The hon. member spoke at great length in support of his motion. He declared that the people had been deceived in the effeots of the three great measures avowedly introduced to ameliorate their condition-nsmely, Catholio Eman- cipation, the Reform Aot, and free trade-and main- tained that the great interests represented in the house were all repugnant to the interests of the working classes; whereas, if labour were fairly represented, then all elasses would be benefitted. Mr. S. W. CRAWFORD seconded the motion, which received also the support of Colonel Thompson, Mr. Hume, Mr. G. Thompson, and Mr. W. J. Fox. I Mr. CAMPBELL, Sir S. Strickland, and Mr. J. O'Connell, opposed the resolution. Lord J. RUSSELL denied that he had ever pledged himself, or the government to which he belonged, to resist any further measures of Parliamentary reform, and expressed himself as favourable to an extension of the franohise. He did not believe that we should en- joy as much liberty as we now have if we had only universal suffrage and equal electoral districts. These might do in an established democracy; but in this country all depended on the harmonious working of the constiution; on the Sovereign, the Lords, and the Commons not pushing their respective privileges to extremes, for if they did the constitution could not last a month (hear, hear). There would be an end to the constitution, and, with it, an end of temperate liberty. He did not say that they might not found on its ruins a democracy, powerful and flourishing; or that they might not, more probably, see, under the name of a democracy, a dictatorship powerful, terrible, und ab- solute but he did say that that temperate liberty which they and their anoestors had enjoyed tbey must part from and never expect to see it again (cllee>"), The noble lord proceeded to observe that the result of universal suffrage and equal electoral distriets-taigbt, after all, be a Conservative majority, as it had been in France, where the minorty, instead of submitting to the majority returned by universal suffrage, imme- diately formed plots for making the streets of Paris one vast scene of bloodshed, and for gaining, by force of arms, the objects which they could not obtain by legal means (hear, hear). There might be defects in our present system, but be did not think the advan- tages we enjoy of so trifling a nature as to justify in- curring the immense risk we should run in adopting the proposed changes (hear, hear). He opposed the motion, because he believed it would tend to produce the greatest evils, and, also, beoause they were poss- sessed of benefits which, were they lightly to run the hazard of losing, they would be amongst the most un- wise and foolish persons who ever existed (cheers). Mr. MUNTZ was not surprised that the noble lord had availed himself of this opportunity of explaining the declaration which had acquired for him the nick- name of" Finality Jaok" (laughter). Lord J. RUSSELL admitted that the nickname might be a very good one, though not appropriate, for the word finality was never used by him (laughter). Mr. MUNTZ urged several objections to the motion, and intimated his intention to vote against it. Mr. O'CONNOR, in reply, disclaimed all sympathy with socialism and communism. He had always been opposed to them, but, to the last moment of his life, he would struggle for the establishment of the people's charter. On a division, the motion was negatived by 222 to 13. Sale of Bread.—Mr. BANKES then rose to move That the house do resolve itself into a committee of the whole house, for the purpose of considering the means of more effectually preventing frauds in the sa:e of bread, and also of providing in the manufacture of bread against the use ofdeleterioua ingredients in that article." Mr. LABOUCHERE had no objecolon to the intro- duction of a bill, but declared his disapproval of the principle. After some discussion, during which several mem- bers objected to the proposition, as likely to inflict much inj ury on the bakers, the resolution was carried by 90 to 37, and leave was given to bring in a bill. Mines and Collieries.—On the motion of Air. NVYLD, a bill to enable her Majesty's Secretary of State to appoint inspectors of mines and collieries, and to pro- vide the means of payment for such inspection, was read a first time. The house adjourned at half-past one o'clock. WEDNESDAY. The Speaker took the Chair at twelve o'clock. Hoghton's divorce bill and the highway (Distriot Surveyors) bill were read a seoond time. Numerous petitions in favour of tbe protection of females anJ against the granting of any more licenses to beerhouses were presented. Mr. EWART withdrew the marriage by licenses bill till next session. The real and personal property conveyance bill passed committee. The Marriage Bill.-The house went into committee on Mr. Wortley's bill for legalizing marriage with the sister of a deceased wife, and several clauses were agreed to. On the clause extending the operalion of the bill to Scotland, Mr. FOX MAULE protested against it, and stated upon the very highest legal authority in Scotland, that these marriages were not only voidable, but absolutely void. The effect of such a clause would be annihila- tion of the Established Church altogether, and he moved the following amendment:—" That this act shall not extend to Scotland, nor shall any thing therein contained alter, or be construed to alter, the law relating to marriage in that country." The LORD ADVOCATE took the opposite view, and supported tbe bill as neither contrary to the law of God or to the interests of the oountry. After a long discussion, the amendment was nega- tived by 119 to 66. The preumble was afterwards agreed to'with some amendments suggested by Mr. GOULBURN, who said he expected that, in the next session, some member would come down and propose the extension of suf- ferance to a still nearer degree affinity, and it was ordered that the bill should be reported on Friday. Copyhold Enfranchisement Bill.-The motion for the committal of this bill was opposed by Mr. Chris- topher, Lord Galway, Ir. Goulburn, and Sir G. Strick- land, and on a division, negatived by 71 to 60. Adjourned at six o'clook. THURSDAY. a IlousE OF LORDS.—The report of the Audit of Rail- way Accounts Bill, was received with amendments. The Loan Societies Bill, the Assaults (Ireland) Bill, the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Bill, the Soap Duties Allow- ances Bill, and the Sheriff of Westmoreland Bill, were read a second time. The] Militia Ballot Suspension Bill went through committee. Parliamentary Oaths.—The Earl of WICKLOW presented a petition from the Earl of Clanearty, com- plaining that in oonsequence of his conscientious ob- jections to take the oath of supremacy he was pre- vented from taking his seat, and praying their lord- ships to alter that oath. The house then adjourned. HorsE OF COMMONS.—The house assembled at noon and sat to 4 o'clock. The sitting was devoted to the discussion of clauses proposed to be added to the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill, which finally passed through committee. At the resumed sitting, Mr. HEYWOOD, at ths suggestion of Lord J. Russell, postponed to next session his motion on the Universities. Hudson's Bay Conipany.-Air. GLADSTONE moved an address to the Crown, praying her Majesty to di- rect effectual means to be taken to ascertain the lega- lity of the powers in respect to territory, trade, taxa- tion, and government, which are or recently have been claimed or exercised by the Hudson's Bay Company on the continent of North America, under the charter of Charles II., issued in 1670, or in virtue ofany other right or title, except those convened by or under the acts of George III. and George IV. The right hon. gentleman said that he understood the Hudson's Bay Company had no ohjeotion to the inquiry, and he trusted the Government would not make any. Mr. HA WES, on the part of the Government, was willing to assent to the inquiry. The motion was then agreed to. Tenant llight.—'tfr. J. O'CONNELL moved for leave to bring in a bill to establish by law throughout Ireland the custom of tenant right that has prevailed in the province of Ulster. The bon. member was pro- ceeding with his speech when the house was counted nut. FRIDAY. I HOCSE OF LORDS.—The LoM Societies, the As- saults (Ireland), the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, the Soap Duty Allowances, and the Sheriff of Westmore- land Bills, passed through committee.—-The Silver Coinage Bill was read a second time. Lord BROUGHAM submitted a series of resolutions on Prison Discipline to the house. HOUSE OF COM.NIONS.-At the early sitting, the report on the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill was brought up, and agreed to. On the Scotch Marriage Bill being postponed to Monday, Mr. P. MACKENZIE moved aa an amend- ment that it he postponed to that day three months. On a division this amendment was negatived by 136 to O'O.—The adjourued debate on Mr. Disraeli's Motion was then resumed. The speakers in favour of Bfr. Disraeli's motion wei-e-illr. G. A. Hamilton, the Earl of March, and the Marquis of Granby in opposition to the motion, (r. Slaney, Air. Hume, Sir It. Peel, and Lord John Russell. Air. Disraeli replied in a speech replete with the most biting sarcasm. The houso then divided, and rejected the motion by 206 to 156, being a majority, in a house of 4o2 members, of 140 in favour of the free trade policy.
A CCIlE Fott D;;AFNF.SS.—Mr. T. H. Wakley re- ports in the Lancet several cases in which deatiness has been cured or lelicteJ by the use of glyceiiue.
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH AND FOR% CORN TRADE. (From the Mark-lane Etyireu.) Up to this time all has gone on ts favou,»uv „„ ,4 be desired, and we rarely recollect a season as fj od1 vanced as the preseni with so few complaints u Mo hear of picces of Wheat looking indilfcrentlv in SOIll particular cases, but, as a rule, the reports are 1 unrversally of a satisfactory character. The rise wh "1 has taken place in the value of the article (amount* within a fortnight to about to. per qr.) cannot, therpf be attribute* to an apprehension as regards the future: it has been caused wholly by the supplies havingPr<"e<j inadequate to meet,the demand. Our letters from Scotland 'peak hichiy of the PO!r, made by the growing crops under the in8uence of tV able weather, and we hear nothing from thence to l us to believe that the Potatoea have been attacke • the bh!!ht, O..ioll, howHer, totheup?trdm ment in the aouthern mar k et?, to short -tok?, and ?"? auppties.Wheatrotets.to?.perqratKdit.bu,;?, Gia.gow,on Wednesday, Bud other articles were I, with increased ifrmness. From Ireland we learn that the appearance of the P tatees had improved since the smtitig in of the walm weather early in June, and sanguine hopes were enr" tained that the disease would proi-e much I ess ger,-ral than had at one period been feared. The growing c"" crops are described as highly promising. New t had begun to come forward pretiy freely, which h, caused a decreased consumption of Indian Corn, and consequent fall in its value. The reports as to the appearance of the growing crop, are generally of a favourable character from -11 Part, rf continental Europe; still prices have been well sule- ported on the other side. At the Lower Baltic Ports hardly anything seems u have been done in grain, business havitig been almis, suspended in consequence of the blockade From the Southern parts of Europe the reports 're generally good in regard to the probable result of Ii: harvest. In Spain and Italy cutting had been com menoed uuder favourable auspices.
I MARKET INTELLIGENCE I Frcm the London New Price Current. SUGAR. lo*day the New Sugar Duties came ;r,to operation; still prices declined for all kinds; arcduct;^ of6d. per cwt. has been submitted to for West Ind i which ou, only a small business to be concluded hi the paa or scale. The purchases amounted to hhd* &c„ including I33hhds, 2 trs 30 brls Barbadoes, wh;c>; went at father low rates good and fine yellow at 4 to 4ls, low and middling 38. 6d 10 39s Cd per cwl. n total purchases for the week are 900 hhds, &c. REPINED.—To-day there was greater activity in tl.e Refined Sugar market, and stiffer rates were obtained, brown Lumps selling at 518 to 51. 6d, and fair grocery ;;2s to 52. 6d per cwt. Bonded Crushed Sug»r was rather more in demand at 2s to 29s per cwt. and te market is firm. MAURITIUS.—This afternoon the market was better supplied wtth Mauritius Sugar. and at public sale the quantity offered amounted to 5,695 bags: the whole sold but at a reduction of 6d. pcr ewt, on last week's rate*- fine and superior yellow went at 40s to 42s. 6d, Rood 39$ to 39s 6d, middling 37s 6d to 38? I.d, low 36? 6d to ?, fair to good grey 37s to 39s, washed and syruppy ?2s 6? to 42s, low 2s 6d to 318. EAST INDIA.-This afternoon at public sale .j3 bag. Madras Sugai went at rather lower rates, balaa sold fine grocery at 42s 6d to 44s" middling aedgoed 39. 6d to 410 6d, and low 38s. 6d to ;,9. per cwt. FOREIGN.—This afternoon a public sale of 105 hhds brls Porto Rico Sugar went at rather lower rato, tut all sold; low to mtddling yellow at 38. 6d to 39s od, atd good to fine 401 to42s 6d per cwt. A cargo oford. yciio* Havannah sold at 21s. 6d. n MOLASSIS.—The market continues firm for West Ir., dia, and full rates are asked, whilst imports continue light. and deliveries are to a fair extent. There has, however, been only small purchases made this vrett, and 17a to 32s is the value of low to fine quality. Bengal Treacle has been dealt in with caution, and a desire i evinced to Mil at 16s 6d to ITs 6d per ewt. for 10" fine. COFFEE.—This afternoon the public sales of Cello Coffee consisted of 2,428 bags, and went at rather lo* rates; Native, real good ordinary, at tos 6d to ttos, d;, maged Sis to 3.J.s 6d; Plantation, low middling and mo- ling sound 50s to 58s; of Jam.ica 44, cabks were taw* in at 48s to 5?s for middling and low middling whilst TT bales 96 half bales Mocha sold for fchipping at 54s i, 54s 6d for middling greenish. COCOA.—West India continues in excellent demsi and former rahes are well Uf p.ried there is only moderate supply at marker, though the stock is Lr¡" than in 184b at this time. At public slile b.s Tr nidad were sold at 44s to 48 6d for middling to blie If" .;2. 6d for for fair grey, and 3". 10 4JS. for damaged, u: 25 bags of sound Grenada at -I<)s 6d to 12s for middling and good red, and 37 for grey. The market for fureig, is still quiet.
MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS. I The Bank of England averages for the week endir.: the 7th illst, when compared with the week precede; give the following results: Circulation issue, L28,309,73,5, decrease, £ 3.920: i tive circulation, £ 17,234,39-5: increase, £ <)7,ltfJ: lie deposits, E7,591,504, sits, L9,226,639, decrease, £ 110,288: Government HIL: ties in banking department, L14,3,3,S4S, iner., ior- other securities, £9,939,670, illerea>e, £17,803, eoill" bullion, E15,120,811, decrease, £ 67,312: Seven da)" other bills. fl,00,3,318, increase, L17,672 the no' E3,113,473, increase, 1:2,032, The accounts from Manchester and the West Rwiar Yorkshire are of a more favourable character: but rrsc in London and the provinces generally is very dul:; ,,n are wondering b ?th Chancellor ot the Lxcik ,h.? pZ.md inp,ti?ig t: :t',L,' ?i Wl hp?o?plrit)- of the country. ,half-),rly meeting of the proprieto? of th.. lonial Bank was held on Tuesday, aud a di,ide"e I per share was declared. The affairs of the bank ap; to be improving, and the hope that the bank would no* emerge from the difficulties which have surronn,Ic.! it f; 1 some time past might be indulged. About 1.:1:11," L. 4 been added to the reserve fund forthe purpoc?)t'c,lv,n,. bad debts, &c., mdthe expenftsofma.?g,m,?th?d b,?- materiall)- reduced. 1 A meeting of the proprietors of the London Dock; place on Tuesday, at which the dividend of 2* per iu: for the half-year was announced. A considerable incrtav in the business of the company had occurred duune t:. last half-year, and the affairs of the company were in satisfactory position.
CARNARVONSHIRE AND ANGLESEY [ INFIRMARY. t Report of the week ending Saturday July, In-Patients remaining by last Report 2 Admitted 6ince 1 Di.h.,g,d '> g\h' ii¿¿": Admitted Out-Patients S3 Physician for the ensuing week, Dr. LI. Jones. Surgeon, Mr. Pring. VMiten. Re..Do:a'n.:n;r'èr H. no"s House-Surgeon, Mr. John Rowland.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & D E ATHS BIRTHS. On the 4th inst. at Penmvnvdd Rector)-, Angary, the wife of the Rev. Thomas Jones Williams, of a son. On the 4th inst. the wife of Mr. Robert Roberts, Pet. syfiog, near Tremadoc, of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 22d ult. at Bodvean Church, near Pwllheli, by the Rev. T. Ll. Owen, Rector of the parish, Mr. W iiliafli Jones, of Llwyn Ysgaw, Pistill, to Miss Elizabeth Tho- mas, of Penmaen, in the above parish. On the 30th ult. at Llannor church, near Twllheli. by the Rev. Thos. Jones, vicar, Mr, Robert Jones, butchcr. Ty-nwwr, Llangian, to Jane, daughter of Mr. Wilhan; Jones, of Ty'nllwyn, in the above parish. On the 6th inst. at St. Peter's church, Pwllheli, bytbe Rev. Thomas Jones, vicar, Mr. John Williams, garden- er, to Miss Jane Williams, both of Pwllheli. On the 28th ult. at St. Hilary's Chapel, Denbigh, h the Rev. the Rector, Mr. Owen Owen Williams Wrexham, to Alice, youngest daughter of the late Batty, Esq. of Brondyffryn, near Denbigh. DEATHS. On the 8th inst. at Gwynfryn, near Pwllheli, the 1 of Owen Jones Ellis Nanney, Esq. The loss of this ex- cellent lady is rendered doubly severe from the suddtfl nature of the bereavmcnt, the attack of influenza havtftf seized her only on the Wednesday preceding which ter- minated in death. She will long be deeply regretud b; an attached husband and wide circle of sorrowing Irii in On the 3d inst. awfully sudden, aged 62, Marcan wife of Mr. John Williams, of Tai Forgan, Llannor. IILJ formerly of Monachdy-bach and Bottws-fawr, Eifionw'* in this On the 8th inst. after a long and painful illness, in v.„ 68th year, Ann, the wife of Mr. William Jones, stoi*- mason, Penlan-strcet, Pwllheli. On the 7th inst. aged 84, Mr. Wm. Thomas, farnu Tanrallt, Aber. On the 6th inst. in this city, Robert Lewis, oni.yv of Capt. Lewis Thomas, of the barque" Cmrad," port of Liverpool, aged 3 years. EF A AETIL I ganu'n fyrdd amgenaeh-a dwy-law, Dclyn aur hyfrvdach; Yn y S'ef yn anahachv Ileb un boen yo ei ben baell. :I!. r;, On the 3rd inst. in hiz 74th year, Mr. Williams, farmer, Corn, Llancngan, in this couuty. On the 30th ult. aJjed 58, Mr. Humphrey Jon^- Tremadoc.for 20 years a faithful deacon at the Chapel, Port Madoc. Che;h;)t iMt..a?ed 23, Mr. H. Hughes, Twlh-y gar: Llanfaethlu. ult, aged M, Mr. Grimth H'h"' ￼ On the 23th ult. Wed 2,5, Mr. Griffith liuqho. x^ of the above, only sons of Mr. John Hughes, Llanfwrog. On?hc?rd ult. aged 60 yeaK. Mn. Ht?h?. of th, Hotel, Abergele. vmo On the 20th inst. at Wrexham, Mr. W, G. EJ01ÚOJ, saddler and harness maker, aged 02.. On the 30th ult. at Corwen, aged 21, Mr. John draper and land surveyor. ,o f)!: On the 4th inst. a?ed 26, Robert, ?ond ??? Richard Jones, Tv Cerrig, liangwm, D^w? hirc On the 28th ult, aged 61, Thos. Gnrnths, M \Vf street, Ruthin. ?n?'the'? ult. aged 48, Mr.DaTidGntHth,?' IAngel Inn, 1).Ig,ll?y.
￼ ? ￼ I -SHIppING nn=IGENCE- ■ ?L PORT PKXBHTS. n,<c;oll-Arri,rt1, ? Cc.than.Crittith,. ManaandEh?'j?. tiam?-nicorn. levies; Ann and Cather^. J'¡" Elhn, "lIhams; Jane Lrown, Piiii P,- Sker, Campbell; and the Jane andAlioe ,Joi G',c" Cleared out, the M.?aret. Rich^ard^:n, ard W¡¡!iuds; Mona, Price; Thomas and 0#eoi Robert, jJSc. Marvel, Jones; Ðlin and An tithn • Whv Not, Daises I'ort Pnrbyn, Owens;, 'D" or Davies; Anne, Robert,; Lady ^enrby^ Penrhyn Castle. Thom?. r.1ane, O?n? Vd t andElUn,E?;??'??