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Srttant giabtgattoti* THE CUDIFF AND BRISTOL Steam$3acHctsf P R I N O E OF WALES, MATTHEW JONES, Commander; L A D Y CHARLOTTE, llENRY JEFFERY, Commander; 4RE INTENDED to SAIL (luring the month of AUG. as follows (from the BUTE SHIP DOCK) of Wdfgg â \Jondays, ) L*ady Charlotteâ-Mondays "'e'tiiesday*, & I'ridays! â ( Wednesdays, and Fridays, [At) Charlotte Tuesdays, ( Prince of WalesâTuesdays, fhuf'idays, and Saturdays. ) Thursdays, and Saturdays, From CARDIFF. ) From BUISTOL. Aug; 1845. Aug., 1845. *» Monday 41 after s 4, Monday. 6 morn Tuesday 5 after j 5, Tuesday. Gj morn Wednesday.. 6 morn t 6, Wednesday.. 7 tnorn Thursday 6 moin j 7, Thursday 7^ morn f» Friday 7 morn 8, Friday, 8 morn 9, Satunla)" 71, morn 9, Satuiday 83morn Carriages and horses to be-alongside Cne hour previous to Time of Sailing. EDUCED FARES -.âAfter Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. Children under Twelve years of age,Half-price n»>gs, Is. cach. A Female Steward attends on Board both Packets. "pfreshments may be had on board on moderate tfrms. Fi)nr.wheel Carriage 21s. ditto Phaeton or Gi-}, 10s. fid. Two-wheel. drawn by one horse and driver, 15s Horse ;¡lld Rider, After Cabin, 9s.; Horse and Uidcr, Fore Cabin, '*â 6d.; Cattle and Horses 6s. each; Sheep, Pigs, and a'ves. Is. each Carriages, Horse*, Cattle, and Goods, wid^be subject to '"Hiding and Wharfages at the â¢' Bute Docks.' *«* Not Accountable for anv (!oods without Shipping Notes. Freighters are requested to order al! Goods intended for the PlUNCK OF W AITTCS, to he sent to No. 12, Quay-street, Or 'o Hobert Chaplin. Cumberland Basin Locks; and for Ihe LADY CIIAHLOTTE. to Clare-street Hall, Maish street, #"d Uân wharf, Kcdcliff-strcct, Bristol. Goods will he hauled from the Warehouses to the Packets at the expense of the Companies. rt 7 Merthyr, Newbridge, Aberdare, Cowhridge, Bridgend, Uantrissent, and Caerphilly.âO"oils forwarded to these "'aces in Spring Waggons and Lock-up Canal Boats im- "n-diately 011 arrival, unless ordered by any particular ^"fveyance, in which c^ise they will be deposited in the Steam Packet Warehouse till called for.âFreight to be paid delivery. Goods Packages, Parcels, &c., forwarded to all parts of Kinc»<tom without delay, when sent to cither of their Steam Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. I* "rther information as to freight, will b<* readily obtained 7 applying to the A gen's â M r. WOODMAN, Agent at the '/><-ket Office, on the Wharf, Cmdiff; or to Mr. G. C. ^USSON, Agent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol, for the OK W\LKS Packet; and of Mr. T. J oil N, at the jacket Office, on the Wharf, Cardiff; or to Mr. W. B. Avi-n Crescent, llotwells, Bristol, for tlie LA DY C'f AIU.OTI'K Packet. NO TICK. I'lie Proprietors of the above Steam Packets Notice, that they will not be accountable for any passenger's Luggage, iior will they be answerable for any j'oo-ts, Packages, "of Parcels (if lost or damaged by Fire, leakage, or otherwise) unless Booked at either of their Officos at Cardiff or Bristol, if above the value of M)s., tlrdess entered 3t its value, and Carriage in proportion Pa'd for the same, at the time of Booking .âGoods consigned to order, or not taken a .vay before Six o'clock in the evetiing of the day of landing, will be warehoused at the risk and expense of the consignees. All Goods to be considered u liens, not only for freight and charges due thereon, but also for all previously unsatisfied Freight and Charges due by consignees to the Proprietors of the said Packets. Disputed Weights or measurement, claims or loss or damage, &c.. cannot be allowed, unless a written notice of the same he 8ent to the Office on the day of delivery. fcfi ictioit. ABERMAIDE ESTATE, ABOUT THREE MILES FROM ABERYSTWITH. To be SOLD by AUCTION, BY MR. GOODE, At the BELLE VUE HOTEL, ABERYSTWITH, on THURSDAY, the 28th day of AUGUST, 1845, at 4 o'clock in the Afternoon, either together or in Lots, A MOST IMPORTANT FREEHOLD PROPERTY called the ABERMAIDE ESTATE, in the Pa- tu,¡hes of LLANBADARN, LLAMBAII, and LLANYRCHIAKN, Containing together upwards of 1360 Acres of very excel- ent I.and, and consisting of well arranged, most desirable *nd compact Farms, with a capital Messuage or Shooting ^°x also several convenient and substantial Home- !^eads, and a Water Corn Mill, in the rich and beantiful ^ale of the Ystwith, about 3 miles from the increasing Town and Port of Aberystwith, in the County of Car- digan, with extensive and thriving Plantations abounding ^'th Game, and including the Manor and Manorial Rights of Rhydonen, with its Appurtenances. The ^state is nearly in a Ring Fence, intersected by the River Ystwith and the Cardigan Turnpike Road, and *°rms an opportunity for the investment of Capital rarely to be met with. Railways are being projected to Aberystwith, which Will bring this Estate within an easy distance of London, as Well as of Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, and other places in the North and South of England. Printed descriptive and further Particulars, with a Lithographed Plan of the Estate, may be had of Messrs. iatham & Proctor, Solicitors, Lincoln's Inn, London; ^'r. John Millet, Land Agent, Aberystwith; and Mr. Goode, Auctioneer, Carmarthen. TO CAPITALISTS. Valuable cL. Extensive Freehold Premises ON THE BANKS OF THE RIVER AVON, And only one mile and a half from the City of Bristol. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. FAIWrS AND SON, At the COMMERCIAL ROOMS, Corn-Street, Bristol, on THURSDAY, the 7th day of AUGUST next, at One o'clock precisely (unless previously disposed of by Private Contract), under a Fiat of Bankruptcy, and with the concurrence of the Mortgagee. IOT 1.âAll those extensive PREMISES, known by J the name of Net ham Works, in the Parish of Saint George, in the County of Gloucester, together with the Steam Engine, Plant, &c., used for several years past for the manufacturing of hory Black, Sal Ammoniac, &c., &c., and also all requisite Machinery for making Bone Buttons on a large scale. The Yard and Manufactory stand on and comprise nearly one Acre and three quarters of Land, and, where spacious room is requisite, business to any extent may be carried on to advantage. There is in the Yard a House for a Foreman, and Stabling for four horses, and the Pre- mises are well supplied with Water; and to any party- disposed to enter into the above, or any other Business where ample loom is required, this is an opportunity that seldom offers itself, and is well worthy the attention of Capitalists. LOT 2. âA DWELLING-HOUSE and Garden, con- taining nearly one Acre, well stocked with young Fruit Trees, situate near the Manufactory, and lit for the residence of a Proprietor. The House consists of two Sitting-rooms and Dining- fetsen, with Kitchen and Offices on the ground floor, and five good Bedrooms over the same, with a good supply of both sorts of Water. LOT 3.âFour COTTAGES and Gardens, for Work. men, adjoining Lot 1. Also, Three Freehold DWELLING-HOUSES and Gardens, situate at Pile Marsh, in the said Parish of St. George, let to respectable Tenants, and to be Sold in the following Lots:- LOT 4.âA DWELLING-HOUSE and Garden, in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Harding, let at £9 10s. per annual. LOT 5.âA DWELLING-HOUSE and Garden, in the occupation of John Brady, let at £ 7 16s. per annum. LOT 6. A DWELLING-HOUSE and Garden, in the occupation of George Brady, let at £7 IGs. per annum. wJxTrTeW the Piemises apply to Mr. WILLIAM MbN DERSOX, Netham Works, St. George's, near Trtuxl' and for fur{herParticulars to Mr. FREDERICK vst j MANNING, Solicitor, No. 30, Craven-Street, rand, London; or Messrs. FARGUS, Auctioneers, Bristol. TOWN OF CARDIFF. FOn SALE BY AUCTION, BY Mil T. WATKINS, Cinder the directions of the Poor Law Commissioners), at the GUILDHALL, CARDIFF, on MONDAY, the 4th day of AUGUST, 1815, at two o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then produced),ââ ALL THAT FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWEL- r (lately used and occupied as a Workhouse for the Poor of the Town of Cardiff), situate 1m SAINT MARY STREET, in the said Town of Cardiff, together with the spacious Outbuildings, Courts, Yards, and Garden of considerable extent, thereunto adjoining and belonging. The above Premises are most eligibly situated in the â¢centre of the Town, and form a most desirable invest- ment for Wilding purposes. Further particalais may be obtained of the Auctioneer* â¢Or at the Office of Mr- E. P. Richards, Solicitor, Cardiff AS AM TEA SIS WAREHOUSE. ESHSY WEBBSlt, CARDIFF & HGKTHYR GUARDIAW OFFICE SOLE AUTHORISED AGENT FOR CARDIFF. THE A SAM TEA COMPANY. A SAM, a British Colony, of growing importance, situate on the very verge of China, ranks among the most interesting of our East Indian Possessions, for the continuous improvement of this Province, in a general sense, under the auspices of the Asam Company." The exertions and capital of the "ASAM TEA COMPANY" are, hoover, especially devoted to bringing into general repute a SELF-PECULIAR & INDIGENOUS TEA PLANT PRODUCED IN ASAM, which is deservedly classed with the most important of our Colonial productions for its SURPASSING QUALITIES. The Asam Tea possesses, from the fitness and richness of the soil, virtues apart from and superior to any other leaf, even in a wild state, and FOR STRENTH, AS WELL AS FLAVOUR, IS UNAPPROACH- ABLK by any of the Chinese Plants, which properties have been, and still will be, infinitely improved by experienced An^lo-Chinese cultivation. Therefore, besides is indescribably fine flavour, its very superior strength guarantees an ECONOMY ATTENDANT ON ITS CONSUMPTION, which must necessarily render it a domestic acquisition of incalculable advantage. ⢠The "Asam TEA Compauy" are also Shareholders in the" Asam Company," and therefore have an interest in, and depend for success entirely on, the peculiar and intrinsic qualities of the Asam Tea, which, for these reasons, they furnish ill a pure and genuine state, by means of advertised Agents, not interested in their adnltera- hon, in packets duly sealed and labelled, "ASAli TEA COMPANY, 11, CROOKED LANE, KING WILLIAM STREET," City of London, where applications and communications will be duly and promptly attended to. Sole authorised Agents, For SWANSEA Mr. Williams, Cambrian-Office. For MElilMYR Mrs. Ann Williams, Confectioner, High-Street. For NEWPORT Mr. Morgan Evans, 35, High-Street. Good Black, 5s.; superior flavour, 6s. Good Green, Gs. ditto, 7s. ijgr AGENTS WANTED FOR SOME OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES & TOWNS OF ENGLAND SWALES 41oticc0» CARDIFF PANTECHNICON. B. KEARNEY, IN returning thanks to his numerous Friends and tha Public generally, for the very liberal patronage he has received since his commencing Business in CARDIFF, begs to observe that he adopts the familiar adage- "Honesty is the best policy," as his Motto in Trade; and fmther observes, that the Goods purchased at the PANTECHNICON cannot be surpassed for style, quality, or cheapness, by any Establishment in the Kingdom. His MILPUFF BKDS, in great variety, cannot be equalled in quality or price; and his Goods generally, such as CHAIRS, TABLES, DRAWERS, BED- STEADS, IRONMONGERY, &c., will be found well worthy attention. "KNOWLEDGE IS POWER." They who wouli wisely spend their cash to KEARNEY'S shop should go, For I've got knowledge there, and you may get the same also- I had the power to buy, and so I went to buy abed, Thereon to lay my wearied bones or rest my aching head For KEARNEY has good leather beds and milpuff ones also, And mattresses and such like things, at prices very low With chairs whose seats are cane or hair, of most superior make, In which you may repose with ease, and that is no mistake; So go to the FANTECUNICON, a place that's richly stored With all that may be summed up in phrase most simpleâ" Bed and Board." "Micat inter omnes HALFORDUM Sidus, velut inter ines Luna Minores! HOR. THE ROYAL DOMESTIC MEDICINES. 1) t;fJ T HE^ ROY A ES. THFI R0YAL FATWL I.Y (Aperient) P,LR'S of the late Sir H KN'lt Y Hart., M.D., and for YARS PHYSICIAN to the HOYAI. F AMI I.Y, were, during this period, /«% tested by him, "AS THE i SAFEST \ND *M 1 LDfcST FAMILY MEDICINtis, in alt disorders of L'IE ^,0"LACH, I'iVer, and Bowels, P whether arising from Biliousness, Indigestion, &c. and for retnov- J T Nervous and Sick Head-ache; or relieving habitual Constipation, by prodiifing a healthy and free action of the Liver. It is well known that Geo. IV. received THE greatest benefit from his PREVENTIVE (iOUTand RHEUMATIC PILLS, in which diseases they mitigate the severest paroxysms, without producing nausea or any prostrating effects. In Asthmas. Influenza, and C<>nghs of L.ong Standing, his "CELEBRATED COUGIL PILLS" stand unrivalled,âpre- venting tickling in the throat, and fits of coughing, which so tenerally attend these complaints. His CARMINATIVE or SOOTHING SYRUP, being free from any preparation of opium, or other dangerous narco'ics, has obtained the approval of the most eminent members of the medical p:oie-^ion,âfacts which render it the faf, s, and most valuable remedy in Acidity of the Stomach, Gripes, Hiccup, IJesth ssnes«, Tcetbing, and the usual infantile attacks. The public may rest assured that they are each faithfully prepared I roll, Sir Henry's original prescriptions, and com- pounded of those very expensive ingredients (for which he was remarkable) hy an eminent Chemist of 30 years'practical experience in dispensing.âfacts of tiie greatest moment to the public at large. To the Proprietor of the Royal Domestic Medicines." 2 High-street, Swansea, June 24th, 1845. SIR, âI feel much plea-titre iti communicating to yon, the gratifying intelligence, that the HoYAL DOMESTIC MKDICINES are highly valued here. About two weeks ago, an elderly gentleman, named Edwards, came to me for a box of llalford's Celebrated Cough Pills; he was nearly suffocated with As lima, and had a distressing Cough. Yesterday he called for two boxes more, saying, that previous to taking them he had not enjoyed one night's rest for monihs, and that his past pains and sufferings appear like a dream." 'This gentleman has been afflicted for many years, and is now recovered. The RorAI. FAMILY (Aperient) Pills are said, by many, to be the best they ever took for Bilious Affections. Sick Head- ache, &c. Whilst I am writing, A Captain Davis called for six boxes to take to sea for his own use, adding that they were. without exception, the best Medicincs be had ever taken." Yours, very respectfully, (Signed) S. RICHARDS. Extract of a Letter, dated 26th May, 1845. from Mr. Warhurst, Chemist, Fleet street, Bury, ancashire. J'l consider the Itoyal Familv Piilsa very excellent medi- cine they give general satisfaction here, and are in great demand. I am nearly out of stock.âtherefore send me, as before, ten dozens, and a ca-c of the GOllt and Rheumatic Pills. Amongst the numerous parties who have spoken of the ben> fits received hy the use of the Halford Medicines I will allude to a VERY respectable lady here, who, HAVING re- ceived a perfcct cure of a constant sick head-ache, lolis of appetite, and a rising of the stomach (as -he described it) almost to suffocation,' called on Tuesday for another box, desired me to express and report to you her best thanks, say- ing, 'she should be most happy I" being referred to. through me, should any respectable person des-rc it.* I shall, there- fore, avail myself of so respectable a testimony, and think you would do well to advertise the same. Extract of a Letter, dated 27th March, 1845, from Mr. R. Brook, 25 ff 26, Buxton-road, Huddersjield. Mr. W-, of this town, says, 'he has tried a great many Medicines for pains in the head, but has not received benefit from any, before taking HALFOHD'S ROYAL FAMII.Y (Aperient) PILLS.' I could name several othersâbut this is a highly respectable man, well known; objecting, however, to his name being published." It is especially worthy of remark, that the doses of these Pills in no instance exceed Two,-indscd, one generally is sufficient this proves their intrinsic superiority over the monstrously absurd doses of "vegetahte compounds, and other inert trash, which are daily paraded before the Public. CAUTION.âOBSERVE, The TITLES ARE EN- GRAVED, (bv order of her Majesty's Honorable Commis- sioners of Stamps), UPON THE GOVERNMENT SI AMP of these I <>YAL DOMESTIC MEDICINES: and on each BOX and Bottle the PORTRAIT OF SIR HENRY, with a fac-sunile of the Signature of â HAWKINS> AIL OTHERS ARE SPURIOUS!! Sold Wholesale by the l'roprictor, C. B. HAWKINS, 33, Hastings-street, Burton Crescent, London; and by Messrs. Sutton and Co., Bow Church-yard; Edwards, at. Paul's Church-yard; Sanger, Oxford-street; by P. Harris, Bull Hing, Birmingham Mander, Weaver, &c., Wolverhampton and retail, by the Agents specially appointed,in every iown in the Kingdom. Price Is. lid. and 2O,9d.âStamped. AGENTS. CardiffâMr. C. M'Carthy, Chemist, &c., High-street; Merthyr Tydvil-Mr. J. Davies, Druggist; Abergavenny âMr. T. YV, Ouws, Stamp-office; Carmarthen Mr. Mortimer, ChemW, The Cross Swansea- "⢠Richards, 2, High-street; Mr. Williams, Cambrian- office; BreconâMr. P. B^jgfcjfiHigh-street; liams, Silurian-office J. Maddy, Druggist; Pontypool and AhersychanâMessrs. Wood, Druggists, NewportâMr. Jenkins, Chemist, Commercial-st'^et; BussâMessrs. Farror and Dobles, Booksellers; Here- ford-Mr. Hook, Broad-street Glo/1cl!stfr-Mr. Lowe, Sonthgate-street; BathâMessrs. Mayler & Son, ^.<jra office; Mr. King, Market-place; Mr. Baker, Milsoin-j street; Mr. Webb, Cheap-street; Bristol and Clifton Messrs. Ferris and Score, Chemists to the Queeni Union- itreet, I Iloticrø. I Monmouth and Glamorgan Bank, NEWPORT, JULY 17, 1845. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, fTlHAT the NINTH ANNUAL GENERAL MEET- J. ING of this Company will be held on MONDAY the 11th of AUGUST next/at the KINO'S HEAD INN in' the Town of Newport, at One o'Clock in the Afternoon, precisely, to receive from the directors an announcement of the Dividend for the Half-yeart ending 30th of June last, and on other special affairs. Signed, by order the of Board, H. WYBORNE JONES, Chairman. ARTISTICAL PAPER-HANGINGS. IMREITOOMS, 4d, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL, (OPPOSITE TH E ARCADE). pARLOUR, Bed-room. Hall, and other Papers, at Gd., P 8d., I0d., and Is. per Piece of 12 yards; combining enecttve patterns with permanent colouring PaDer Hangings at I0d., to Is. 6d. per Piece, equafin general effect to many that are sold at 2s. 6d. to 5s. per Piece, and as durable. Drawing-room, Parlour, and Dining-room patterns, at 2s. 6d. to 5s. per Piece, little less elteetive than those commonly sold at 12s. to 18s. per Piece and of equal quality. Gold Flock, and other best Paner Hangings, of rich and novel designs. Also, just re- ceived, direct from France, some ingenious and exact imitations of damasks, chintzes, lace, &c., of exquisite ARTISTICAL PAPER HANGINGS. J. F. COTTERELL feels much pleasure in statin^ that in no instance where his Artistieal Paper HanWn-s have been introduced have they failed to give complete satisfaction-and he has just fitted up a large Wareroom for the purpose of exhibiting the specimens, so arranged, that the precise effect of a Room, in any style, when' completed, may be at once obtained. J. F. Cotterell's mode of Artistical Paper Hanging is one of his own invention. He supplies designs appro- priate to buildings of whatever age or character, and which will render old or unshapely walls and ceilings pleasing and attractive, without other alterations. The Hanging of Common Papers reduced to Eight- pence per Piece. Hangings in silk and damask and other superior finish for interiors. J. F. COTTERELL, 46, BROADMEAD, BRISTOL. TO MR. PROUT, 229, STRAND, LONDON. Doncaster, September 26th, 1844. SIR, The following particulars have been handed to us with a request that thf. might be forwarded to you, with per- mission for their publication, if you should deem them worthy of such. J. BROOKE & Co., Doncaster. ELIZABETH BREARLEY, residing in Oukc-street, Doncas- ter, aged between 40 and 50, was severely afflicted with Rheumatism, and confined to her bed for a period of nearly two months, with scarcely the power to lift her arm she was signally benefilted after taking two doses of BLAIR'S GOUT AND 15II KU .VI A I IC PILLS, and after finishing two boxes was quite recovered." The above recent testimonial is a further proof of the great efficacy of this valuable medicine, which is the most effective remedy for Gout. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Tic Dolo- rOllx, Pains in the Head and Face. often mistaken for tooth- che, and for all Gouty and Rheumatic Tendencies. It is also gratifying to have permission to refer to the fol- lowing gentlemen, selected from a multitude of others whose station in soctety has contributed to advance this popular medicine in public esteem: J. n. Mandall, Esq, coroner, Doncaster; the Rev. Dr. Blomberg; the Chevalier de la Garde; Mr. Miskin, brewer and maltster, Dartford â Mr Richard ^tone, Luton; John J. Giles, Esq., Frimley' Mr! Innwood, Perbright Wm. Courtenay, Esq., Barton Stacey, nrar Andover Railway Station, Hants; all of whom have received benefit by taking this medicine, and have allowed the proprietor the privilege of publishing the same for the benefit of the afflicted. Sold by Thomas Trout, 229, Strand, London; and by his appointment by Mr 1 hos. Stephens, druggist, Mi rlhyr Tydvil- Mr. Phillins, Cardiff; Alr. Farror, Wtontnoutil Mr. Williams, Brecon Mr. Williams and Mr. Phillips, Newport; and ail r spectable Medicine Venders throughout the United Kingdom. -Price 2s. 9J. per box. Ask for BLAIIvS GOUT ANO RHEUMATIC PILLS and observe the name and address of Thomas Prout 229' Strand, London," impressed upon the Government Stamp affixed to each box of the Genuine Medicine. ROWLANDS' UNIQUE PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR, THE SKIN, & THE TEETH THE August Patronage conceded by our Gracious Queen, the Royal Family, and the several sovereigns and Courts of Europe, and the fact of thetr general use in all countries, together with the numerous testimonials constant y received of their efficacy, characterize them with perfection and sufficiently prove their value. y ROWLANDS' MACASSAR OIL This E LEG A NT, F It A G It A NT and T R A N S P A 11R NT Oil in its preservative, restorative, and beautifying qualities for the Human Hair is unequalled throughout the whole world It preserves and reproduces the hair, even at an advanced period of life; prevents it from falling off or turning grey ⢠restores grey hair to its original col >ur; frees frotn SC|J and dandriff, and renders it soft, silky, curly, and eto-isy â Facts abundantly proved by innumerable testimonials, which are open for inspection at the proprietors. For Cftildren it is especially recommended as forming the basis of A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR! Price 3,. 6d. 7s.âFamily bottles (equal to 4 small) 10s. 6d. and double that SIZP, 215. CAUTIOV.âEach genuine bottle has the words ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL engraved in two lines on the wrapper; and on the back of the wrapper nearly 1,500 tunes, containing 29,028 tencrs. All others are Spurious Imitations. ROWLANDS KALYDOR, An Oriental Botanical Discovery, and perfectly free from all mineral or metallic admixture. It purifies the skin from all Eruptive Maladies, Freckles, Sallowness, &c. To the Com- plexion it imparts a radient bloom, and a softness and delicacy to the Hands, Arms, and Neck.â Price 4s. 6d., aud 8s. 6d., per bottle, duty included. CAU HON.âBeware of nUT A TIOSS containing mineral astringents utter'y ruinous to the complexion, and which by c -ei their repellent action endangering health. Each genuine bottle is encloeed in a beautiful Envelope from a steel plate by Messrs. PERKINS and BACON, on which are the words ROWLAND'S KALYDOR" and A. ROWLAND & SON, 20, IJatton-Gaiden, is also engraved (by Authority of the Hon. Commissioners of Stamps,) on the Government Stamp affixed on each bottle. HOW LAND'S ODONTO, OR PEARL DENTIFRICE, A Fragrant White Powder, prepared from Oriental Herbs of inestimable virtue for preserving, and beautifying the TE ETH and strengthening the GUMS. It eradicates tartar from the teeth, removes spots of incipient decay, polishes and preserves the enamel, imparting the most pure and pearl- like whiteness; and gives sweetness and perfume to the breath. Scurvy is by its means eradicated from the gums, and a healthy action and redness are induced, so that the teeth, (if loose) are thus rendered firm in their sockets.- Price 2s. 9d. per box. CAUTION.âTo protect the public from fraud, the Govern- ment Stamp (as on the "KALYDOK'') is affixed on each box. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. Unprincipled SHOPKEEPERS, for the sake of gaining a trifle more profit, vend the most spurious COMPOUNDS under the same names, and under the implied sanction of Royalty; they copy the labels, advertisements, and testi- monials, (fictitious names and addresses being substituted for the real) of the original preparations, and use either the 7E DA?^N.UINE-" °r a FEIGNED name, in the place °. "LAND'S" It is therefore highly necessary to see that the word ROW LA NO'S" is on the wrapper of each Article. rr All others are FRAUDULENT IMITATIONS, the genuine Articles are sold by tbe Proprietors as above, and by Chemists aud Perfumers. 32 ot tees. GLAMORGANSHIRE General Agricultural Society. THE Subscribers to this Society are respectfully re- quested to pay the amount of their Subscriptions, due 1st July, 1845, to the Treasurer, EDW. BRADLEY, Secretary and Treasurer. Cowbridge, 10th July, 1845. GROtrsin 5B*lW<QSi Notice is hereby given, THAT no Person will be allowed to spmt on the IIILLSof Sir CHARLES MORGAN, Bart., which are situate in the several Parishes of Defynnock, Ystrad- fellty, Penderin, Cantreff, Llanspythid, Ystradgunlais, and Liy well, within the Manor of Brecon, in the County of Brecon, during the ensuing Season. All Persons found Trespassing by Sporting, H unfing for Game, for the purpose of breaking Dogs, or other- wise, will be prosecuted as the Law directs. And any Person giving information, so that persons trespassing may be convicted, shall receive a REWARD of TWO GUINEAS, upon the conviction of the offender or offen- ders, on application to PHILIP YAUG HAN, Agent to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart. Brecon, 14th June, 1845. Royal Corporation of the Literary rund, Instituted 1790, Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1818, FOR the PROTECTION & RELIEF of AUTHORS of GENIUS & LEARNING, & their FAMILIES, who may be in want or distress. Patron-HEit MOST GKACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. President-Titic MARQUIS OF LANSDOWNE. Vice-Presiden ts. His Grace the Archbishop of I Right lIon. Sir John Cam Dublin Hobhouse, Bart. The Marquis of Normanby Right Hon. Sir Robt. Peel, Bart. The Marquis of Northampton I Sir John Edw. Swinburne, Bart. The Earl of Arundel and Surrey Sir Robert Harry Inglis, Bart. The Earl of Ripon Sir William Chatterton.Bart. The Earl of EHenborough John Thomas Hope, Esq. The Lord Hrougham Henry Thomas Hope, Esq. The Lord Stanley Andre*- Spottiswoode, Esq. The Lord John Russell I ITenry Hallam, Esq. The Lord Francis Egerton Benjamin Bond Cabbell, Esq. Subscriptions and Donations announced at the Anni- versary Dinner, on Wednesday, May 14, 1845âThe Right Hon. the EARL of ELLEN BOROUGH, G.C.B., in the Chair £ s. d. Her Most Gracious Majesty the QUEEJJ a-m. 105 0 0 The Chairman, the Earl of Ellenborough, V.l' 18th ùon. 25 0 0 Ditto 10 10 0 Anonymous. 20 0 0 C. C. 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