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AN INCIDENT OF THE WELSH TITHE…

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AN INCIDENT OF THE WELSH TITHE RIOTS. At the Cheater Assizes on Monday John Wil-; liams, car proprietor, Denbigh, brought an action to recover £100 damage for injuries to two horses and Waggonette against Charles Vaughan Stevens, agent of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for Wales. Plaintiff alleged that Mr Stevens, in order to cir- cumvent the rioters, ordered him to start at two o'clock in the morning for Llangwm. When they got there the mob made a violent attack with stages and stones. The carriage pole broke, the horses ran away, and the waggonette and harness were smashed, while one horse received such in- juries that it had to be killed. plaintiff also alleged that Mr Stevens knew the dangerous nature of the drive, because on the previous day, when protected by thirteen constables, he had to fly in order to escape violence.—Mr Swetenham, Q.C., M.P., in defence, contended that the persons responsible were those who made the wicked and cowardly at- tack.—Mr Justice Manisty, in summing up, warmly condemned the recent disturbances in Wales, and said that people who set the masses in motion and stirred public minds so that these riots had resulted had something terrible to answer for.—The jury returned a verdict for plaintiff, damages £100.

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