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,S EVANS, NTANT, AND ESTATE AND AGENT, DOCK. STREET, NEWPORT, to the gentry and the public, that actuated .ingestions, and encouraged by the kind promises of men of business, and influential parties, Com- and Agricultural, to whom he has been long and well .n. he has taken out a License as an Auctioneer, Appraiser, j. The advertiser mav hope, without incurring the charge of resumption, that a residence in Newport of upwards of thuty- nree years a personal acquaintance with mcst of the trades- men and other inhabitants of long standing in the place and general knowledge of its local interests, will entitle him to a r share of the support and business patronage of his fellow- â¢nsnien and residents in the neighbourhood, a continuance whose favors it will be his anxious care to merit, by a zealous nd persevering attention to his duties, and undeviating and crupulous honor as regards his transactions. All sale accounts promptly settled. Newport, July 5th, 1849. MR. JAMES GRAVES, AUCTIONEER & APPRAISER, 38, COMMERCIAL-ST. NEWPORT, MOMMOXJTHSHIHE. A LL Sale Accounts settled within three dayi after the Sale is concluded. Valuations for Probate Legacy Duty, and Transfer promptly and carefully made. CIDER. JUST ARRIVED, Sixty Hogsheads of Prime Sweet CIDER; Forty ditto of Prime Devonshireâthe best and cheapest quality fur Farmers' use Ten Hogsheads of Prime Champagne Sweet Cider, for bottling. Apply to the Importer, JOHN LE COUTEUR, at his Stores, Corn Street. WANTED. A YOUTH, about Fourteen to Fifteen Years of Age, as an Apprentice to a Tinplate Worker and Brazier. For further particulars, (if by letter, post, paid,) apply at the MEBLIN Office, Newport, Monmouthshire. PARASOLS AT HALF-PRICE. LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY, UNDER PRIME COST. THE alterations at the ANCHOR HOUSE are to be J- made about 23rd instant. In order that the Stock may be adequately diminished during the intervening fortnight, the remainder of the Spring and Summer Goods, will be Sold, for Cash, at and under cost price. The whole stock being reduced, purchasers of Drapery will find this a rare opportunity to secure most decided Bargains. N.B âA Vacancy for an intelligent respectable Youth as an Apprentice. Apply to Mr. EDWARD THOMAS, Anchor House, New- port, Monmouthshire. July 6th, 1819. PLEASURE TRIP TO THE HOLMS. ;q On )10DAY, the 9th instant, the Steamer Will leave Newport Dock, for the Holms, (weather permitting,) At Eight o'clock in the forenoon, and will return the same Evening. FaresâAfter-cabin, 3s.; Fore-cabin, 2s. IN order to insure comfort, and prevent inconvenience, but a limited number of passengers will be taken. Admission on board to be by tickets only, which may be had of Messrs- T. Oliver and Co., Commercial-street; Messrs. Edwards, Rogers, and Co., Corn-street; J. N. Knapp and Co Pillgwenlly G. \V. Jones and Co., Llanarth-streer; and Mrs. Harris, 9, Dock Parade, Pillgwenlly. N.B.âPassengers are to provide their own refreshments. Newport, Mon; 2:ldJuly, 1819. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT WE, JAMES WILLIAMS and JOHN WIL- J. LIAMS, Jun., of No. 13, Ruperra-street, in Newport, in the county of Monmouth, Hard and Soft Stone Masons, have this day withdrawn ourselves and names from the existing Partnership, which has heretofore been subsisting between us and John W illiams, Sen., of the same place, Hard and Soft Stone Mason, and carrying on the trade or business of Hard and Soft Stone Masons, in all its various branches, in the name of J. WILLIAMS & Soss," in Clarence Place, in New- port aforesaid And all persons having any claims on the said estate, are requested to send the particulars thereof to the said parties and all persons indebted to the said estate, are re- quested to pay the amounts of their respective debts to the said parties.âAs Witness our hands this .5th day of July, 1S49. JAMES WILLIAMS, JOHN WILLIAMS. Witnessâ E. D. MATHIAS, Attorney's ClcrS, Newport. The said JaRs WILLIAMS, Senior, takes the earliest oppor- tunity of respectfully informing the nobility, gently, and inhabitants of Newport, and its neighbourhood, that he intends carrying on the above business solely by himself, and he hopes by a strict attention thereto, that he will receive a continuance of past favours. WHEREAS a Petition of WILLIAM JACKSON MONK- Vv HOUSE, of Blandare Cottage, in the parish of Panteague, in the county of Monmouth, Agent, an Insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Monmouthshire, at Pontypool, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said William Jackson Monkhouse, under the provisions of the statutes in that case made and pro- vided, the said William Jackson Monkhouse is hereby required to appear in such aforesaid Court on the Twenty-fourth day of July next, t Ten o'Clock in the forenoon precisely, for his first examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said statutes: and .Notice is Hereby Given, that the choice of Assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said William Jackson Monkhouse, or who have ar.y of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to ALEXANDER EDWARDS, ESQ., at his office, 1:1 Pontypool, nominated in that behalf by the said Court acting in the matter of the said petition. ALEXANDER EDWARDS, Clerk of the said Court. ~Y\J HEME US a Petition of WILLIAM RICHARDS, of George-street, in the Town of Pontypool, in the County ot iVjpanjouth, Painter and Glazier, and licensed Retailer of Beer, an Insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Monmouthshire, atPontvpool, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said Wil- ham Richards, under the provisions of the statutes in that case made and provided, the said William Richards iB hereby re- quired to appear in. such aforesaid court, on the twenty-fourth day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon precisely, for Ms first examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the qaid statutes: And notice is hereby given, that the choice of assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said William Richards, or who ha any of his effcets, are not. ta pay or deliver the same but to Alexander Edwards, Esq., at his Office in Pontypool, nominated in that behalf by the said Court, acting in the matter of the said petition. ALEXANDER EDWARDS, 1 Clerk of the said Court. WTHEREAS.8 Petition of SAMUEL PUGH, of Aber- » t sychan, 1;1 the Parish of Trevethin, in the County of Monmouth, Grocer and General Shopkeeper, and late of the same place Coal Contractor, an Insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Monmouthshire, at Pontypool, and an interim order for protection from process having been given to the said Samuel Pugh, under the provisions of the statutes in that case made and provided, the s-id Samuel Pugh is hereby required to appear in such aforesaid court, on the twenty.fourth day of July next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon precisely, for his first examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the pro- visions of the said statutes And notice is hereby given, that the choice of Assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons indebted to the said Samuel Pugh, or who have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Alexander Edwards, Esq., at his Office, in Pontypool, nominated in that behalf by the said Court, acting in the matter of the said petition. THE NATIONAL PERMAMENT INVESTMENT SOCIETY. 24, BRIDGE STREET, BRISTOL. THE Directors of this Company, the objects of which are the making advances to the shareholders for the purchasers of property, or the paying off mortgages, and providing a secure mode for the investment of money at 6 per cent. com- pound interest, are ready to receive applications from persons desirous of becoming their district surveyors or agents. A copy of the rules will be forwarded on receipt of sixteen postage stamps. For particulars, apply to EDWARD GREVILE, Manager. NEW DISCOVERY. GUTTA PERCHA VARNISH PENS. PATRONIZED by Merchants, Bankers, Solicitors, and JL others. Jackson's Gutta Percha Solution, and India Rubber Varnish Pens. The inventor recommends them in preference to any others yet introduced, as the above varnish serves for a coating, and prevents any possibility of ink or dampness getting to the pen, âconsequently a free now of ink is obtained, and that too often occurrence, the wiping of pens, is obviated.' Mr. J. begs to offer the above as far superior to any ever yet introduced. It is a well-known fact, that the long use of Metallic Pens is not the only means of causing them to be con- demned,âon the contrary, you may write with a metal pen say five minutes, place it down and take it to use again, the ink will not now it is evident corrosion takes place, which prevents a free flow of the ink. The following prices are within the reach cf all,âvia.: 4d. Sc 6d. per dozen or 3a. and 4s. 6d. per gross. AGENTS:â Newport Mr. Reed, Stationer, High-street Mr. Jones, Stationer, Commercial-street. Pontypool Mrs. Carter, High-street. Cardiff..»»^lr. Webber, Guardian Office, Duke-street; and Mr. Ridler, Post-Office, Bute-street. Messrs. Morgan and Thomas, Ship Chandlers. Mr. Evans, Grocer, &c., Bute Dock. Rhymney Mr. Morris, Grocer. Treforest Mr. Willis, Ironmonger. Newbridge Mr. Harris, Grocer. Caerphilly Mr. Evan Evans, Draper, Aberdare Mr. Evans. Druggist. Aberaman Mr. Lisle, Grocer, Ac. Abersychan, .Mr. Coleman, Grocer, &c. Blaenavon Mr. Underwood, Ironmonger, Sec. Brynmawr Mr. Stephenson, Stationer Usk. Mr. Edwards, Druggist Caerleon Mrs. Matthews, Grocer, &c. Abe £ ga.venny. mrr. Mrs. Evans, Tudor-street Ebbw Vale Mr. Nash, Grocer Nantyglo Mr. Williams, Post-Office IMPORTANT CAUTION.âThe above genuine pens are only to be obtained from the duly appointed agents. THE BRISTOL GAZETTE AND PUBLIC ADVERTISER, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING, AT No. 46, NICHOLAS STREET. MR. HENRY JAMES MILLS begs most respectfully to t inform his friends and the public that the GAZETTE will continue to be conducted by himself, on behalf of the Widow and Family of his deceased Brother, and on his own account. The GAZETTE has been established now nearly a century, and the extensive patronage with which it has been, and is honoured, renders it a desirable medium for Advertisers. Every description of Job and Book Printing executed on the premises, at the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable terms. DENT'S IMPROVED WATCHES & CLOCKS. EJ. DENT, Watch and Clock Maker, by distinct appoint- « inents, to the Queen, H.R.H. Prince Albert, and H.I.M. Emperor of Russia, most respectfully solicits from the public an inspection of his extensive STOCK OF WATCHES AND CLOCKS, embracing all the late modern improvements, at the most economical charges. Ladies gold watches, with gold dials, jewelled in fcur holes, eight guineas gentlemen's, with enamelled dials, ten guineas; youths' silver watches, four guineas. Warranted accurate going lever watches, jewelled in four holes, six guineas. E. J. Dent, 82, Strand, 33, Cock- spur Street, and 34, Royal Exchange (Clock Tower Area.) IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. MESSRS. STiy £ XS & CO. feel it their duty, at the approaching season, to remind their friendsand the public, of the especial vaiue of their ORIGINAL GREEN GINGER WINE, as an efficient remedy against stomach and bowel attacks. The highest medical authorities, amongst whom are Dr Pritchard, Dr. Fox, Dr. Symmonds, the late Dr. Riley. William Hraparh, Esq., and Dr. Maiden, have given ample testimonials in its favour, which would be published and appended to each bottle, but that it would incur the adoption of the medicine stamp, in avoiding which, the public are enabled to obtain this valuable article at a moderate price. In cases of dvspepsia, it will be found a valuable stomachic, whilst the carminative property derived from the Green Ginger renders it not only safe and beautiful, but a most delightful and refresh- ing summer beverage when diluted with water. From its well. known character and superioiity, it is unnecessary to make any further comment. Stivens and Co. confidently recommend it as a certain remedy in cases of an attack of the present alarm- ing and wide spreading disease and also a valuable preventa- tive against it. Observe the envelope over the cork,with signa- ture, as fraud and imitation have been frequently practised. N. B. Stivens' Orange Tonic and Concentrated Essence of Green Ginger will be found extremely useful. May be obtained of Mr. Henry Sheppard. Grocer, Newport. Mr. J. Ewins, jun., Confectioner, Newport. Mr. John Stewart, Grocer, Newport. Mr. Thomas Clarke, Grocer, Newport. Messrs Clarke and Son, Cwmbrain. Mr. James Harris, Grocer, Pontypool. Messrsx. Bull and Co., Grweis, CARRIAGE FREE. TEAS AT WHOLESALE PRICES, No. 2, BUCKLERSBURY, CHEAPSIDE. rilHE attention of Families and Large Consumers is particularly directed to the advantages derivable at the above Establishmen 1 where Teas and Coffees are supplied at the IMPOUT PRICES, without the usual addition of intermediate profits. The present time is an excellent opportunity tor purchasers to replenish their stocks, as prices are unusually low, and the quality of this easoa's Teas is remarkably good. We beg to olfer- BLACK TEAS. Per lb. s. d. Good common Black Tea â¢â¢ â¢â¢ â¢â¢ â¢â¢ 2 8 Good sound Congou Tea (a very good common Tea) 3 0 Strong Congou Tea (an excellent Tea for domestic purposes) 3 4 Fine Congou Tea, Pekoe flavour (we recommend this particularly) â¢â¢ â¢â¢ â¢â¢ â¢â¢ 3 8 Pekoe Souchong Tea (a very superior Tea) â¢â¢ â¢â¢ 4 0 Fine Pekoe Souchong (this is the finest of its class, very Tlch flavour) 4 4 BLACK TEAS. Per lb s. a Finest Lapsang Souchong (exceedingly scarce and rare. This Tea would have fetched 10s. per lb. a few years since) â¢â¢ â¢â¢ 5 0 GREEN TEAS. Good common Green 3 0 Fine Twankay Tea 3 4 Young Hyson, 3s 8d., 4s. 4d., 5s. Hyson, 3s. 10d., 4s. 4d., 5s., 6s. Gunpowder, 4s 4s. 4d., 5s., 6s., 7s. It will be seen we have not made remarks about our Greens, as they are generally used to flavour the Blacks, and are used according to the choice of the consumer. COFFEE. s. d. Good commou Coffee 0 9 Ceylon ditto â¢â¢ â¢â¢ â¢â¢ â¢â¢ 0 10 Finest ditto â¢â¢ 10 Fine Plantation Coffee 1 Finest Java ditto 1 K Finest Cuba ditto 1 z. Finest Mocha ditto 1 Our Coffees are rousted by patent machinery, by which the aroma is preserved, and all acidity removed. Where parties are unknown to the firm, a reference in town is expected. MANSELL & CO., Tea Dealers, 2, Bucklersbury,Cheapside, London -Delivered, carriage free, to any part of the Kingdom- Agent for Newport, II. KNIGHT,Grocer and Flour Dealer, 33. Marshes Road.-Chepstow,-CIIAS. HODGSON Oheivist. THE LITERARY GAZETTE, ESTABLISHED 1817; ENLARGED 1846. PUBLISHED every Saturday at the Literary Gazette Office, 300, Strand, London. Price, FOURPENCE Stamped' FiVEPEN'CE to "o Free by Post, and in time for transmission to all parts of the country by the early trains or morning mails of the same dayo. (Monthly Parts, containing four or five numbers, Is. 4d. or Is. 8d.) So long held in high public estimation, the Literary Gazette continues to afford a complete view and record of the National literature, science, and the fine arts, with the addition of Foreign intelligence on the same subjects from every part of the civilized world. It has, also, of late, made liberal improvements in the various branches which its plan has embraced. In every department of literature peculiar to learned research, medical practice, philosophy, important works in Foreign languages, &c., iC. in addition to publications of more general character:âin science, voyages, travels, history, poetry, the fine arts, drama- tic and musical criticism, gentlemen of ability and experience in these matters have been incorporated with the regular staff of the JorKNAL OP BELLES LETTRES, and under the same editorial supervision which has, from 1817, sustained its reputation and influence and it is consequently hoped that increased energy and talent will be manifest throughout the whole, and a weekly sheet acknowledged which may justly challenge comparison with the greatest and best of periodical publications. During the current year, the most interesting papers on the earliest records of the human race, philological investigations of the highest importance, and antiquarian discoveries and proceedings at home and abroad, have formed a very prominent feature in nearly every weekly number. Of these, and all other literary matters, this Journal is, in fact, the only comprehensive exponent in the periodical press and members of literary and scientific societies, as well as intelligent readers of every class, who reside in remote parts, may through its columns be promptly made acquainted with everything that is done or heard of at head quarters. For rising families, it is peculiarly adapted, as it conveys instruction of every practical and intellectual kind, mingled with the more amusing literature which is calculated to attract and interest youthful minds, till they are filled with the information and knowledge of the passing time. May be ordered of any bookseller or newsman in town or countrv, or at the Literary Gazette publishing and advertising office, No. 3CO, Strand, London; where also the yearly subscription of 21 s 8d., or, half-yearly, JOs. lOd. may be paid, by post office order or town reference, and the Literary Gazette, stamped for the country or colonies, will be regularly forwarded by post; or, if in monthly parts, at 17s. 4d. per annum, with the monthly periodicals. GENTLEMEN are prepared for Universities, Military and Naval Academies, professional and general pursuits, bv Mr. S. GRIFHTH, M.C.P., Member of Sydney Suss College, Cambridge, Examiner to the Baptist Academy, Bristol, and for many years head master of the Wesleyan Institution at Kingswood. Redlands, Bristol. VERY VALUABLE FARMS, LANDS, AND MESSUAGES FOR SALE. IN THE COUTIES OF MONMOUTH & GLAMORGAN. Mr. II. M. PARTRIDGE WILL SELL BY AUCTION, at the HEAD INN, TV NEWPORT, Monmouthshire, on WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of JULY, 1849, at One o'clock in the Afternoon, for Two, precisely, by order of the Devisee and Executor of the late John Butler, Esq., of Caerleon. Lot i. A. compact and desirable Farm, called Glensawel, with good farm house, stables., and outbuildings, comprising 52 acres and 18 perches of pasture, arable, and wood land, situate in the parish of Henliis, in the county of Monmouth, about six miles from the town of Newport, and adjoining lands belonging to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart., Uichard Seamark, Esq., rnd Thomas Robert?, Esq., and bounded on the front by the road leading from Henllis to Newport, and now m the occupation of Henry Francis, as yearly tenant. Lot 2.âTwo closes of rich Meadow Land, comprising 10A. 3lf 93P. situate in the said parish of Ilenlhs, near the churcn, Oi.. jr., an hVloncinn- to Sir Charles Morgan, and surrounded b> lands belong! pranc;s Bart., and now in the occupation ot Hti.rj Francis. Lot 3.âA close of Arable Lana, comprising bA 2it. ^4p. situate in the said parish of Henlhs, ana bounced on one side bv the road leading from liettws to Newport, on two sides by lands belonging to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart., and on the other side by a brook dividing; the parishes of Henliis and Bettws, and now in the occupation of Henry Francis. Lot 4 Apiece ot Pasture Land, comprising 5A. In. 24p, situate in the said parish ot Henliis, near Lot 1, and bounded bv lands belonging to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart Richard Seamark, Esq., anuMr. Thomas Lloyd, and occupied by Henry Francis. Lot 5.-A compact and desirable Farm. caned Blaen y Cwm, with the farm house, stables, and outbuif.iings, comprising J of pasture, arable, and wood land, situateadjoin- ing the parish road in the said parish of Henilis, about five miles from Newport and Pontypool, bounded by lands belong- ing to Sir Charles Morgan, Bart., Joan Lloyd Vaughan Watkins, Esq., and Mr. Lewis Edwards, and now in the occu- pation of Henry Morgan. This farm abounds with coal, and there is a valuable right of common Lot 6. All those two closes of Wood Land, called Coed J Chambre. containing by admeasurement 17A. In. 27r.. situate in the parish of Lanbaddock, in the said county of Monmouth, and bounded bv lands belonging to th? Duke of Beaufort, and bv the road leading from Langibby to Glasooed. Part of the land is coppice, ar.d the rest is well-stocked with young oak timber and coppice wood, ot sixteen years growth. Lot 7.-All that other piece of Wood Laud, called The Wern, containing by admeasurement 6 acres, situate in the said parish of Lanbaddock, near lot G, and bounded by lands belonging to the Duke of Beaufort and â Jones, Esq. This piece is well- stocked with timber and with valuable young oak coppice, of four years growth. Lot 8.-Ãll that Messuage or Dwelling House, for many years in the occupation of the late John Butler, Esq., rnd now of A. B. Savery, Esq situate in the town of Caerleon, 'ogether with a large Garden and coach house, five-stall stable, yard, and out-offices adjoining. The Dwelling House comprises entrance-hall, dining, draw- ing, and breakfast roorr.s, library, commodious kitchens, laundry, pantries, &c., and ten bedrooms. The house and offices are well-supplied with both sorts of water. Lot 9.âAll that Tenement and Shop, adjoining the last lot, with a garden behind, occupied by John Mills, at the yearly rent Also an mat TCUCUKUI M J.B^.NEN behind the same, adjoining the last-mentioned premises, and in the occupation of John Daniels, at the yearly rent of £5 per annum. Lot 10. All that Orchard, with cart-house, granaries, barn, stable, loose baxes, and pigsty, also adjoining lot 8, having a frontage of 160 teet, or thereabouts, to the road leading to the Caerleon Bridge, and containing, by admeasurement, 1 rood allLot'll.eâAH that Messuage or dwelling-house, called Belle Vue Cottage, together with the gardens, shrubbery, coach- house, and two-stall stable adjoining, situate in the parish of Christchurch, in the county of Monmouth, and bounded m front by the main road leading from Christchurch to Caerleon. The house contains two parlours and five bed-rooms, with kitchens and offices. The property is held under lease for the term of 61 years, from December, 18-34, at the yearly rent of £1 128. The property is in the occupation of Mrs. Batchelor, at the yearly rent of £25. Lot 12.âAll those three closes of arable, pasture, and brake land, comprising lSA. 2R. gP., situate in the said parish of Christchurch, adjoining the road leading from Christchurch to Cat's Ash, and bounded by lands belonging to the late Miss Gorges, C. J. K. Tynte, Esq., Thos. Powell, Esq., and Richard Seamark, Esq and now in the occupation of Edward Morgan. Lot 1:3.-A11 those five closes of rich pasture land, comprising 16A. OK. 19p., situate in the said parish of Christchurch, adjoin- ing Little Trosnant Farm. and bounded by lands belonging to W. M. Wood, Esq., C. J. K. Tynte, Esq., Grace Smythies, Jana Meredith, and Elizabeth Davies, and in the occupation of Joseph Bowler. The above lot is copyhold of the Manor of Liswerry. Lot 14.-All that old-established and well-accustomed public house, called the Royal Ann, situate in Llanarth-street, New- port. now and for many years past in the occupation of Mrs. Cecilia Roberts, at the yearly rent of £30. This property is held under lease for the term of 70 years, from June, 1825, at a ground rent of f3 4s. 6i. Lot 15.âAll those six tenements or cottages, together with the outhouses thereunto belonging, situate at Abersychan, in the parish of Trevethin, in the county of Monmouth, near the village of Abersychan, and the Pentwyn Iron Works, and bounded by the premises belonging to John Jenkins, Esq., of Snatchwood, and the road leading from Pontypool to Abersy- chan, and now in the respective occupations of Ann Roach, Thomas Branch, Mary Ann Davies, W illiam r isher, Thomas Gunning, and Margaret Williams, producing an annual rental of £ 27 l'2s. â TTr These houses are copyhold of the Manor of Wentsland and Bryngwin. Lot 16.-All those two tenements, with the yards and gar- dens thereunto belonging, situate in Old Castle, in the town of Bridgend, in the county of Glamorgan, and now in the respec- tive occupations of Thomas Richards and David Jones. To view the premises, apply to the respective tenants and for further particulars, and conditions of sale, apply to the Auctioneer; or to Messrs. SAYEliY, CLARK, and Co., Solicitors, Bristol. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. UNRESERVED SALE OF VALUABLE FURNITURE & EFFECTS. MR. H. M. PARTRIDGE is honoured with instructions from Mrs. Beaumont to SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises at Bryn-Hyfryd House, in the parish of St. Woollos, on WEDNESDAY, the 1st August, 1849, an l following dav, all the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, in Zebra "iood Rosewood, and Mahogany; Carringe, Harness, and efL-cts; particulars of which will aope-ir in a future advertisement, and Catalogues to be had (one week prior to the sale) on the pre- mises, at the Principal Inns in the neighbourhood, and at the Auctioneer's Offices, 141, Commercial Street, and St. Woollos House, Stow-hill, Newport. 28th June, 1849. COPYHOLD FARMS, MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. H. M. PARTRiDflHj at the Westgate ELtel, Newport, on TUESDAY, the 10th day of JVLY, 1849, at three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions a8 will be then produced, An undivided moiety of and in a Customaryhold Farm, called the" Banner Farm," containing by estimation Iii acres of pasture land, including about 2.J acres of wood, situat in the parish of )lonythusloyne,Ionmouthshire, and at present in the occupation of John Aurelius and Thumas Thomas as tenants, excepting the woodland, which is unlet. Also an undivided moiety of and in another customaryhold Farm, called the" Gwrhay Vach Farm," consisting of an ex- cellent farm-house, and requisite barBs, stables, and outbuild- ings, and about 25 acres of pasture land, situate in the said parish of Monythusloine, as 1he same are at present in the occupation of Mr Wathin Watkins, together also with ten workmen's cottages, erected for the accommodation of parties working at the adjacent collieries. The s,lid farms are situate within a short distance of Crum- lin, and they are held of the Manor of Abercarne. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Messrs PROTHERO, TOWGOOD, and FOX, Solicitors, Newport. SALE OF FURNITURE, WINES, BOOKS, &c. CAERLEON, MONMOUTHSHIRE. 1^0 BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. H. r. PARTRIDGE, Jt on the premises, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, the 12th and 13th JrLY, 1819, all the Household Furniture, Books, Wines, Carriages, Harness, Saddles and Bridles, double- barrelled Gun, percussion lock, Dairy and Brewing Utensils, Farming Implements and Effects, without reserve, the property of A. B. Savery, Esq., who is leaving the neighbourhood. Including mahogany four-post, tent, bureau, and cupboard bedsteads, straw, wool, and hair mattresses, blankets and counterpanes, mahogany and painted wardrobes, chests of drawers, washstands and dressing tables, bedsteps, commodes, bidette, patent shower bath, with curtains complete, mahogany dining, Pembroke, sofa, and card tables, deal kitchen and round ditto, mahogany sideboard, ditto Gardavine case. butlers' trav and stand, mahogany bookcases, Brussels and Kidderminster room and stair carpets and hearth rugs, brass and iron stair rods, iron, steel, wire, and japanned fenders, and sets of fire irons, set of ten and two arm mahogany frame chairs, in hair seating, set of six and two arm ditto, set of ten and two arm ditto, in chintz mahogany Irame easy chair, in horse hair, ditto lounging ditto, in Morocco sofa, in chintz lounge, in horse hair, square piano forte, by Broadwood, pier, mirror, and swing glasses, bagatelle board, draft and backgammon ditto, a large and good assortment of brewing utensils, tubs, casks, &c., nearly new broad-wheeled waggon, by Wood roller, ploughs, chaff cutting machine, with two knives, patent man- gle a valuable collection of law and other books; a few dozens of very choice port, sherry, and Madeira wines, in bottle; new and elegantly constructed cab phteton, with head pole bars, and shafts, for one or a pair of horses, removeable driving seat, lamp, &c, (by Perry); a new and fashionable dog cart, by the same maker, with shitting seat, and lined with green silk plush set of single carriage harness, silver mounted, set of tandem ditto, collars, breast collars, saddle, single and double rein bridles, bits, nose bags, head collars, gig umbrella and stand, set of horse-breaking tackle, and miscellaneous effects, full particulars of which will appear in future advertisements, and in catalogues, which may be had on the premises, at the principal inns in the neighbourhood, and of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, St. Woollos House, Stow-Hill, and 141, Commercial- Street. Newport, 21st June, 1849, LONG ASHTON ACADEMY, NEAR BRISTOL. THIS Establishment is under the active Superintendence of Mr. KEMP, aided by Masters of the first abilities. The pupils are carefully instructed, and expeditiously qualified, either for the learned professions, or mercantile pursuits. Particular attention is paid to their gentlemanlike deportment, -and their heahh, morals, and religious instruction, are objects constant solicitude. The diet is unlimited, and of the best quality. Terms, which are moderate, may be known on application to the Principal. The Vacation will terminate on WEDNESDAY, the 18th instant. IMPORTANT SALE OF WINES. 1>ORTS, Sherries, Lisbons, and Bucellas, in pipes, hogs- heads, and quarters, together with One Thousand Dozen, of Wine, in bottle, the property of Messrs. Oflley, Webbers Forrester, and Co., Growers and Shippers. Mr. H. M. P AR FRIDGE is honoured with instructions from the above eminent firm to announce that on SATURDAY the 14th of JULY, 1849, he will have the pleasure of submitting to PUBLIC SALE, at his AUCTION LUtT, No 141 Commercial Street, Newport, at One for Two o'Clock precisely! the following WINES, in convenient lots 40 pipes of port, in pipes hogsheads, and quarter casks ) butts ot suerry, in butts, hogsheads, and quarters o pipes of Lisbon, in pipes, hogsheads, and quarterci; IncIuumg some of Webber's celebrated Bucellas Hock, and 1000 dozen of Porr, Slierry. and Bucellas the whole shipped by Messrs. Offley, Webber, Forrester, and Co., of Oporto. Mr. H. ,\1. Partridge begs to observe, that Messrs. Offley, Webber, Forrester, and Co.'s object, in thus introducing their produce, is to enable the consumer to supply himself direct from them, with a pure and unadulterated wine,âand their position, as growers and shippers, enables them not only to vouch for the genuineness of the wines, but also to offer them on terms highly advantageous to purchasers. The above wines may be tasted, in bond, in London, Glou- cester, and Bristol, or by sample, on FRIDAY, the 13th JULY, at the Auction Mart, Newport, between the hours of two and four, and on the morning of sale. Catalogues one week prior to the Sale. MO N MOUTHS III HE. IMPORTANT VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In and near the market towns of Abergavenny, Usk Mon- mouth, Chepstow, and Newport MESSRS. ADAM MURRAY & SON will SELL BY A AUCTION, at the AxfitiL Ix, ABERGAVENNY, on WEDNESDAY, the 1st day of AUGUST next, highly eligible FREEHOLD ESTATES, in the county of Monmouth, subdi- v'ded into Lots, for the convenience of purchasers, and com- prising the "Maindiff Court Estate," with the Manor, or re- puted Manor, of MaincJiff, the chief rents, heriots, and other ma- norial rights; together with two first-rate Commercial Inns and Posting Houses, in the town of Abergavenny; and various beautiful sites for the erection of Villa and other residences, near that town; some excellent Farms and eligible allotments of Land, Houses, Cottages, Gardens, and Orchards, situate in the several parishes of Abergavenny, Landilo Pertholey, Lan- gattock Lingoed, Lanvapley, Lanarth, Usk, Langibby, Lantris- sent, Tredunnock, and Shirenewton; and containing 9.0 Acres of Arable, Meadow, Pasture, and Wood Land. Also the advowson of the Vicarage of Monmouth, and impropriate Tithes of Dixton, Lanvaches, Penhow, Kemys Inferior, Usk, Gwohillog, Lanbaddock, Glascoed, and Lanishen. Printed Particulars, and conditions of sale, are in course of preparation, and when published (of which due notice will be given in future advertisements) may be had of Messrs. Wat- kins and Hooper, Solicitors. 11, Sackville-street, London Osmond Wyatt, Esq., Troy House, near Monmouth at the Angel and Greyhound, Abergavenny; the White Lion Bristol ⢠â °1^i'sloVr> aim li^kuouiu iieaa' Newport; Three Salmons, Usk; the Castle, at Merthyr and Brecon; the Bell, Gloucester; at the Auction Mart, and Garraway's Coffee House, London; and of Messrs. Adam Murray and Son, 35, Craven-street, London. RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COMPANY. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAMENT. Capital One Million. Offices, 3, Old Broad-street. DIRECTORS. John Dean Paul, Esq., 217, Strand, Chairman. George Berkeley Harrison, Esq., 24, Great Tower-street Deputy Chairman. Humphrey Brown, Esq., M P Westminster and Tewkesbury James Clay, Esq., M.P., 2o, Montague-square George Clive, Esq., Sanderstead court, Croydon Samuel Whitfield Daukes, Esq., 14, Whitehall-piace Harvie Morton Farquhar, Esq., 16, St. James's-street. Alexander Greig, Esq., 10, Lowndes-street, Bel«rave-sauarp The Hon. Arthur Kinnaird, Pall Mall East, ° q BankersâMessrs. Strahan, Paul, Paul, and Bates,217 Strand Messrs. Ransom and Co., Pall Mall East. Surgeon-Bernard Wight Holt, Esq. F.R.C S., 5, Parliament- street, Westminster SolicitorsâMessrs. Holt and Aubm, 26, Bucklersbury. ON and from Monday, the 2nd of July, this Company will grant insurance tickets, at their Omces, No. 3, Old Broad- street, City, to persons desirous of securing the payment of a sum of money, in the event of loss of life or personal injury In happening to them while travelling by railway, on the following terms First-class passengers assured in the sum of £1,000 for three months, at a premium of 10s.; for six mon:hs, at a premium of 16s.; for twelve months, at a premium of Ll. Second class passengers assured in the sum of £ 500 for three months, at a premium of 7s. six ditto at I Is.; twelve ditto, 14s. This class of insurance is intended for the especial benefit of commercial travellers, and that of persons having periodical railway tickets on any of the railways in the kingdom. Arrangements are in cou:se of completion with the various railway companies forthe issue of insurance tickets for a Single Journey, at the various stations of all railways throughout the kingdom, on the following terms For the journey, irrespective of distance. First-class Passenger, Threepence, to insure £ 1,000 Second ditto Twopence, ditto Er, (" () Third ditto. One Penny, ditto ;E.;Iof) The single journey ticket will cover the risk to the assured of travelling the distance for which the railway ticket is issued, except in the case of a return ticket, when the party must effect a second assurance. All the premiums charged include the stamp duty, which will be payable to the government by the company. The sums for which persons are assured will be paid to their representatives in the event of an accident terminatincr fatally, and when it results in personal injuries only, liberal and im- mediate compensation will be made, and in such cases the company will send one of its officers to the spot, provided with money to make advances to any of the assured who may require such assistonce, and having authority to make such other general arrangements for the comfort of the sufferers as may be deemed expedient until the proper amount of compensation in each particular case can be determined. Prin'ed forms of application for periodical tickets, may be had at the offices of the company. ALEXANDER BEATTIE, Secretary. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. DR.. ROBERTS'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT, call d ihe POOR MAN'S I* RIKND, is confidently recom- mended to the public, as an unfailing remedy for wounds of every description, a certain cure for ulcerated sore legs (if of twenty years standing) cuts, bums, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic ei uptions, and pimples in the face, sore and inflamed eyes, soreheads, cancerous humours, &(- and is a specific for those afflicting rruptioas that sometimes follow vaccination.â Sold ia ;-is at h,. and 2. 9d. Also his PILUUE A N 1 ISC liOPJIOL/E, confirmed by more than forty years'experience to be, wiwiout exception, one ol the best alterative medicines ever compounded, for purifying the blood, and assisting nature in all her operations hence they are useful in scrophula, scorbutic complaints, glandular swell. ings, particularly those of the neck, &c. They are efficacious also in rheumatism, and form a mtld and superior family aperient that may be taken at all times, without confinement or change of (liet.-Sol,i in boxes, at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 11s., and 22s. each. "J. R.. residing in Belfast, had been ill for nine years, with a scrophulous ulcer m the leg. lie used ointment of every kind, for many years in succession, without producing more than a empora,, improvement ,n his leR. The ulcer now became â » painful that he was compelled to lie in bed for many weeks he curedUh?m." 8 "d a"d PlU8' whicb C0'nPletely cureù hIm. By the late Dr. Roberts's WilJ, Messrs. Beach and Barnicott, who have been confidently intrusled with the preparation of his medlclOe lor many years past, are left joint proprietors of the PoornMa°nr'.mF^nd"" ? P-l >0int P^Pnetors of the PilU 1âV .« vi >'⢠^U Antiscrophulse," â¢Â« Larwill's Pills, and Medicated Gingerbread Nuts," and Antis- corbutic Drops,' wuh the exclusive right, power and authority to prepare and vend the same. P aild autUonty OUSERVE.âNo medicines sold under the above names can possibly be Renutne.^ unless "Beach and Barnicott. late Dr. "d pâ¢d» Sold wholesale by the Proprietors, "BEACH and BARNICOTT at their Diapeusary, Bridport, and by the London Houses and retail by all respectable Medicine Vendors ia the United Kingdom. THE POPOLAR REMEDY. PARR'S LIFE PILLS. GOOD HEALTH is one of the greatest blessings in human life with- out it success in any undertaking must be of doubtful issue. To those of sedentary habits, and whose employment is necessarily more of a mental than of a physical nature, good health although seldom possessed by them is nevertheless an almost indispensable requisite. Some con- stitutions and dispositions require an active use of the muscles of the body; deny them this, and nature resents the offence by sinking into melancholy ^nd ripening. Students, Teachers. Clergymen, an,] otflerSi whose care and most anxious thought are constantly being called fjrth', can hope for but little pleasure in ttieir high and important undertaking; unless seconded by a proper buoyancy of spirit and vigour of mind. To secure this, then, becomes the first consideration of every individual- and the fine balsamic preparation, P ARR LIFE PILLS, of all mes dicines, is without dispute the best calculated to produce a fine flow of animal spirits, a clear hi-ai, and a ready perception. The extraordinary properties of this medicine ate thus desribed by an eminent physician, who says :â" After particular observation of the action of PARR'S PILLS, 1 am determined, in my opinion, that the following are their true properties FirstâThey increase the strength, whilst most other medicines have a weakening effect upon the system. Let any one take from three to four or six pills every twenty-four hours, and, instead of having weakened, they will be found to have revived, the animal spirits, and to have imparted a lasting strength to the body. Secoridl Y-in their operation they go direct to the disease. After you have taken six or twelve pills you will experience their effect; tho disease upon you will become less and less by every dose you take; an if you will persevere in regularly taking from three to six pills every day, vour disease will speedily be entirely removed from the system.^ None are Genuine, unless the words "PARRS LIFE P1LA.S,' are in White Letters on a Red Ground, on a Government Stamp, round each box; also, the fac-simile of the Signature of the Proprie o T. ROBERTS and Co., Crane Court, Fleet-street, London, on Directions.. Sold in boxes at Is. l^d., 2s. 9d., and family packets at lis. ea all respectable medicine vendors throughout the world. dir are given with each box, Sold by all chemists. NEWPORT DISPENSARY. THE Directors of this Institu'ion feel renewed pleasure in announcing; the Benefactions received in support of it since March last; and again express their hope, that many residents cf Newport, and its surrounding district, who are not included underneath, will communicate to the Secretary their intentions in favour of this useful charity. July 4th, 1S49. EDWD. lIA WKINS, Chairman. £ s. d. Amount advertised per MERLIN, 7th April last 174 14 0 SUBSCRIPTIONS.â1849. William Jones, Esq., Clytha 500 New British Iron Company 2 2 0 Aaron Crosfield, Esq. 1 1 0 Edward Dowling, Esq 1 1 0 John Fraser, Esq. I 1 0 Cyrus Hanson, Esq 110 John Hodgkinson, Esq., Alteryn I 1 0 Mr. William Jones, Pyle 110 Joseph Latch, Esq 1 1 0 T. M. Llewellin, Esq 110 William Llewellin, Esq., Abercarne House 110 Messrs. J. J. Nicholas and Co 1 1 0 James Poole, Jun., Esq., Bristol. 1 1 0 Ralph Ruscoe, Esq., 110 Mr. Daniel Tombs 1 1 0 Mr. James Wintle, (second subscription). 110 Rev. William Allen, 0 10 6 Edward Bell, Esq. () 10 6 Henry Colson, Esq 0 10 6 Robert Cullum, Esq 0 10 6 Mr. Henry Dew 0 10 6 ]NIr. William Evans, Dock-street. 0 10 6 I%lr. Leslev fic,,ell 0 10 6 Mr. T. F. Lewis 0 10 6 Mr. Isaac Matthews 0 10 6 Mr. Morgan Morgan 0 10 6 John Norris, E,q. 010 6 Mr. Thomas Sawtell o 0 10 6 Mr. William Leonard Scandrett 0 10 6 Bichard J. Scott, Esq. 0 10 6 Mr. John Tombs 0 10 6 Mr. William Williams, timber merchant 0 10 6 Mr. Thomas Watkins 0 10 6 Mr. Robert Webb 0 10 6 Mr. Edward Wells 0 1° 6 Mr. John Whitchurch o. 0 10 6 Mr. Joseph Wildy o,. 0 10 6 Mr. Joseph Davies o 0 5 0 Mr. James Ewins, Jun 0 5 0 Mr. Philip John 0 5 0 Mr. Samuel Polak 0 5 0 Mr. Charles Winter Jones 0 5 0 DONATIONS, &c. Samuel Bosanquet, Esq., Dingestow, near Mon. 2 2 0 Thomas Fothergill, Esq., Cheltenham 1 0 0 Edward Jones, Esq, 0 10 0 Collection at Mount Zion Chapel, 8th Mav, per Rev. G. Griffiths 1 2 6 Interest on Reserved Fund," to 30th June, 1849, making principal in hand, £ 500 11 3 2 (,T(, be E224 13 2 Subscriptions and benefactions towards the improvement and extension of this charity, and also in aid of its Reserved Fund," are received at all the Banks; by the Rev. Edward Hawkins, vicar of St. Woollos, and by HENRY WILLIAMS, Honorary Secretary, 10, Viet-iria- Place, Newport. CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, AND COMM KRCIAL EDUCATION, GIVEN TO YOUNG GENTLEMEN, BY MR. WM. BARBER, (Son of the Rev. A. Barber, Wesleyan Minister.) THE Duties of the above Establishment will re-commence -i on MONDAY, JULY IGth, 1849. Holidays Four weeks at C'iristm s and Midsummer. Prospectuses forwarded on application. GRAMMAR-SCHOOL, NEWPORT, MON MRS. C. POOLE BEGS to inform the friends of her pupils, and the public ,k-,P generally, that the duties of her Establishment, for Young LaJies and Gentlemen, will be resumed on TUESDAY, JULY 10th. Prospectuses, and all ether particulars, may be obtained on application. CHURCII OF ENGLAND ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN, Under the superintendence of the Rev. G. D. SPARKS, Newport rgtHE Business of this Establishment will be resumed on S MONDAY, the 30th instant. There are a few Vacancies lor Boardt rs in the Principal's house. 5, Victoria PI ce. ABERGAVENNY. MISS PUGH'S SCHOOL will lie-Open on the Twenty- fifth instant. Tudor Street, July 2nd, 1849. HOPE VILLA, STOKE'S CROFT, BRISTOL. MISS PIIIPPEN RESPECTFULLY announces to her friends that the JH present Recess will terminate on MONDAY, JULY 16th, 1849. OVERN LODGE, DOWNEND, NEAlt BRISTOL. MRS. CURTIS cont.nues to board and instruct YOUNG LADIES in Music, French, and every department ot English, for £ -0 per anntm undei ten years of age, £ 16 ditto. Singing, Drawing, Fainting, Italian, and German, three guineas each. Overn Hill has long been celebrated for the salubrity of its air the house is exceedinqly large, and the rooms are spacious and well ventilated. Thedomestic arrangements are liberal- food unlimited and it is iirs. Curtis's constant rim, by kind, judicious treatment, and tie proper use of physical exercise, to promote the health and se<ure the comfort of her pupils (as they will readily testify), while their religious instruction and moral improvement are objects of particular attention. Mrs. Curtis, having finished the education of noblemen's daughters, with whom she resided in England and France fifteen years, can coamand testimonials of the first respectability. A Parisienne resides on the Establishment. The duties of the ensuing half-year will commence on the 16th ot July. One or two parlour boarders received. BLENHEIM HottSE ACADEMY, LEA, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. CONDUCTED I5Y MR IRVING, F S.A. AT this Establishment, noted for salubrity of situation, Young Gentlemen ar« carefully prepared for the learned professions, military colleges, and for agricultural and com- mercial pursuits. The course of instruction embraces the Greek and Latin elassics, French, by a. resident master, (a native of France,) German, and mathematics, together with plain and ornamental writing, arithmetic, ffrawiSgv^practical land surveying, mer- wUitiitu'$re. '| The treatment is mild, and the'Svstem of tuition calculated to ensure the pupil's rapid progress in his studies. The pro- minence is given to Religion which its importance demands. Reports of conduct and progress are issued quarterly, and rewards periodically distributed by which, and other means, a spirit of emulation is excited, and the full powers of the youthful mind are drawn into action, without any recourse to corporal punishment. The present principal has been at the head of the establish- ment eleven years, ard can give the most satisfactory re- fer-nees to numerous clergymen and others, whose sons have been educated by him. A prospectus, and lithographed view of the house and pre- mises, together with the terms, which are moderate, and, if required, inclusive, will be forwarded on application, Distance from Gloucester, ten miles Ross, five numerous coaches to and from which pass the premises daily. The pupils will be expected to assemble punctually on the 18th July. OVERNDALE HOUSE LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, Three and a half miles from Bristol, on the Downend Road CONDUCTED BY JIRS. BAKER. No Day Pupils received. IT is with much pleasure and gratitude Mrs. Baker tenders her sincere thanks to her numerous friends, for their greatly-increased patronage, as well as for their very kind and flattering testimonials of approval; and she respectfully in- forms them, and the public, that the duties of her School will re-commence on the 18th of July, 1819. <- The course of instructlon includes every requisite of a sound, liberal, useful, polite, and Christian Education, embracing the modern European Languages, English Grammar, &c., with every other accomplishment befitting the gentlewoman. The French language, (so indispensable in the education of a gentlewoman,) is taught by a well-educated native French lady (a Protestant), residing In the house. For the encouragement of a spirit of emulation, and for the inducement of habits of industry, prizes are awarded to the excelling pupus, and the increased large number of rewards, for good conduct alone, given at the close of the last half-year, strongly evinces the moral efficiency of Mrs. Baker's system, which is founded on religious principles.. The house is large, situated on a lawn of great extent the locality is one of the healthiest spots in England, which fact the unvaried good healtii of the pupils corroborates. Mrs. Baker deems tiie health of her pupils of paramount importance, hence she positively asserts that the best of food (abundant in quantity), a pure iir> and healthful exercise, are eminently secured to them. In fine, Mrs. Baker's most anxious desire and aim are, that the arrangements of her establishment should be, in all respects, such as to render school a happy home and her every effort,'both preceptive and maternal, is conscien- tiously and untiringly directed to the attainment of such a desideratum. The pupils have the frequent use of a pony and phieton, for pleasureaile drives. i. TEUMS.âBoard ar.d tuition in English, Writing, and Arith- metic (by a master), music, French, astronomy, the globes, and all kinds of ueedlework, 23 guineas per annum. The other accomplishments at moderate charges. References are kindly permitted to the pupils' parents and other friends Prospectuses (elucidating the system) with a drawing of the premises, will be forwarded on application. EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES. FOR BOSTON AND NEW YORK. Direct from the Newport Dock, TIIE splendid first-class American Ship EUPHRASIA, t 1,20!) Tons buithen, BURSTING, Commander, will Sail on or about the 25th instant, wind and weather permitting. This vessel has very superior accommodation for cabin, inter- mediate, and steerage passengers. Her 'tween decks are upwards of nine feet in height. Has room for light goods. For freight and passage apply to EDWARDS, ROGERS, and Co., (late John Corper and Co,) Newport, and EDWARDS. ROGERS, & CAl^ER,.Bute Docks, Cardiff. Newpoi*t, "etE July, -1'

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