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[Margaret Edwards, New Inn, Llanychayarn], against Mary Hughes, Milford Tavern, Llanbarn- Croyddin-issa, with a similar offence [made use of threatening language] both were bound over in £10 each to keep the peace for twelve calendar months, and to pay 8s 6d each costs" Welshman 14 May 1869
William Hughes and Mary Hughes, his wife, of Milford Tavern, Llanychaiarn, were summoned by P.C. Stephens for being drunk and disorderly at Llanychaiam, on the 26th ult. Bound over to keep the peace in £10 each, and one surety in £10.
The Cambrian News and Merionethshire Standard, 14th May 1870
Licence refused CN 10 Sept 1870