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NORTHOP. EVANGELISTIC SERVICES.—On Monday last, Mr John Johnson, of the Evangelisation Society, com- [ menced a series of services in the English chapel, Northop. Taking for his text "God so loved the world" he delivered au earnest address. The services, which have been continued nightly during the week, conclude to-morrow (Sunday), when Mr Johnson will preach afternoon and evening. On Monday he com-, mences a similar series in the Town Hall, Flint. PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY.—Before the Rev. j W. Evans, J. Henry and C. P. Morgan, Esqrs. j Drunkenness. — John Ryan, drunk and disorderly at Connali'.s Quay, on the 27th of March, fined 5s and 7s fid costs.—Edward Mullen, charged by P.O. Pear- son with being drunk and disorderly near the church gate, Connah's Quay", on Sunday, the 28tlt of March. They went to the Cross Keys and Halfway House, where they created a disturbance. Fined 7s 6d and 7s (VI costs.—John Ellis, charged by P.C. H. Hughes I with being drunk and disorderly at Northop on the 14th of March. William Ellis, Thomas Lamb, and David Jones were with the first defendant. P. C. 1 Hu dies called Richard Jones and David Davies, as corroborative witnesses. The men denied being drunk, or that they used bad language. They were fined 5s each and Ss 4d each costs.— William Jones, a militiaman, charged by P.C. R. Hughes with being helplessly drunk near the Pentre, Flint, on Sunday, the 11th of April. There were twelve previous coil- vietions against him, but as he was now under arms, their Worships took a lenient view of the case, and fined him 2.. (id only and costs. School Attovl'mre Cases. Robert Roberts, of Pentre, Cilcen, was summoned for neglecting to send his child to school. The other day, he was fined 5s for disobedience of order, which had not been enforced, and it was now resolved by the justices to send him to gaol in default, and a further order was made upon him to send another child to school. 1 An UW/l'{r.(I,l YU/lth.-ltobert Williams, a. young I man was charged by Isaac Williams of the Union Tavern, Henffordd-street, Mold, his adopted father, with having assaulted him on Saturday night. He I c-mie into the house and asked why the complainant did not turn some men out of the house. Complainant answered that was no business of his. He refused to go out of the room, and then struck his mother. Com- plainant then interfered with them, when defendant struck him till he fell on the stairs, hurting him con- siderably. The complainant said he had reared the defendant since he was two years and eight months old, and was his sister's grandson. Their Worships did not like to interfere in the case and the complain- aitit said he only wished to be protected from him in future. On this understanding, the charge was with- drawn, the defendant undertaking not to go near the house again. Axmult.—John Jones, a militia man, was charged by Mrs Jane Johnston, of the Black Lion, Pentre- moch, Northop, with having assaulted her on the 6th March. The defendant had been fined for assaulting the complainant's husband, and as the complainant did not now wish to press the case, it was withdrawn on the payment of 6s costs.

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