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!tûHrrø. ALBION HOUSE. CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL BOARDING SCHOOL, CARDIFF. | R. BURNETT respectfully announces that tiie J l duties of his Establishment will be resumed on MONDAY, the 21st in?t. IUISS ALU M'S SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN on MONDAY, the 21st of JULY inst. Charles-street, 9th July, 1845. THE mSSES 3ALLARDS ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE of YOUNG LADIES WILL RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, the TWEXTY-SECOXD instant. Cow bridge, Glamorganshire, July Sth, 184.3. MISS L 0 V E L L REGS to inform her Friends, that her SCHOOL will i RE-OP EN on WEDNESDAY, the 16th instant. Cowbridge, July 9th, 1845. SHAW IIOrSE SCHOOL, MELKSMAM, WILTS. JN th is Establishment every exertion is made to give I to Young Gentlemen a sound Classical, Mathematical, and General Education, and by a system of rewards, to secure diligence and good behaviour. FRENCH TAUGHT BY A PARISIAN RESIDENT IN THE FAMILY. Terms, &c., may be known on application. GUANO (Genuine PERUVIAN and BOLIVIAN), con- \jr stantly on SALE. A Cargo, of prime quality, just landed. Apply to the Importers, GIBBS, BRIGHT, and Co., 2S, Orchard-street; or at GEORGE and JAMES RUSH'S Warehouse, Baldwin-street, Bristol, where it may be seen. <> Aberdare Canal Navigation. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ANNUAL I GENERAL MEETING, or ASSEMBLY, of the COMPANY of PROPRIETORS of this NAVIGATION will be held at the CANAL-OFFICE, Aberdare, on THURS- DAY, the 31st day of JULY, 1845, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. EDWARD LEWIS, Clerk to the Company. July 2nd, 184.5. FLY POWDER. IMPORTANT TO FLOCKMASTERS. SHEEP and LAMB COMPOSITION, for preventing the alarming attacks of Fly and Scab, effectually destroying Tick, Lice, and all other Insects injurious to the Flock, cleansing and purifying the Skin, thereby greatly improving the growth of Wool, with one-fourth the labour and expense of the Dipping Composition. Prepared only by M. THOMAS, CHEMIST, COWBRIDGE. Directions for uSe with each Bottle. M. T. has had the honour of supplying most of the influential Gentlemen and Farmers of the neighbourhood for the last four years. tardilf Gas Light and Coke Company. luIE HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING X of the Proprietors will be holden at the GUILD- HALL, CARDIFF, on WEDNESDAY, the TWENTY- THIRD day of JULY instant, at Noon. E. P. RICHARDS, Clerk to the Company. Cardiff, 10th July, 1845. WASTED, TX a well-established Ladies' School, in Swansea, an !L ARTICLED PUPIL, for the term of Four Years. She will 1)(' instructed in all the useful branches of Edu- ration, including French and Music;âshe will have a comfortable home, and every attention paid to her health, 1"f)! and domestic comforts. The l'remium, £ 50, in which will be included every expense. A longer or shorter period may be agreed upon, if desired. Address, P. M., Post-office, Swansea, when immediate attention will be paid, stating every particular, and offer- ing references uf the highest respectability. TO IRON-FOUNDERS. "\T7 ANTED, by the Cardiff Gas-Light and Coke V 0/ Company, 4000 Feet of 6-inch CAST IRON I iPLS, with necessary Bends and Syphons. The Pipes to be proved, and delivered on the Quay of l:.r> Bute Dock or Glamorganshire Canal, Cardiff. Furtherparticulars may be obtained at the Gas Works, Cardiff. Tenders for the above to be forwarded on or before the 22 nd day of JCLY instant, addressed to Mr. E. P. Richards, Cardiff. Car liff, 10th July, 1845. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT on the 13th Day of OCTOBER NEXT, applica- 8 tion will be made to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assembled at Quarter Sessions, in and for the County of Glamorgan, at SWANSEA, for an order for turning, diverting, and stopping up such portion of the present Pathway passing through a part of the Demesne of Llandough Castle, as is situated between the gate enter- ing the said Demesne, and adjacent to the Church of Llandough, and the stile on entering the field called The Park," and adjacent to certain Fish Ponds about 00 yards distant, and that the Certificate of two Justices having viewed the same, &c., with the place of the old and proposed new Pathway, will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace, for the said County, on the First day of September next. (Signed), JOHN SANDS, Surveyor of the Parish of Llandough. TOWN OF CARDIFF. FOR SALE BY AUCTION, BY MR T. WATKINS, (Under the directions of the Poor Law Commissioners), at the GUILDHALL, CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 4th day of AUGUST, 181.3, at two o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then produced),â ALL THAT FREEHOLD MESSUAGE OR DWEL- LING HOUSE, (lately used and occupied as a Workhouse for the Poor of the Town of Caidiff), situate IN SAINT MARY STREET, in the said Town of Cardiff, t<; -other with the spacious Outbuildings, Courts, Yards, ami Garden of considerable extent, thereunto adjoining and belonging. The abovef remises are most eligibly situated in the centre of the Town, and form a most desirable invest- ment for building purposes. Further parlÃcubus may be obtained of the Auctioneer; or at the Oince of Mr. E. P. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiit. MUSIC. JAMES MlliliS, Pianoforte Maker, Tuner, & Repairer FROM BSakers to' or Majesty 21, WILLIAM-STREET, HAMPSTEAD-ROAD, LONDON, 1JEGS most respectfully to return his grateful thanks ) to the Nobility, Gentry, am* Inhabitants of Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr, Cowbridge, and their Vicinities, for the liberal patronage with which they have honoured hint and to inform them that he is now making his usual half-yearly tour, and has brought with him a variety of his splendid-toned 6± OCTAVE, CABINET, and COTTAGE PIANO-FORTES, with wrought-iron holts and metallic plates, all of which are manufactured upon the best principles, combining the modern improve- ments with elegant appearance and substantial construc- tion, and are confidently guaranteed to pieserve the tone clear and action free, and to stand well in tune in every climate, which he offers at such exceedingly low prices as to defy competition. N.B. âJ. M. has also on Sale, an elegant Gothic- English double-action HARP, by Era" d, equal to new and also a large assortment of new and approved MUSIC, by the most eminent Composers. Merchants, Captains, and Exporters, advantageously supplied with new and sound second-hand Piano-fortes, adapted to all climates. Instruments bought, sold, exchanged, or lent on hire. All orders addressed to J. Mills, Guardian-Office, Cardiff, will be carefully attended to, or at Mr. Davies's, Bush Inn, Merthyr, at both of which places the instru- ments may be seen. J. MILLS' usual visits to this County are in February and August. References to some of the most jespectable families iu the county Cali be giyeoi j £ otfcr$. BUSH HOTEL, MERTIIYR-TYDFIL. 1MB. 33ABABI Has the honor to announce A COBGIE? ON FRIDAY EVENING, the nth of JULY, 1845, Assisted by his Sons and Pupils, MR. CHARLES BRAHAM AND MR. HAMILTON BRAIIAII. Full particulars in Programmes.âFront Scats, 3s. Back Seats, 2s.âTickets, and Books of the Songs, (six- pence each), to be had of Mr. W liite, Bookseller; at the Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian Omce and at the doors. To commence precisely at 8 o'clock. THEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. Under the Immediate (J" Distinguished Patronage OF WES aiB^SI-SSniSliESIFII3. MR. B RAH AM Has the honor to announce A CON C E R T, ON MONDAY EVENING, JULY 14th, 1845, Assisted by his Sons & Pupils, MR. CHARLES BRAHAM, AND MR. IffAJISLTOS BRA-Hil-n:. Full particulars in Programmes. Boxes, 3s. Pit, 2s. Gallery, Is,âTickets, and Books of the Songs (sixpence each), may be obtained of Mr. Webber, Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian Office, Duke- street, through whom places for the Boxes may be secured. Doors open at half-past Sevenâthe Concert to com- mence precisely at Eight. TO THE Presidents, Vice-Presidents, and Governors of THE SWANSEA INFIRMARY. My Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, MR. BEVAN having this day resigned the office of VISITING SURGEON to the Swansea Infirmary, I hasten to inform you that I am a Candidate for the vacant office. Not having long resided in the Town of Swansea, and therefore unable to rely for support on local interest or favour, my chances of success must entirely depend upon my:abilit). to fill this highly responsible office. The annexed testimonials from two of the first British Sur- geons, selected from a list which I shall have the honour of laying before you, will, I am confident, fully satisfy you upon this point. I may add that I have had the great advantage of filling the office of DRESSER to Mr. Liston; and I venture to affirm, that without the experience which such an office gives, no person can perform the duties of Surgeon to any Public Chanty, with credit to himself or satisfaction to the Subscribers. As far as practicable, I shall do myself the honour of waiting upon each Subscriber; and from the great support which I have already received, I have every rea- to think that my canvass will terminate in my election. I. have the honour to be, My Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, Your most obedient Servant, HENRY WIGLESWORTH, M.RC.S. Ivy Lodge, Swansea, July 8th, 1845. From Robert Liston, Esq., F.R.S. "I have very great pleasure in certifying that Mr. Henry Wiglesworth was a most diligent and well-con- ducted Student at University College, and Hospital ;â that he was a DRESSER under me, in all cases of accidents and surgical operations, and that he acquitted himself in that situation most creditably. In my opinion, Mr. Wiglesworth is fully qualified to fill the office of Surgeon to any Public Institution. "ROBERT LISTON, FR S., "Professor of Clerical Surgery in University College, and Senior Surgeon to the North London Hospital. "5, Clifford-st., London, June, 1815." From Professor Quaiu, F.R.S. Mr. Henry Wiglesworth, while he was a pupil in the School of Medicine in University College, and in the Hospital connected with the College, well known to me as a most zealous and able student. He highly distin- guished himself in the examination for honours in my class, and became a really excellent anatomist. No person could have displayed more zeal and energy in the study of his profession, to which he always ap- peared to be devoted, and his success in obtaining an extensive and sound knowledge of practical medicine and surgery, has been proportionate to his great exertions. "I believe Mr. Wiglesworth to be thoroughly well qualified for the efficient practice of his profession, either in private, or in connection with any public institution. "RICHARD QUAIN, F.R.S., "Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Professor of Anatomy in University College, and Sur- geon to the North London Hospital. Eppel St., London, June, 1845." TITHE COMMUTATION. THE Tithe Commissioners for England and Wales t hereby give Notice, that in pursuance of an applica- tion made to them to that effect, and in consideration of sufficient security having been given to them for the due payment of the Rent charge in lieu of the Tithes of the parish of LISFANE, in the County of Glamorgan, they the said Tithe Commissioners by virtue of the powers to that effect given to them, by an Act passed in the Third Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled "An Act to explain and amend the Acts for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales" have declared b" an Instrument, under their hands and Official seal, bearing date the 3rd day of July, 1845, that the Lands of the said parish shall be discharged from the liability to payment or render of Tithes or Compositions, or rent in the nature thereof instead of Tithes, from the days and times as follows, that is to say, such of the Lands in the said parish, are now liable to the render of Tithes in kind, from the First day of October, 1844, and such of the Lands as are now liable to the payment of Compositions or Rent in the nature thereof, instead of the Tithes arising therefrom, from the day on which such Compositions or Rent shall respectively determine, and that the Rent charge in lieu of the said Tithes shall be paid by half-yearly payments on the 1st day of April, and on the 1st day of October, and that the first half-yearly payment of the said Rent charge shall be payable on demand; in respect of the half jearly payment now due, but subject nevertheless in such case to such deductions, enquiries and accounts as in the said recited Act, are provided in cases of discharge from such liability as aforesaid. (Signed), J. E. HOVENDEN, By order of the Board. AGRICULTURAL TRAINING SCHOOL, Hod- desdon, Herts, under the direction of a Committee of Management. Established for General and Scientific Education, including every branch of Agriculture. RESIDENT HEAD MASTERâMr. HASELWOOD. GENERAL ASSISTANT MASTERSâMr. AIRD and Mr. A. W. JACKSON. AGRICULTURE-Professor DONALDSON, Author of British Grasses, Manures," &c. BOTANy-Professor COOPER, F.L.S., Author of The Botany of Sussex," &c. CHEMISTRYâProfessor HOLMES, five years Lecturer at St. Edmund's College. GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY, &C.âProfessor RICHARD- SON, F.G.S., of the British Museum, Author of "Geology for Beginners," &c. MANAGEMENT AND DISEASES OF CATTLEâProfessor J. B. SIMONDS, M.R.C.V.S., Lecturer at the Royal Veterinary College, London ⢠NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL PuiLosopiiYâProfessor HOLMES and Mr. A. W. JACKSON. PRACTICAL SURVEYING AND LEVELLING.âMr. HASELWOOD and Mr. A. W. JACKSON. The School Session is divided into two terms, viz.â from the 30th of January to Midsummer, and from the 30th of July to Christmas. The Course of Education embraces the Classics, Ma thematics, Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Me- chanics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Mineralogy, Geo- logy, Land Surveying, Drawing, the French Language, Practical Agriculture, and Lectures on the Breeds, Management, and Diseases of Cattle. A Farm, consisting of 400 Acres, an Extensive Library, Museum, and Laboratory, are attached to the school; and the Charge for Board, Lodging, Lectures, &c., is so arranged by the Committee of Management, as to include every expense, (except for Washing and Books), a Twenty Guineas the Half-year. A separate Class will be formed for those Pupils whe are not sufficiently advanced to attend the Lectures. Applications for the Admission of Pupils to be ad- dressed to the Head Master of the Agricultura Training School, Hoddesdon, Herts," of whom every in formation may be obtained, and references had to Gentle- men whose Sons are now at the Institution, from most o the Counties of England also jfromJ Walesj Scotl&uc iloiitt#. r. ""?AO!FriPAXTEâ¬HXiâ¬Oi B. KFlAaHEV, I_\ reiunmig t.iaiiks io his numerous Friends and the Public generally, for the very liberal patronage he has received since his commencing TJusin ss in CARDIFF, be"-s to observe that he adopts the familiar adageâ "Honesty is the best policy," as his Motto in Trade; | and further observes, that the Goods purchased at the PANTECHNICON cannot be surpassed for style, quality, or cheapness, by any Establishment in the Kingdom. His MILPUFF BUDS, in great variety, cannot he equalled in quality or price; and his Goods generally, such as CHAIRS, TABLES, DRAWERS, BED- STEADS, IRONMONGERY, &c., will be found well worthy attention. My name is B, Kearney, my shop in the Hayes is, Good truth I do sell every thing you require; The whole of Glamorgan is lull of my praises, But the list of my wares soon your patience would tire. There's nought you can ask for hut what I can sell you, And all that you don't want I'm ready to buy The d-l a word of a lie do I tell you. So come to my shop for yourselves, Sir- and try. True 'tis not so showy as some shops in Cardiff, But every one knows 'tis the cheapest of all; So advice take from Kearney and be on your guard if Your money you'd save comc, then, give me a call. Your houses to furnish, your persons to burnish, To suit Vall in feather-bed, sofa, or pan, The best of all places just down in the Hayes is, So come to my shop, fri"Ill1.<, D. Kearney's your man. S E L T E II 3 WATER. (Ill England called Seltzer Viater). DECLARATION OF THE NASSAU GOVERNMENT. THE GENERAL DIRECTION OF THE DOMAINS OF Ills HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF NASSAU, DECLARE, by these presents, that being desirous to j prevent and put a stop to the numerous falsifications committed in respect to the Waters of Selters, (in England called Seltzer Water), in the Kingdom of Great Britain, its Colonies, and Dependencies, which have been made known to them on indisputable evidence, and wishing by every means in their power to secure for the future to the consumers of the Waters of Setters (Seltzer Water) in the Kingdom of Great Britain, its Colonies, and Depen- dencies, the enjoyment of the genuine Water of that Spring, as also of the SptingsofFacbingen, Schwalbach, and Weilbach, likewise the property of His Highness the Duke of Nassau, they have resolved, from the 1st of January, 1845, to use the Metallic Capsules of Mr. John Thomas Betts, of London, known under the name of "BETTS'S PATENT METALLIC CAPSULE," as a top cover- ing for all the Bottles, both large and small, filled with the said Mineral Waters for Mr. John Thomas Betts, and intended for the Kingdom of Great Britain, its Colonies, and Dependencies. On these Capsules are to be impressed the Arms of Nassau, and under the arms the name of the Water con- tained in the Bottle, with the words BETTS IMPORTER," and BETTS'S PATENT," around. The above named Bottles, capsuled in such a manner, will likewise bear, as heretofore, the usual marks, con- sisting of a Shield, impressP(1 on the Bottle, containillg the Arms of Nassau, or a Crown, under which are the initials II.N., and around the name of the Mineral Water contained in the Bottle, and also the usual burnt mark on the lower end of the Cork. The General Direction of the Domains further DECLARE by these presents, that they have granted to the said John Thomas Betts, Patentee of the above described Capsules, and to no one else, in the Kingdom of Great Britain, its Colonies, and Dependencies, the exclusive right to pur- chase and export, direct from the Springs, the Waters of Selters, Schwalbach, Fachingen, and Weilbach. They DECLARE further, that the Bottles, after being filled with the respective Mineral Waters, are to be im- mediately, and in the presence of their officers, closed with the above named Capsules, which bear the impres- sion of the drawing beneath. MS/ The present Declaration is granted to Mr. John Tho- mas Betts, with authority to publish the same. Given at Wiesbaden, this 18th day of December, 1814. The President of-. the Direction- General of theV BARON DE BOCK IIERMSDOFF. Ducal DomainsV of Nassau, HENRY HENDEL, Secretary. The Public will observe, by the above declaration, that these Waters, protected and hermetically closed by the PATENT METALLIC CAPSULES, may now be obtained in the same state of freshness and perfection, irrespective of time or temperature, as at the first moment when taken from the Springs, without the possibility of fraudulent subscituiion. These Waters are imported in Hampers containing Four Dozen large, or Five Dozen smaH Botties. at the rate of 10s. per Dozen, and 2s. the Hamper for the for- mer, and 7s. per Dozen, and Is. nd. the Hamper for the latter, Bottles and Hampers not returnable. And, as the sale must inevitably extend to many thousand persons, CASH PAYMENTS WILL BE INDISPENSABLE; on receipt of which Hampers will be delivered at the Railway Receiv- ing Houses; and to any part of the Metropolis, exclusive of the Railway Stations, where carts are liable to detention. Mr. Betts respectfully informs the Public that the first Importation having arrived, Orders will be received, addressed No. I, WharfRoad, City Road; and to prevent disappointment he begs further to state that they will be executed consecutively, with reference to priority of date. Special Agents, from whom the smallest quantity may be obtained, are in course of appointment, in Town and Country. And applications for Agencies, from respecta- ble persons, where appointments are not already made, may obtain particulars by addressing, letters paid, to No. J, Wharf Road, City Road, London. N.B. âDealers in other Mineral and Effervescent Waters will be ineligible. Britannia Siife Assurance Company, No. 1, PRINCK'S STIG'.KT, BANK. I.O\?)<)\. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament IV. Vict. cap. IX. DI KlCTORS. Willia-.n liardget t, lisq I Robert Kglintou H-iq Samuel Hevington, lisq ¡ Erasmus lloht. l'oster, Rsq, Wm. Fec.hney Cluck, lisq Peter .Morris >n i:Sq George Coilen, Esq Henry LewIs Smale, Es!} Millis Coventry, IJjq John Drewett, Ksq AUDITORS. J. D. Bevington, Esq.âF. P.Cockerill, Esq.âJ. D. Dow, Esq MEDICAL OFFICER. John Clendiuning,M.D., F.B S., 16, Whnpole St., Cavendish Square. STANDING COUNSEL. The Hon. John Ashley, Nev» Sq iare, Lincoln's Inu. â Mr. Serjean Murphy, :\1.1' Temple. SOLICITOR. William Bevan, Old Jewry. IU N K I:us- Messr3. Drewett and Fowler, Princes Street, Bank. This Institution is Plllpowered by a Special Act of ParlZa- ment, unii is so constituted as to atford tht: iitsnetus of Life Assurance in their lultest extent to I'olicy-IIolders, and to prcsent greater faciijties and accommodation than are usually offered by any other Companies. Among others, the following Important Advantages may be llumerated: Increasing Hates of Premium, on a new and remarkable plan for securing Loans or Debts a less immediate payment being required on a policy for the whole term of lile than in any otiter office. CREDIT TABLE.âBy this Table, the Premiums may remain unpaid for five years, upon satisfactory security being given for the liquidation of the same, at the expiration of that period. HALF CREDIT RATES OF PREMIUM. Persons assured according to these rules, a¡e allowed credit (without security) tor half the amount ot thejirst seren Annual Premiums, paying interest thereon, at the rate of Five per Cent. per Annum, with the option of paying off the Principal at any time, or having the amount deducted frol!1 the sum assured when thp Policy becomes a claim. Policies may thus be dYected- at lower rates than aro gene- rally reqllired tor the term of seven years only; whilst the holders have the same secnwty for tlw payment of their claims, whenever death may happen, as if they, paid double the amount of prcmium", winch would be charged for assurauce effected in the same wav. Policies revived without the exaction of a fine, at any time within twelve months. Extract from Increasing Rates of Premium, for an Assu- rance of £1\}O, for Whule Term oi Life. Age ,of the Assured in every ca e a imitted in the !"olicy.. Medical Attendants remunerated in all cases for tneir reports. A Buard of Directors in attendance daily at '2 o'clock. | Annual Premiums payable during j First Second Third Fourth Remain | Five Five Five Five der of | Years, Yrears. Years. Years. ;Lite. | \Z B. d.' £ s. d.( £ ⢠S. d. £ s- s. d 1 1 4 1 5 10 1 10 11 1 2 3 H 1 6 4 1 12 21 1 19 1 \l I t\ 11 J 1 16 1 2 4 4 2 14 Cj 3 7 3j 4 3 4, j 2 16 7 3 9 4] 4 5 5j Extract from the Half Credit Rates of I 'f Annual Premium required for an Assurance 01 x fo the" hole Term of Life. Half PreUllum for Whoie Premium ASe- seven years. after seven years ""V "s. d. .G.s.d. 30 119 o 3 i6 35 14 11 2 9 10 40 19 2 2 18 4 45 lalO 3 9 » 00 226 450 55 2 12 9 5 » 6 60 3 eH 6 13 4 > PETER M < > R R1SON Reititlen t Virector. Detailed Prosoccniscs, and every requisite informatio as tothe mode of effecting Assurances, may be obtaine i upon application to the following 1 AGENTSâ â NEWPORT Mr- Jenkins, merchant. CHEPSTOW" J- L- Baldwyn, solicitor. F BRISTOL Mr, John Moxham, Bank-court, Corn-street# Mr, W, D, Horwpod, Oottcr. ZiZ-pir&T&nT ENLARGEMENT 1. .1 "Ii ,'I..i:J. à OF TUB I CARDIFF AXD MERTHYR GUARDIAN. <?" p ),1 ¿: g; 913 m 4 rUOPKlETOB 01' THE Cardiff&. CTertiayr G-turdiaal'cwspapcr, DCKE-STHEET, CAUDIFI', BEGS most respectfully t( inform his Friends and the Public generally, of 0e Counties of Glamorgan, Monmouth, and Brecon, that. with a view of rendering his paper a medium of funiisling copious and accurate Reports of all Public Meetiigs and Proceedings of in- terest that take place in the se'eral Counties above named, together with a well condensed summary of Parliamen- tary, Metropolitan, Provincia, and Foreign Intelligence, he has enlarged the GuAHDiA; to the present size; and, upon comparison, it will be fmnd one of the LARGEST PAPERS INHIE PRINCIPALITY. An extensive font, it will beperceived, of BEAUTIFUL NEW TYPE of the most modern descripton has been provided. If. W., therefore, confideitly trusts that his efforts to make the CARDIFF AND MF.ITAYR GUARDIAN thus more worthy of o-encral attention, ,vill secure to it an increased share of public support. As an Advertising mediun, the GUARDIAN possesses peculiar and powerful claim upon the attention of the Commercial and Literary lublic, as it is the only paper advocating Conscrvatiye jririciples published for the Counties of Glamorgan aid Brecon, and consequently is most extensively eiiculited amongst the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, Professional Men, Merchants, and princi- pal Tradesmen of those pountics; whilst in the important County of Monmouth it enjoys a circulation of some .hundreds weekly. Cardiff & Merthyr Guariian Office, Duke-Street, Cardifl", Jure 20th, 1X15. -I


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