4 AUGUST 1838, Page 8

Rutland must be a pleasant county to live in. At

the Assizes last week, there was not a single prisoner for trial, and only ode cause at the Nisi Prim' bar.

At the Derby Assizes, on Tuesday, the Marquis of Waterford, Sir Frederick Johnstone, the Honourable A. C. H. Villiers, and Mr. E. H. Reynard, were each fined IOW. for the not in unction Most bray on the 5th of April 1837.

At the Liverpool Police-office, one day la,t week, there were ni fewer than 103 persons placed at the bar, charged with being disordn and drunken, and 42 charged with felony, in all 14.5 prisoners.—Lice, pool Standard.