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TRIAL OF PRISONERS.

TRIAL OF PRISONERS.

TRIAL PRISONERS. Thomas Welch, aged 33, labome* - , and Edward .luhnson, aged . y roughton, l.'fj, wnh having die ol Ociobrr •‘V'l. at the Farnhriin Royal, slulen one cotton iiondkerchiel die value 4d, the of William I'hompsoi). Pha led guilty. One monih labour. Ann (inrney. aged
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
Justices* Clerk's Fees

Justices* Clerk's Fees

The Clerk read a letfar from Baron Park? respertin; taMe of I'lat’ces* Clarka* Fees, which hud been fer- Vurded to the Judges of Asaiae to ba rar.tiej and con- Brined, and atated that |ha alterations the Judge* were only of trdl.ng character. A discussion ensued a« to the propri
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
IMPbRfAL AVERAGES

IMPbRfAL AVERAGES

Wheat' Barley Oat- Ry*. tVrrK Ekdimr isrli Dec and Pill •/3rd Atrureffatc Average . the six weeks j which regulate • duty Compant ivt Average* aamc time last ; Dtrics I .1 3. :« 7 ) v | , 7 33 7 30 11, 'I il 33 */ 51 33 53 » (i V 3 5 , V The prices llread the »i Sii. household d
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
HIDE AND SKIN MARKETS. s. d. 9. j Market llhies, .V) to fUlbs to j 1 lk>. 0 * Do.

HIDE AND SKIN MARKETS. s. d. 9. j Market llhies, .V) to fUlbs to j 1 lk>. 0 * Do.

7- SO.bs Do. 3 3'- Do. IKilbs 0 Do. Calf Skins 0 0 Horse Hides 0 , Polled Sheep 3 4 3. Kents and Halfbreds 2 10 4. Downs 2 3 2.'
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BOKOUtiH PKISONKRS.

BOKOUtiH PKISONKRS.

The amount of rent and mai itena ice of Borough Prisoners lor the quarter was staled to £'34 Oil.
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
RRI’OKT OP THU VISITING JUSTICUS,

RRI’OKT OP THU VISITING JUSTICUS,

The Report stated that the nnmlier of prisoners custody during the last quarter lias above the general average. The mnu!»er recommit: bear si huge proportion. The tuber in custody nt the present lime is 141 ; viz, for trial males, 1 female; convicts (transports) malesassaults, 3
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LUTON STATION

LUTON STATION

H. Brandreth, Esq. complained that the works at Luton Cage were not being executed satisfactorily. Inferior bricks were used, and the walls were not properly built. The Clerk of the Works was always considered as being employed on the part of the party building, but here lie was
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
CRAX FIELD.

CRAX FIELD.

Stealing Horse Shoes,—Joseph Cooper, Cranfleld, charged with stealing seven horse shoes, tin. property of Titomas Marshall. One month's imprisonment. LEIGHTO.V BUZZARD, Stealing Butter. -James Church, of Leighton Bullard, charged with stealing one firkin salt t p property of Alf
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
FLITWICK

FLITWICK

Stealing Fowls.— James Gore, of Flilwick, charged with stealing six fowls, the probity of Charlotte Fmrc, wMow. Six weeks’ imprisonment. Stealing a Rabbit.—James Dillingham, of Flilwickr charged will! stealing a tame rabllit, the property of Wm. llowson. Acquitted. POTTO Stealing
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
TOTIERNHOE.

TOTIERNHOE.

Stealing Plait.— Priscilla Walker, of Totternhoe, charged with stealing eight score yards straw plait, the property of William Turvey. Acquitted. PULLOXHILL, Stealing Potatoes.— Mary Northwood, of Pulloxhill, charged with slealiug a quantity of potatoe.. One day’s imprisonment.
January 6, 1849 - Bucks Gazette - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England