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v MONMOUTHSHIRE. To be Sold by Private Contraet3 A CAPACIOUS and recently built MALT-HOUSE, with every convenience, and in good repair, conveniently situate by the river Wye, in the parish of Chapel Hill. For particulars and price, apply to Messrs. M'Donnell and Mostyn, Solicitors, Usk. Usk, 2d Sept. 1831. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the KING'S HEAD INN, NEWPORT, on Wednesday, the 19th day of October, 1831, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, by order of the Assignees of Mr. William Wil;iams, a Bankrupt,â THE FOLLOWING VERY VALUABLE FREEHOLD, CUSTOMARYHOLD, AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTY: That is to say-Loll. ALL that ESTATE, called COURT LANGOYTRITCH, containing by admeasurement 44 Acres, or thereabouts, situate close to the Iron Works of the British Iron Company, in the parish of Trevethin, in the county of Monmouth, and within three miles of the market town of Pontypool. The Surface of this Property is let to John Walter, and the Minerals to Messrs. Robert Small, James II. Shears, and John Taylor, for a term of 21 years, of which 18 are unex- pired, at galeage and wayleave rents, the Lessees having covenanted that such rents shall amount to £ 600 a year, at the least. The Property will, it is estimated, afford a suffi- cient quantity of Minerals to produce at the galeages paid by the present tenants, £ 600 a year for 70 yeais; and the Estate is very valuable apart from the Minerals, as affording the only access to a large tract of mineral country beyond. Lot 2. All that FARM and LANDS, called BLAEN GAIVWG, now in the occupation of John Walter, containing by admeasurement -30 Acres or thereabouts, situate in the parish of Trevethin aforesaid. This lot adjoins the British Iron Works, is within a quarter of a mile of the last lot, and contains all the Minerals found in that Property, with an additional Vein of Coal. The Mine- rals are unlet, and the yearly fixed rent agreed to be paid for the Minerals under the first lot will shew that the Minerals under the present, so closely adjoining thereto, must be of considerable value. Lot 3. All the BANKRUPT'S INTEREST of and in a FARM and LANDS, called WENALT IUIYD, situate in Cwm Nant Ddu, in the parish of Trevethin aforesaid containing g by admeasurement 21 Acres, or thereabouts. Of this Property the Bankrupt is entitled to the entirety of Fourteen Acres, and to two-thirds of the remaining Seven Acres. This Estate contains Minerals which, from the situation of the Property at a convenient distance from the Varteg Iron Works and those of the British Iron Company, are of con- siderable value and it forms an access to a large extent of mineral country on both sides of the Valley. Lot 4. All those TWO undivided THIRD PARTS of and in PENYLATGARN ESTATE; consisting of 120 Acres, or thereabouts, situate in the parish of Trevethin aforesaid, in the occupation of Rachael Williams, widow. There is a good Dwelling-house and Malt-honse on this Pro- perty the Farm. Buildings are extensive and convenient, and attached thereto is a valuable Right of Common on the adjoining Hills. Lot 5. All those TWO undivided THIRD PARTS of and in the MARKET HOUSE, at PONTYPOOL, with the TOLLS and other payments accruing in respect of the fairs and markets held within the town under a grant from the Crown. And also of and in the GEORGE INN, the BLUE BOAR INN, and the Piece ar.Close of BUILDING GROUND thereto adjoining, commonly called the BLUE BOAR FIFLD-all situate in the town of Pontypool. The vendors reserve to themselves the right of offering this Property for sale in two, three, or more lots, if, at the time of sale, they should deem that expedient. The Property comprised in this lot is important and valuable it is situ- ated in the centre of the town of Pontypool, and fronts both the principal streets the Market House is commodious and convenient, and the Tolls, which now produce a large rental, must increase largely in amount. Lot 6. All those TWO undivided THIRD PARTS of and in a MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, Outbuildings, Gar- den, Ball Court, Bowling Green, and Premises, occupied as a Public House, by Francis Williams, at a low yearly rent, situate near the parish church of Abevystrath, in the county of Mon- mouth. Lot 7. All that FARM, called HAFOD FAN, containing by admeasurement 63 Acres, or thereabouts, now in the occupa- tion of Lewis Richards, situate in the parish of Llanhilleth, in the county of Monmouth. Lot 8. All that FARM, called BLAEN NANT-Y-LLAN, containing by admeasurement 18 Acres, or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Lewis Richards, situate in the parish of Llan- hilleth, aforesaid. Haiod Fan and Blaen Nant-y-Llan Farms adjoin together, and enjoy an extensive Right of Common on the adjoining Hills: There is a substantial-built Dwelling-house, with suitable Outbuildings on each Property, and a considerable portion of the Land is planted with Larch and Coppice Wood, upwards of 40,000 Larch having been planted within the last ten years. These Properties contain all the lower Veins of Coal and Iron-stone, now in work at the Nantyglo and Blaina Iron Works. and the Cwm Vein of Coal, which is 2ft. lOin. in thickness, and of excellent quality, has been recently worked in an adjoining Estate, and may be opened to in this Pioperty at an inconsiderable expense. The road of the Monmouthshire Canal Company, leading to Nanty- glo, passes through the Property, and affords a ready con- veyance to the shipping place at Newport. Lot 9. All that FARM and LANDS, called TON-Y-VELIN, in the occupation of Thomas Edmunds, containing by admea- surement 21 Acres, or thereabouts, situate in the parish of Mony- thusloyne, in the county of Monmouth. The Monythusloyne Veins of Coal are now in work under this Property, by means of a level opened thereto. Lot 10. All that desirable FARM, called GELLYDEG, in the occupation of Watkin David, and containing by admeasure- ment 125 Acres, or thereabouts, situate in the parish of Bedwas, in the county of Monmouth. There is a Coppice Wood on the Property, and the Dwelling-house and Farm Buildings are ex- tensiveandingoodcondition. Lot 11. All the BANKRUPT'S INTEREST in the GUR- HAY LEVEL, being a Moiety thereof, and of the Coals under the Gurhay and Penyvan Property, containing by admeasure- ment 200 Acres, or thereabouts. This Level is capable of working 120 tons of Coals a day the Coal is of excellent quality, and a large capital has been expended in the level and roads. Lot 12. All that MESSUAGE, or DWELLING-HOUSE, Stables, Outbuildings, Field, and Premises, occupied as a Public House by James Treasure, situate at Gellygross, in the parish of Monythusloyne aforesaid, adjoining the Sirhowy Tram-road, in a very convenient situation for business. Lots 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10, are Freehold. Lots 1, 3, and 5, are Copyhold or Customaryhold, held of the Manors of Wentsland and Bryngwyn. Lot 9 is Copyhold or Customaryhold, held of the Manor of Abercarne. Lot 11 is held for a term of 40 years, under agreements for a lease, at galeage. rents and Lot 12 is held under a lease for a term, whereof about 60 years are unex- pired; at a yearly rent of £ 25. The Tenants of the several lots will shew the Premises, and for further particulars, apply to Messrs. Prothero and Phillips, Newport; Messrs. M'Donnell and Mostyn, Usk or, with re- spect to lots 4 and 5, to Mr. Charles Herbert Croft, Pontypool; if by letter, post paid. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, By Order of the Assignees of Mr. Win. Williams, a Bankrupt, At the CASTLE INN, MEHTIIYR, on Saturday, the 22d day of October, 1831, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, ALL that valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called PERTHY GLYSIION, containing by admeasurement 275 Acres, or thereabouts, situate in the Valley of the Taff, in the parish of Merthyr, in the county, of Glamorgan, within five miles of the populous and increasing town of Merthyr, and 19 miles of the sea-port town of Cardiff. There are two Farm Houses, with suitable Farm Buildings attached thereto, on the Estate, which is now let in separate portions to, three tenants. The Glamorgan- shire Canal, from Merthyr to Cardiff, passes through the Estate, which reaches from the river Taff to the ridge of the Hill extend- ing over the whole of the Valley on one side. The Property is well Timbered, with extensive Plantations, the Proprietor having planted 16,000 Larch within the last four years, in suitable situations. The valuable Iron and Coal Mines of the district are contained in the Property, and there is a Vein of Coal now in work on the Estate. The country is, picturesque; the high.road to Cardiff from Merthyr passes at a convenient distance from the Property and the neighbourhood is well stocked with game. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Prothero and Phillips, Newpoit or to Messrs. M'Donnell and Mostyn, Usk; if by letter, post paid. GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the PUBLIC HOUSE, at PONT-ABER-BARGOED, on Wednesday, the 5th day of October next, precisely at Twelve o'clock, In Lots, viz.:âLot 1. ALL that MESSUAGE, or DWELLING-HOUSE, and WOOLLEN MANUFACTORY, thereto adjoining, with the Stable and Garden, now in the occupation of Mr. Evan James, as tenant thereof.. Lot 2. A DWELLING-HOUSE, or COTTAGE, GARDEN, and Piece of MEADOW LAND, comprising One Acre, in the occupation of Richard James, as tenant thereof. Lot 3. TWO DWELLING-HOUSES, Stable, and Garden, in the occupation of Thomas Price, as tenant thereof. The above premises are situated at Pontaber-Bargoed, in a good situation for business, having a constant supply of water, and the whole are in complete repair. Lots 1 and 2 are subject to a Lease to Mr. Evan James, a re- spectable tenant, for a term, of which 18 years are unexpired, at the yearly rent of £ 30. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Llewellyn Williams, Abercarne, near Newport; or Messrs. Jones and Waddington, Solicitors, Usk if by letter, postage paid. t Usk, Sept. 10, 1831. MONMOUTHSHIRE. BSSiRilBLE FRESHOLB PROPBaW. TO BE SOLD BY PEtIV ATE CONTRACT, In one or two Lots-Lot 1. ASMALL FREEHOLD ESTATE, called LANCLAWRY, J-iL. consisting of a Farm-house, Cider-mill, &c., and 15 Acres (more or less) of rich Arable, Meadow, and Orchard Land, well stocked with young thriving Timber and Fruit Trees, situate in the hamlet of Clytha, in the parish of Lanarth. These premises nearly adjoin the turnpike-read leading from Rhydygravel by Lanarth for Lantillio Cresseney, and are worthy the attention of any gentleman with a moderate establishment to build a country residence upon, being situate in one of the most pleasant and respectable parts of Monmouthshire, well adapted for improve- ments, and would also prove advantageous and beneficial for erecting Cottage Residences upon. Lot 2. Two firm, neat-built COTTAGES, erected in 1829, with suitable Offices, and excellent large Gardens, detached from Lot 1, occupied by respectable tenants, at the yearly rents of £ 7, and £7. 10s. For further particulars apply on the premises. SKENFRETH, MONMOUTHSHIRE. To Capitalists and landowners.. FREEHOLD LAND. J. TO BE SOLD, about Sixty Acres, in this parish, forming a compact, commodious, and valuable FARM, situate on the borders of the turnpike-roads leading from Hereford to Brecon, and from Monmouth to Abergavenny. It consists of about equal portions of Arable and Pasture Land. Additional particulars to be had at the Office of Messrs. Powles and Tyler, Solicitors, Monmouth. Small Freehold Estate. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, (Without Reserve), By Messrs. BURTON § SUN, At the KING'S HEAD INN, MONMOUTH, on Saturday, the 17th of September, 1831, at Five o'clock in the Afternoon, A SMALL and very Compact FREEHOLD PROPERTY, called LANLOWDY FARM, situate on the turnpike road lead- ing from Monmouth to Hereford, in the parish of Langarren, in the county of Hereford consisting of a Dwelling-house and Barn, with Ten Acres of Land, in a ring fence, now, and for many years past, in the occupation of Samuel Miles, at the yearly rent of £21. Also, a FREEHOLD COTTA GE, and SMALL PADDOCK adjoining, situate on the top of Lanlowdy Hill (near to the above farm), and in the occupation of Howell Jeffreys. This desirable Property affords an eligible opportunity for the investment of a small sum of money, and will he sold so as to pay the purchaser upwards of Jive per cent. It is capable of consider- able improvement, and from its situation, and other advantages, is well worth the attention of a grazier. To treat for Purchase by Private Contract, application may be made to Mr. Wm. Richards, St. Mary's-street, Monmouth or to Mr. Henry Wait Hall, Solicitor, 18, Bridge-street, Bristol. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. MICHAEL DAVIS, At the WESTGATE INN, NEWPORT, on Saturday, the 15th day of October next, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, unless dis- posed of in the mean time by Private Contract,- THE FOLLOWING VERY DSSZHABXjE MISABOW LAND, In Lots :-Lot 1. THREE Closes of rich MEADOW LAND, containing about 20 Acres, in the occupation of Mr. William Keene, as tenant from year to year, at the yearly rent of £37. Lot 2. Three Closes of rich MEADOW LAND, containing about Nine Acres, in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Lewis, as tenant from year to year, at the yearly rent of f20. Lot 3. Two Closes of rich MEADOW LAND, containing about Nine Acres, in the occupation of Mr. W illiam Walters, as tenant from year to year, at the yearly rent of £15. The foregoing lots consist of prime Grazing Land, and are situate in the parish, and held in fee simple by Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Goldcl'.ff, in this county. The tenure is equal to Freehold, except that a fine of about 3s 6d a customary acre is paid on alienation. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. M'Donnell and Mos- tyn, Solicitors, Usk. Usk, 5th Sept. 1831. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY A U C T ION, By Mr. JORN PIIILIPPS, AT THE CROWN INN, PONTYPOOL, On Saturday, the 8th day of October, 1831, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then produced (unless disposed of in the mean time by Private Contract, of which the earliest notice will be given),- THE following valuable and desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in the undermentioned Lots) except other- wise arranged at the time of sale), viz.:â Lot 1. A good DWELLING-HOUSE, with convenient Out- buildings, and Nine Closes, containing together about 25 Acres (more or less) of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture LAND, situate by the side of the Canal, in the parish of Panteague, in the county of Monmouth, and now in the occupation of Mr. Solomon Jones, as tenant thereof, at the annual rent of £ 36. 5s. Lot 2. A BARN, BEAST-HOUSE, and FOLD, and Five Closes, containing together about 20 Acres (more or less) of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture LAND, situate in the said parish of Panteague, near the above lot, and about a quarter of a mile from Pontrhydyrin Tin Works, and now in the occupation of Mr. William Jones, as tenant thereof. Lot 3. A COPPICE WOOD, containing about 9f Acres (more or less), situate in the said parish of Panteague, and ad- joining lot 1. This Coppice is generally cut every seven years, and the Timber is in a very thriving state. Lot 4. Another COPPICE WOOD, containing about 5A. 1R. 5p. (more or less), well stored with young Timber, situ- ate in the said parish of Panteague, below the barn mentioned in lot 2. Lot 5. Another COPPICE WOOD, containing about 13. 3n. 31P. (more or less), also well stored with young Timber, situate in the said parish of Papteague, and adjoining lot 2. The whole of the above is advantageously situated at a short distance from the market town of Pontypool and its surrounding Iron Works, where the produce of the Coppice Woods will meet with a ready sale. The Estate abounds with game, particularly lots 4 and 5. Mr. Solomon Jones, tenant of lot 1, will shew that lot and lot 3 and Mr. J ones, tenant of lot 2, will shew that and the remain- ing lots. The Timber on each of the lots is to be taken to at a valuation. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Gabb and Secretan, Solicitors, Abergavenny (if by letter, postage paid). Abergavenny, 16th Sept. 1831. BRECONSHIRE. CAPITAL STOCK OF Scotch Cattle, and prime Hill Sheep, FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On the Premises, By Mr. THOMAS PRICE, At TALLMAES PARK FARM, in the parish of TALGARTH, and within five miles of Crickhowell, on Thursday, the 22d Sept. 1831, the Sale to commence precisely at ten o'clock in the forenoon, THE capital STOCK of SCOTCH CATTLE and HILL SHEEP, on the said Farm, consisting of twelve prime Cows and Calves, eight Milch ditto, ten two-year-old Bullocks, ten three-year-old ditto, five three-year-old Heifers, and twenty-one Yearlings. The Stock of Sheep consists of 800 Wethers, Ewes, and Lambs, (cross between Radnor and Cheviot), warranted sound, which will be sold in suitable lots likewise three capital Horses. Three months credit on approved security. The Auctioneer begs leave to call the attention of gentlemen, farmers, and dealers in general, to the above Stock of Cattle and Sheep, as he can confidently recommend them,being well worthy of their notice; and will be obliged by an early attendance, as the whole will be sold in one day. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Very superior Flock of Sheep, of the Leicester and Cots- wold, and Leicester and Southdown Breeds; Cart and Nag Horses, Implements of Husbandry, §c. fyc. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On the Premises, By Mr. V. PARSONS, On Friday, the 23d day of September, 1831, PART.of the valuable and well-selected LIVE STOCK of A. TROTEII, Esq., of TIDENIIAM CHASE FARM, in the parish of Tidenham, distant about three miles from Chepstow, who is quitting part of his land. The LIVE STOCK consists of 100 Ewes of the Leicester and Cotswold breed, and about 100 Ewes of the Leicester and South- down, 50 yearling Wethers of the Leicester and Cotswold breed, and 50 Wether Lambs of the Leicester and Southdown two useful Cart Horses, one useful Hackney Mare, one beautiful grey Filly, by Waxy Pope; one Fat Cow, &c. THE IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY are, Kick Cloth with pulleys, complete Chaff Cutter, with horse wheel to work the same one large Corn Drill, which drills nine rows at a time one ditto for Seeds, one ditto for Turnips (all London-made) one Stone Roller, several pairs of Harrows and Scufflers, two long Scotch Carts, three Dung Carts, two Iron Ploughs, three Wooden ditto, several sets of Plough and Cart Gearing, Rakes, Spades, &c. &c. Also, a Blacksmith's Bellows, Anvil, and a complete assortment of Tools. The greatest part of the above Flock of Ewes are four tooth and six ditto. The young Sheep are very useful, and the Auc- tioneer can with propriety assure the Public the above mentioned Stock will be found truly valuable. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, Red Souse Farm to Let. TO BE LET, and entered upon at Christmas next,âA -α- compact and desirable small FARM, situate near Manson's Cross, about a mile from Monmouth, now in the occupation of Mr. Wm. Preece. Apply to Mr. Phillpotts, Solicitor, Monmouth. :7- BEECONSHXEE RACES, 1831. AT BRECKNOCK, On W ednesday the 28th, and Thursday the 29th of September. FIRST DAY. THE LADIES' PLATE of 50 Sovereigns, for horses of all JL ages. Three-years-old, 7st 31b; four, 8st; five, 9st; six, 9st 61b aged, 9st 91b. Mares and geldings allowed 31b. Two mile heats. c' THE USK STAKES of Five Sovereigns each, with Twenty Sovereigns added, for horses, &c. not thorough bred. Three- years-old, 7st 91b four, 8st 101b five, 9st 71b six, lOst; and aged, lOst 21b. Mares and geldings allowed 31b. Horses, &c. bred in the Principality, or that have been bona fide the property of a resident therein the preceding six months, allowed 51b a winner of 100 sovereigns at one time to carry 71b extra. Heats once round and a distance. THE FARMERS' STAKES of Sovereigns each, and a CUP, given by the town of Brecknock, for horses, &c. not thorough bred (the second horse to save his stakes). Three- years old, 8st; four, 9st 41b; five, lOst 31b six, list; and aged, list 21b. Heats once round and a distance. To close oa the 1st of September. SECOND DAY. THE MEMBERS' PLATE of 50 Sovereigns, for any horse &c. Three-years-old, 7st 21b four, 8st 41b five, 8st 121b six and aged, 9st 41b. Two mile heats. The winner of the Ladies' Plate to carry 31b extra. Mares and geldings allowed 31b.â Horses, &c. bred in Wales, allowed 51b in addition, &c. A SWEEPSTAKES of Five Sovereigns each, with Twenty Sovereigns added, for horses that have been hunted at least six times in South W ales, or the counties of Hereford, or Monmouth Doncaster King's Plate Weights. Maiden horses allowed 5lb â¢. a winner of the Bosworth, Billisdon Coplow, or Oakley Park Stakes, to carry 121b extra. To close and the horses to be named to Messrs. Weatherby, or the Clerk of the Course, on or before the 20th of September, 1831. A FORCED HANDICAP STAKES of Five Sovereigns each, with 25 Sovereigns added. Heats once round and a dis- tance, about one mile and a half. To close and name for the Ladies' Plate and Usk Stakes, on or before eight o'clock in the evening of the 27th day of Septem- ber next; and for the Members' Plate and Handicap Stakes, before ten o'clock in the evening of the First Day, to the Clerk of the Course, Brecon. Certificates and qualifications to be pro- duced before running. All entrance money for plates and sub- scriptions to stakes to be paid before starting, or not entitled to run. For each of the plates and stakes three horses must enter, or they will not be permitted to start without consent of the Stew- ards but if two horses enter, their entrance money shall be returned, should they not be allowed to start. Each of the winning horses to pay one guinea for.the scales and weights, and half a guinea for each of the horses for the dif- ferent plates and stakes, at the time of naming, to the Clerk of the Course. All disputes to be settled by the Stewards, or whom they ap- point. The horses to start at Eleven o'clock each Morning pre- cisely. Ordinaries at the Castle Hotel each day Balls at the Town Hall each night. Suppers provided from the Lion Inn. CHARLES M. R. MORGAN, ESQ. MP.) A WALTER WILKIN'S, ESQ. £ STEWARDS. THOMAS PRICE, Clerk of the Course. A SILVER CUP, for PONEYS not exceeding 13 handA each, each day. Bell Inn and Commercial Tavern. BRECON. WILLIAM JONES, RESPECTFULLY begs leave to return his grateful thanks. to the Nobility, Commercial and Agricultural Gentlemen, and the Public in general, for their kind and liberal suppoTtsince nis commencement at the above Inn, and he further begs to in- form them that his House has just undergone a thorough Repair, and is now fitted up in a manner capable of affording every pos- sible accommodation for the convenience and comfort of his Guests. He trusts by strict attention and moderate charges to merit a continuance of their favours. Neat Post Chaises, Cars, and Gigs, with steady Horses and Drivers, on reduced terms. A COACH Daily (Sundays excepted) to Bristol, Bath, and London, in Mail-time. Passengers and Luggage Booked through- out at considerably reduced Fares. Loose Boxes and convenient Stables for Race Horses, on com- mercial terms. Ordinaries daily, during the Races, which commence on the 28th instant. The Clerk of the Course will meet the Gentlemen disposed to enter Horses for the Breconshire Races, at the above Inn at seven o'clock on the evening previous to the first day of the Races. Brecon, 12th September, 1831. NOTICE is herebv given, that on the twelfth day of Septem- ber instant, an Older was signed by Jr^mes Barnard Davies an) James Ashe Gabb, Clerks, two of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the county of Monmouth, for Stopping up as unnecessary a certain public Footway, situate in the parish of Landenny, in the said county, leading across certain Lands there belonging respectively to his Grace the Luke of Beaufort, to John Evans, Farmer, and to Thomas Jasper, Farmer, com- mencing at a certain Gate belonging to the said John Evans, situate by the side of the public Highway there, leading from the Turnpike-road between Bagland and Chepstow, nearly oppo- site to Treworgan House, to a certain other public Highway there leading from Lanerthil to the new Turnpike-road between Rag- land and Monmouth, and ending at the point at which the said Footway adjoins the said last-mentioned Highway leading from Lanerthil to the new Turnpike -road between Ragland and Mon- mouth and which said Footway contains in length six hundred and eighty-two yards or thereabouts, and is further described in a Plan thereof annexed to the said Order. And that the said Order will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace of the said county, at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be holden at the Town-Hall in Usk, in and for the said county, on the seventeenth day of October next. And also that the said Order will at the said Quarter Sessions be confirmed and enrolled, unless upon Appeal against the same, then made, it shall be otherwise determined. GABB & SECRETAN, Solicitors. Abergavenny, the 14th day of September, 1831. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the twelfth day of Septem- ber instant, an Order was signed by James Barnard Davies and James Ashe Gabb, Clerks, two of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the county of Monmouth, for Stopping up as unnecessary a certain part of a public Highway, leading from.: the Turnpike-road there between Ragland and Chepstow, nearly opposite to Treworgan House, to a certain other public Highway there, leading from Lanerthil to the new Turnpike-road between Ragland and Monmouth, commencing at the point at which it joins the said last-mentioned Highway, and ending at the point at which it is intersected by a newly made piece of public High- way leading from the said last-mentioned Highway into the said Highway part of which is so ordered to be stopped up as afore- said, and which said piece of Highway so ordered to be stopped up is bounded by Lands belonging to his Grace the Duke of Beaufort, in the respective occupations of William Robins, farmer, William Arnold, labourer, and Michael Phillips, carpenter, and Lands belonging to Thomas Lewis, labourer, and contains in length two hundred and eighty-six yards or thereabouts, and in breadth twelve feet or thereabouts, and is situate in the parish of Landenny, in the county of Monmouth aforesaid, and is further described in a plan thereof annexed to the said Order. And that the said Order will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace of the said county, at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be holden at the Town-Hall in Usk, in and for the said county, on the seventeenth day of October next; and also that the said Order will at the said Quarter Sessions be confirmed and enrolled, unless upon an Appeal against the same, then made, it shall be otherwise determined. GABB & SECRETAN, Solicitors. Abergavenny, the 14th day of September, 1831. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the twelfth day of Septem- ber instant, an Order was signed by James Barnard Davies and James Ashe Gabb, Clerks, two of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the county of Monmouth, for Stopping up as unnecessary a certain part of a public Footway, situate in the parish ot Landenny, in the said county, leading from the Turn- pike-road there, between Ragland and Chepstow, towards the village of Landenny aforesaid, across a certain Garden there, in the occupation of Michael Phillips, Carpenter, and certain Land there, belonging to and in the occupation of William Bigh&iii, Farmer, commencing at the point at which it joins the said I urn- pike-road between Ragland and Chepstow, and ending at the point at which it is intersected by another branch of a newly made public Footway leading from the said Turnpike-road into the said Footway so leading towards the village of Landenny as aforesaid; and which said piece of Footway so ordered to be stopped up contains in length one hundred and twenty-six yards or there- abouts, and is further described in a plan thereof annexed to the said Order. And that the said Order will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace of the said county, at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be holden at the Town-Hall in Usk, in and for the said county, on the seventeenth day of October next, and also that the said Order will at the said Quarter Sessions be confirmed and enrolled, unless upon Appeal against the same, then made, it shall be otherwise determined. GABB & SECRETAN, Solicitors, Abergavenny, the 14th day of September, 1831.