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Drunk and committing a nuisanceSource:
Cambrian News 13/08/1870 Date:
Newspaper Description: Transcript:
Drunkenness. -William Isaac, of Little Darkgate-street, turner, was summoned by P.C. David Thomas, charged with being drunk, noisy, and exposing his person in the Terrace-road, on the previous Thursday. Fined 2s. 6d., and costs. William Edwards, son of Owen Edwards, hawker, was summoned by P.C. Davies for the same offence. P.C. Thomas, who was called to prove the charge, said that he was on duty on the Marine-terrace, on Sunday evening last, and found William Edwards, the defendant, there, very drunk and noisy. He requested him to go home, but defendant, instead of doing so, began to curse and swear, saying he would never pay a fine again. Shortly afterwards witness was called into the Blue Bell Inn to turn the defendant out of the house. The defendant then went on along Terrace-road and exposed his person, besides committing a nuisance in that street. He was taken away by his friends. Fined £1, including cost. Notes:Linked to Blue Bell , Corporation Street / 52 Terrace Road corner, Aberystwyth