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THE LATEST LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. „„ m TT MONMOUTH ASSIZES The Judges, Lord Chief Justices, Hereford Tintlal, and Mr. Baron Gurney, arrived in Monmouth, early in the afternoon of Wednesday, being met and escorted into the town, by the High Sheriff, William Vaughan, Esq. The next morning, their Lordships attended Divine Service, at St. Mary's Church, upon which occasion, the Rev. Thomas Williams, of Lan- waply, preached a very appropriate and excellent sermon, from 11 Ro-nans, latter part of 10th verse. The High Sheriff being a Homan Catholic, did not accompany their Lordships to Church. The business of the Court commenced about 12 o'clock on Thursday. Lord Chief Justice Tindal, presided in the Crown Court, and after his Lordship had delivered a short and appropriate address to the Grand Jury, William Reynolds and Thomas Melson, were put on their trial for horse stealing, found guilty, and sentenced to transportation for life. John Rees. for an unnatural crime, two years imprison- ment, the la.;t four months of which, to he solitary con linement, (tbis fellow was not tried upon the capital charge.) Evan Williams, for breaking into a house and stealing cloth—transported for life. William Davies, for decamping with a horse and gig- transported for life. William Barnett, for stealing oak tImber-seven years transportation Evan Davies, for stealing two elm planks, pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to six months imprisonment. Lewis Morgan, for stealing a blanket and some wheat— was acquitted. The bills against James Kenear Waters and Ann Hale, for felonies, were ignored. The trial of John Edmunds, charged in the coroner's inquest, with thé wilful murder of WMiain Rosser, at Clytha, was proceeding when our report left Monmouth. NISI PRIUS COURT. Doe demise Oliver v. Powell and anothe)-Tiiiq was an ejectment for recovery of premises in Newport.—Verdict for plaintiff. Jones v. Morrison.—This was action on a promissory note.—Verdict for plaintiff 261. 7s. 6d. CRICKHOWELL. -,Several fields of corn have cut in this neighbourhood, and the harvest is in a forward staie. IRON TRADE.—The buyers say, 4:6 5s ? The iron masters say, no, X3 10s. Died, on Tuesday evening, aged twenty four, Mr. John Peirce Hall, late clerk in the Dowlais Bank, Merthyr Tydvil. Died, August 1st at Portishead, Somersetshire, aged 34, Mr. George Vickris Hyam, of Bristol, fourth son of the late Mr. Thomas Hyam, of Monmouth. Died, on Monday last, age.l 74, Mr. David Powell, of the Graig, near Grosmont, Monmouthshire. Died, on Wednesday last 'at Monmouth, aged 17, Eliza James, grand daughter of the late Mr. John James, stone- mason. Died, on Thursday last, aged 72, Mrs. Mary Cummins, of Par Grace Dieu, Monmouthshire.

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