Not an Ancestor, but.... In the Hereford Journal dated Saturday 22 November 1862 there is a piece on a Manslaughter at Knighton, Radnorshire. It is about Samuel Watkins who ran the Queen's Head Inn. 4 men beat the poor old bloke nearly to death, but at the post mortem it was found that he had diseased lungs and that is what finally did him in. Those tried were Richard Woosencroft (sic) and Edward Brown plus to others only mentioned by surname, one being Evans. The last piece says "The two men, Brown and Woosencroft, who were found guilty by the coroner's jury, on Wednesday, of manslaughter on the man Watkins, were apprehended on Thursday, and taken before R. Green Price, Esq., who remanded them till Thursday next. Bail was accepted for their appearance, themselves in £50 each, and two others in £25 each." How do I find out what happened on " Thursday next." to the 4 men? Any suggestions?