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MERTHYR POLICE.

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MERTHYR POLICE. Before J. B. Bruce. Esquire. JV VE 23 Jenkin Richard was fined 23s. 6d for a wilful trespass, in destroying the best coat of John Williams, on Sunday the 14th instant. John Morgan had obtained a warrant against David Evans, for an assault. It appeared on examination that the defendant was drunk, and laid hold of com- plainant, who struck him down, kicked him on the ground, and on his rising up, struck him down again. The magistrates said that he had taken the law into his own hands, and that he had more than sufficiently punished the defendant without applying for a sum- mons,-Complaint discharged. MYSTERIOUS ArFAiit.-The mother of Mary Lloyd, the wife of Samuel Lloyd, formerly of Dowlais, applied for advice as to her daughter. Her daughter s bus. band, Samuel Lloyd, now residing at Llauspyddid, had married again, and refused to give her any account of her daughter's death, of which no infor- mation can be obtained. The woman, who is missing, had been seen at the house of her aunt, (Margaret Michael) at Talgarth, within six months ot her hus- band's second marriage. The magistrate undertook to make enquiry into the circumstance. JUNE 24th.—Edward Rowland, mason, was fined 5s. and costs, for a trespass on the premises of Ann Brown, otherwise Russell, and in default of payment was committed for ten days to the House of Cor- rection. The said Edward Rowland was also com- mitted for seven days, for neglecting to pay the cost, for an assault upon Margaret Ellis. There were two other warrants against the same person, one for a subsequent assault on the above Ann Russell, and one on a charge for drunkenness. Mary Glyde was charged by Mary Robert, with a wilful trespass in breaking her window, The evidence was very contradictory, and the parties were ordered to pay the costs between them. John Wilde, a very reckless lad of 13 or 14 years old, was brought to the office, charged with striking the daughter of Henry Miles, mason, in the eye with a stone. The mother of the boy, a poor widow, said that she could do nothing with him, and implored the magistrate to interfere. The conviction and com- mitment were made out and suspended, on the promise of the boy to attend to his work, and to behave better in future. JUNE 26th.—WM. Watkins, tanner's labourer, was fined is. and costs, for being drunk on Sunday, the 21st instant.

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