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Ru iiin. On the lit ins!, the \1¡:,nnl election of councillors for the ensuing year took place; after a short- poll those ?oin? ot? cf o??R w?rB rf-e!cc?cJ. PETTT SESSIOMS, Nov. o.—Beioro the Rev. E. ,-),rTY Dovvuward, aud Jam s Maurice, j 'I'belival), I)o-.vuwp"rd, uiid YaLu;s John Daves, appeared to a summons char?in? them with riding in carts without reius. It beil; the jfirat of- fence they were eaeh fined Is with 103 costs.— D. Joniis, srrvaut at Plas-yr-list^ob, np]>earad to a sum- mons charging him with th" fame offence, and inconse- quence of nut giving his right name was find 2s. oj. and 10s costs, ERRATUM:.—Tu the report of the speech of JalJls Maurice, Esq., last week, fo: The lead maitrr re. ceives from our pariah P.Ione ie200 per annum," read. "one parish alonf." Chirk. I On Wednesday last, the 5th instant, the quiet vil- I lage of Lodge, near Chirk, was the scene of mueh en- J joyment, in consequence of the proprietors of the Quinta Coal Company meeting the workmen and their wives, sweethearts, and friends, to'the number of 80, all diessed in their holiday cloth, s, to celebrate the finding of a first-rate beJ of coal On the estate of Thomas Barnes, Esq., M.P. At half-past 3 o'clock, the whole party sat down to H plentiful repast of tea, plain cuke, roast beef, ha-n, aud ether luxuries, in a pubiic bnÍlùiog kindly lent f.)r the occasion, tastefully decorated with evergroens, flowers, and suitable mot- toes. After cheerfully partaking at the good tilings provided, the whole I;t,. rcliled to view the park, pleasure y 1 ouuds, and splendid now mansion of T. Barnes, wLiht others enjoyed various innocent recreations in the open aii-, tiiii -if the shades of even. ing began to gather, when the whollJalIiu assembled, to the Lumber cf about 120, when addresses weie de- iiverdd on the dutit.s of masters and men, the impor- tanre of temperance, industry, frugality, aiid uietital iuiprovemenr amongst the working classes, by Messrs Morgan, ULI711, Jones, and Halbert, of Wrexham j Mr j. Rubers, C'oedpoeth; Mr Farish. of Chester; and other gentlemen. At the close of the meeting all tnrlics retired much pleased and profited, declaring tht the satisfaction end profit they felt with the even- ing'* enleituimnent was far superior to anything they had seen at public houses on sunilar occasions, provo ing that real enjoyment can be fou, d for the vvorkiug man without the aid of intoxicating drinks.—Frota a ¡ Correspondent. Oswestry. The annual municipal elections took place on Sa- T. ]?. joues, D. LloyLl, au d turday last, when Alessrs J. Joues, D. Lloyd, and R. Williams, were elected for the West Ward; and Messrs E. W. Thomas, W. Edwards, and T. SaviQ, for the East. Mr Savin and Mr It. Williams were elected in the room of Mr John Minshull and Mr W. Morris, the first being disqualified by reason of hit re- siding in London, and Mr Morris wishing to retire altogether. The other four gentlemen were re-elec- i el, Mr J. F. Joues, we understand, ia to be th-. new ilivor. PRIMITIVE METHODIST SABBATH SCHOOL.—The SermoiiS for the benefit of the above instituliou was Frachd on Sunday, November 2ud, by the Rev. T. Guttery, late of Hrierlv Hill, in the afternoon, from Pealms I, i and ii and in the evening from Genefcis 6, iii. Several pieces a-id dialogues were recited by a number of the children, ic a most satisfactory manner, reflecting jroat credit on themselves aud their teach- ers. The collection far exweded the expectations of the managers. A rather large number of ligbt -fingered gentry vi- sited Oswestry ou Wednesday last, the fair day, aud many, we are sorry to say, became their dupes. We heard of several who lcit considerable SUrfti, 01J2 woman, while waiting in a respectable tradesman's ehop to be served, had £.1, taken out of her pocket in K ;I ih*r shop a poor woaiai lost J8, besides some othri* ;ii lig. There is also said to be a good sum of !>. •: :4;:rer put into pirenluiicm, and we advise the Irnd'-n!' to be caution?. was a good attendance of havers at our iv.iiifnfii.-id oa Wednesday last. All kinds of stor:k were in good demand. There was no rery large supply of b^ef or mutton, but most of it changed hands. Beef 5hl to 6id; mutton 6d to 7d. PijjS were plentiful, aud fetched easier prices thau let fair. Pork 5tJ to fl-id. Ci-,i i.i) N,,).-Oii Friday moining, as Thomas Battorbeo, and a youth, named Pryce. were proceed- iiig to ti;?ii' work about daybreak, find when nearly opposite to the Fron Gate, at the Oldport Fann, near this town, they were surprised by hearing the cries of a child in distress- After listening for some time, they were enabled to trace its whersabuuts, and found a female chitd, apparcntty about a month old, wrapped up, near the rte. Batterbeo sent the boy into town for polite-officer Titley, who took charge of the child, and forwarded it to the work- house. where it is doing well. j SESSIONS FOR TIIE BOROUGH. I ? ?-  -I Tho montnly petty sessions tor the borough of Oswestry were held in the Guildhall, on Thursday, before George Harvey Williams, Esq., Mayor, and Rowland J. Yenables, Esq., when the following cases came on for hearing. j Lawrence Might was charged by Mary Cahill with assaulting her, on tho 13th of October last. On the evening of the above day defendant came to her housf, and after using abusive language, call- ing her ill names, and otherwise 41 distinguishing" herself, he took the liberty at ttriking her on the shoulders, and finished up by giving her a blow on tho forehead.—Amelia Lloyd, on being sworn, said she was present on the 18th of October, when Lawrence Mi^ht came to Mary Cahill's house; and corroborated complainant's evidence as to the bad language ujed, aud defendant's shaking her by the shoulders.—For the defence Elizabeth Kcala was called, and sworn; but her evidence, rather than improving defendant's case, made it a little woree, I for she said she would not swear that Might did I strike Plaintiff.-Fiua and costs, I7s., in default to bo committed to the house of oorreotioa for one calendar month. Richard Jones was charged by Joseph Hughes, un-lei -ki-eper at Poi kington, with trespassing on I lands at Old Oswcstry, on ihe 26th of October last. llughcs, on being sworn, said that Ql1 the j 2Gth of October ho was in tho cover at Old Oswestry and hoard the cries of a rabbit in Mr. Roger's plantation, lie stayed there until almost eleven o* cluck, when he saw the defendant and some otht.-r boys picking up two or three snares, in one of which, there was a rabbit. Tha ease was fully proved. Fine and costs, jCl iCs. In default of payment he wa3 committed to the house of eor- I ) icctr.u at Shrewsbury for on& calendar month, j Goo:ge Farmer, the younger, vrits charged with I j neglecting his wife aud family,aun n. warrant was jI granted against him. I PETT? SESSIONS FOR THE IHjr?DRED. I I ?1?? ?n.? ±1- TL 1  f .? t ¡ v/u .LUURBUAY me IUUUUIIY 0 CM iao INAGIA- t trates took place in the Guildhall. rresent- the Right Hou. tho Viscount Duugannou; Rowland j J. Venahlas, a. II. Kinch ant, ami Thamae Ueatoil I Lovait, Esqtd. The foUowkig bu<m?a wae dis- i I posed of: Isaac Wilde was charged by Robert Roberts 1 with allowing his horses to be at liberty in a field belonging to Mr. Owen Gwon, in the parish of Mel- vorley, and with liberating the horses after they bad Lcen impounded. Robert Robert was sworn, and said that he was a servant of Mr. Owen and that he lived at Cae IIowoll, in the parish of Kmnerly. On the 13th of September he found I three horses in a meadow belonging to his must?r and that he locked them up in Mr. Bather's build'- inoJ and tolu Mr v-?il?-t he had deuc Wifdc said if they h?d do?e any dama? he would pay a shilling a-h?J for them, and ho (Roberts) told him to go to hM m?.tcr nbouj them. Wilde w? i'u his ova: house at the time complainant fcl.l him th.i, Iiis Lad liotist? Rt tt-c Liine h ¡ 'J l' Ii.: sure t at ihe building w.-u- inckcd ?-hen he !?f H andou hi? return he foa.nl 1 h- lock ha:?:?? the &i -a:: .(! sworn, ^M-.l ti.at on tin.l:?;. fi h. \t"s ¡t rlh 1" hunau^o, u:i.i ;iU1v eight o'clock in the inomiag ,vnv "\ik!c io-ikin^ at ma horses io Lj the hufics fut ítnd oilcrov! hv-r .ixpeu-v She then went away on a i ;ui-Li,-v. and did not return until ten o'clock at night. -.he did not see him take the hovs i> sit, Lut saw him with a hammer by the stable, whe.u he was looking at the lioi-se. It was "our" haunncr, Lut did not see him use it Richard Price was then sworu, and deposed that he lived at Mel verity, and was a farmer and on the day in question saw three horses ia Mr Ow.eu's field, bnt he knew nothing of the impounding of them, nor who took them out.-Tlioinis Jones sworn, said he served the summons ou L.iac Wilde, on the -i t ii f October, when Wilde told him that he had offered tc pay the damage done by the horses, aud that he got I them out to carry in a stack of barley. 'Case dismiss- ed. Costs, El 3s, John Davies was charged by Police-officer Samuel McWiiliam with 1 iding on his cart, on the highway without reins. Defeiidnut appeared, and admitted the offence. Fine and costs, 10s., and in default, one week's iii the house of correction. Rhosllanerchrugog. WINTEII FATK.—This fair was hell] on A.ondiy IC!'S ail d bl-,v- last, aud was well attended both by sellers and uuv- j ers more, especially in the pig market. A vi iy 1 great number of pigs ca-neto market, and were ull dis- posed of at very high prices. In the cattle market there were many excellent, beasts calvera were in de- maud, but tho young aud store cattle were rather dull ofs.ile. lu ths horse market there were but few exhibited, and those of a rather inferior quality. In j addition to the above, we had a nice little cheese fair, j and we are happy to say, that Mr. Hughes, of lem-nt i patronised it with some prim:. fat cheese, and he SJOO so'J the whole- There was a fair quantity of beef and muttou exhibited, Messrs. Thomas and Joseph Oweus had some prime bt-ef 011 their stalls. We are happy to say that the fair was concucted in a most satisfactory manner, and great praise is due to the police officers for their attention, and for keeping peace aud good order.— Communicated Ellesraere. At the Magistrates' Meeting, on Monday Jrlst, I before It. G. Jebb, Esq. and Captain Cust, Wil- iitiii Maceley. of Wem Northwood, was charged by John Hall, of Lineal, with violently assaulting him on the 1 Gth uit. Case dismissed, each paying an equal share of costs*.—11 bert Rogers, of Gree-dl Bank, was charged with beaiuig iii,i kicking « lit-It boy named Saianel ..trauge, of Dadleston Keath. i Fined 5s and costs.—Samuel l'ol;erld, of K.oi-ou Bryn, 1fas charged by Thomas Evison, of Dudhston with ill trratmeut of an usa, his property, iu conse- quence of whicm it died. Ordered to pay 21, the va- lue of the ass, and costs 128 6d.—George Elliot, of Ellesinere, was fiiied 4s and costs fordrunkeuncsi arid other disorderly conduct, on the night of the 2oth j ult.-Frands S~ uith, of D11 ileston Heath, waa fined | 5s and co3,.s for b iu- drunk and incapable of tak- ing caro of himself on the niglit of the 28th ult. j .4. 1

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