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j BRISTOL AND NEWPORT j <aa STEAM PACKETS, tejSkO WILL SAIL DurinS the NEXT WEEK.^fw^av I AS follows 0 FROM BRISTOL, CT- 12. Monday 9 morning Tpesday 10 morning *â Wednesday 10J morning THURSDAY 11 morning It' o 1DAY 12^ afternoon > Saturday 2 afternoon 0 FROM NEWPORT. Monday 7 £ morning 1a' ârUESDAY 8 moruing Wednesday 8 morning lfi* HURS»AY 9 morning l.' FRIDAY 9i morning ,SATURDAY Hi morning P AREs*. After Cabin, 4s.âFore-Cabin, 2s. 'ach. ^ren UQder 12 Years of Age, Half-price.âDogs, Is To p â¢Â«ame Day, provided a To and Fro Ticket is en, After-Cabin 6s Fore-Cabin 3s. ^°fses ^'arr'age> 20s.; Two-Wheel ditto, 10s. ^asseng ac Carriage drawn by one Horse with one ^ore.pffr* ^s- i Horse and Rider, After-Cabin, 7s: ditto v^ai"n, 6s. Giv^jT^e Proprietors of the above Steam Packets ^as*en? » '^at they w' not accountat>'e f°r anv p°od8 p ^Sgage, or will they be answerable for any I S«dV±*C' r Parcel'(if lo3t or damaged) unless if 8. e't^Pr of their Offices in Bristol or Newport; .0Ve the value of 40s. entered at its value, and *â¢*5. â¢a proportion paid for the same at the time of n. et 0f5ces^ Rownham-Wharf, Hotwells, and Rodney Wharf, Newport. p0 JOHN JONES, Agent. ^een^vp°°l AND ABF.RGAVENNY.-Coaches Daily weeu these places and Newport. I 'dge DuGar iROX Works, through Abercarn, New- IS* ni "d:weh>and Nantyglo.âA Coach Daily between 10 o'cj ,Ces and Newport arriving at Newport about | ^"obe jmorni,1g» and starting at 2 o'clock afternoon. I' ^Dipp AND BRISTOL. "^e New and beautiful Fast Going Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Steam Packet, LADY CHARLOTTE, Two Engines 30 Horse Power Each, | T. PARFITT, Commander, IY during October, with Passengers and Goods, as follows:- FROM CARDIFF. 0cT â Coach from Bridgend. i ls""Tl'ESDA'v â¢â¢â¢â¢ 8| morning 5 morning. .^â¢â¢â¢.Thursday ..10J morning 7 morning. â¢â¢â¢â¢Saturday .,11J morning â¢â¢ 8 morning. i FROM BRISTOL. I Oct in Coach to Bridgend. \'â¢"â¢Monday. 7 morning 2 afternoon. Ik**⢠⢠Wednesday BJ morning 2 afternoon. .rRiDAY â¢â¢â¢â¢ W nrortring 8 afternoon c Pares :âAfter Cabin,5s.âFore Cabin, 3s. eac|)' ^ren under 12 Years of Age, Half-price.âDogs, Is. I ^reshtne(na'e attends the Ladies' Cabin.âRe- p CntS may ^a(l on Board on moderate Terms. l5s.0,,IrWheel Carriage, 21s.; Ditto drawn by One Horse, ilof.' °-Wheel Carriage, 10s. 6d.; Horses, 6s. each; p »nd Rider, After Cabin. 9s.; Fore Cabin, 7s. 6d. the ^'?^,er8 are requested to order all Goods intended for ^arsh CHARI^OTTEto be sent to Clare Street Hall, Poi,â Bristol, Two Hours before the time ap- l° the p'°r Sailing, from whence they will be conveyed jacket at the Company's expense. ^fijto* absolutely necessary the Packet should leave *a8etop 'nstant sI>fc fleets, in order to make her Pas- |j Cardiff the same Tide, it is requested that Carriages the^Ses may be brought down Half an Hour previous .8 "ne a<*vertised for Sailing. *t>o8 'dyend and Cowbridge.âA Fast Light Post Coach 0 and from the Lady Charlotte. ^*rthyr.â-Coaches o and from Daily. Aberdare. Merthyr, Cowbridge, Bridgend, *'UCerilse'u. and Caerphilly.âGoods forwarded to these 4rS.'n Lock up Canal Boats and Waggons immediately un'es3 ordered by any particular conveyance, 11 un'es3 ordered by any particular conveyance, ^afeh Case they w'" deposited in the Steam Packet ^eliver°USe called for.âFreight to be paid on G °f tlle°ji8' Packages. Parcels, &c.&c. forwarded to all parts ^teatn ^dorn without delay, when sent to eitherof their 111 Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. '"â¢ll n âThe Proprietors of the above Steam Packet accoun'-able f°r any Cabin Passengers" Lug- p 1 or damaged) bove the value off2, nor for any >l«e 0fSie,nsers' L ggage(if lostor damaged) above the p 'eht un'ess 'n each case entered as such, and ,v«ry.111 Proportion paid for the same at the time of de- tk>0r ^bey be answerable for any other Parcel MSUch e value of £ 2 (if lost or\lamaged) unless entered j freight paid in proportion. ^staMil determination of the Proprietors to render this one l^e raost desirable means of com- c<a 'onbetween Bristol and South Wales. An excel- I S*1'' ^oa<' 's between the Town of Cardiff 1 Ppin Station, affording the greatest facility for An arr'ages, Horses, See. ^rther information as to Freight, &c. will be ?i dBta'ned by applying to the Agents. Mr Donovan, r a^et Office, on the Wharf, CardifF; or to Mr and, 38, Prince's Street, Bristol. ^laiugham, Liverpool, and Manchester. 11ELL COACH OFFICE BRECON. ^PARALLELED ACCOM\IODATION. v°iding the original expensive and circuitous N Route of Worcester. S ORTH AND SOUTH WALES CONNECTED Jl'anjj y an entire New Line of Road from Tenby, Car- i 1ry nat|d Merthyr Tydvil, to Birmingham, Shrews- I Ijiverpool direct, I j, "stot mwm I HORSE PATENT SAFETY COACH, II FROM THE ABOVE OFFICES, Ij ^NPRBCBDHNTBD LOW PARES, FI Very Monday, Wednesday, & Friday | jj Mornings, | jj Mornings, | jj Mornings, { er,byr, at a' Quarter before Five Brecon, » j 1*^ Half-past Seven. fe,h Hay> Kin ;ton, Le)>. jnster, Tenbury, Bewd- h '^derminster, Stourbridge) and Dudley, arriving j n°tel,^?.n and Chickens, Swan, Nelson, and Castle tK* ,riningbam, the same Evening, in time for all ⢠f lit ^oaches to the North of England as also at *â r'?11" Hotel, Shrewsbury, about the same Hour; » °»in "Ce leave at a seasonable Hour the *st»ec..S Morning, arriving early the same Day at their 'Tjjp Ve Coach Offices, Liverpool and Manchester. | o'^ay ROVER, Every Monday, Wednesday, and 'u l^e K°ar's Head Hotel, Carmarthen, and y'h, "otel, Tenby; also to Llampeterand Aberyst- i h'^ay ^SILEER, Every Monday, Wednesday, and Bristol, Bath, and West of England, at half- T(jg Splendid Fast Four-Horse COACH, !j 0''F° Cheltenham, Oxford, and Lon- TL (Sunday excepted) at Eleven, arriving in } "e following Morning, at Six. I '-The Rover meets the Bang-up at Leominster, by (4 Passengers proceed 1o Shrewsbury. i "oaSES AT Is. PER MILE,AT THE BELL, BRECON* | Performed BY W. JONES 4 CO. j CARDIFF AND BRISTOL. ^ie New and Swift Going Steam Packet, NAUTILUS, 60 Horse Power, JOHN ALLEN, Commander, Is to ply on the following Days FROM CARDIFF. OCT. Coach from Merthyr. Monday 12 171 morning gi morning W.duesday 14. 9 morning 5 morning Friday .16.11 morning 7 morning FROM BRISTOL. OCT. Coach to Merthyr. Tuesday.. 13 7 morning.II morning Thursday 15 8imorning.12 afternoon Saturday 17 lli morning 3 afternoon AFTER CABIN, 55. For further Particulars, see Hand Bill. N.B. Goods for Cardiff taken in at Cumberland Basin, per Robert Chaplain, Agent; and at No. 12, Quay Street, Bristol, per John G. Jones, Agent; also for Merthyr, Caerphilly, Cowbridge, Llantrissent, and Bridgend,New- bridge, Aberdare, &c. It being of importance that she should leave Bristol immediately she fleets, in order to make her Passage to Cardiff the same Tide, it is re- quested that Carriages and Horses intended to be Shipped, may be brought down previous to the time advertised'for Sailing. PACKET OFFICE,âSt. Mary street Cardiff, RICHARD JONES TODD, Agent. Cowbridge Hunt Week COMMENCES On MONDAY, the 16th of NOVEMBER, 1835. 1 Will take placlon WtDNESDAY, the 18th. rpHE following are the STAKES and PLATES _1_ to be Run for:â HURDLE R\CR. A SWEEPSTAKES n: THREE SOVEREIGNS each, with £10 added four year olds IOst. 7lb five year olds list. Gib.; six year olds and aged 12st. Gen- tlemen Riders. A previous winner of a Hurdle Race or Steeple Chase to carry 71b. extra; and any Horse that is not a bona fide Hunter, and that has won a Plate or Stakes, at any one time, of the value of £ 50, to carry 10lb. extra. To close and enter before nine o'clock on the Monday night previous to the day of running. Four Horses to start or no money added, and the last Horse to pay the second Horse's Stakes. Best of Heats. FARMERS' STAKES. A PURSE of £ 20, for Horses, the property of Farmers occupying Land in the District, hunted by the Lanblethian and Lantwit Harriers. All Horses that are intended to start for this Purse must be shewn at the Bear Inn, Cow- bridge, between the hours of eight and ten the morning before the Races. To be Handicapped. Heats. A PURSE of zEI5, for the Beaten Horses in the former Stakes. To be Handicapped on the Course. Heats. No Horse to start for these Stakes which was distanced in the last Race. A PURSE of £15, for any Horse the property,bona fide, of a Farmer residing in the vale of Glamorgan. To be Handicapped. Two Hurdles to be leaped in each heat. A PURSE FOR GALLOWAYS. The Winner of the First Farmers' Stakes to pay £3 to the second Horse, and of the two others £2. A Winner of either of the Races (except the Gal- loways) to pay 10s. for weights, &c. The Horses to be Handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint; and in all cases of dispute the discision of the Stewards, to be final. All Horses running for any of the above Stakes or Purses to pay 2s. 6d. entrance. All Persons running Horses for the Handicaps are particularly requested to be prepared with the necessary materials to make up their different weights. The Horses will start for the Hurdle Hace at twelve o'clock, and only twenty minutes will be allowed between the different Heats and Races during the day and at the expiration of that time, any Horse at the post will be started, at the discretion of the Stewards. There will be an ORDINARY every day at the BE\R INN, and a BALL on THURSDAY NIGHT. The Stewards request the pleasure of the company, at Dinner on Tuesday, of the Farmers occupying Land over which the Lanblethian Hounds hunt, and will feel particularly obliged by all those who intend honouring them with their attendance, leaving their names with Mr Ballard, on or before the Saturday previous. The Lanblethian Hounds will meet at Cowbridge, on Monday, at twelve o'clock. J. H. VIVIAN, Esq MP. 1 JOHN MOGG IDGE, Esq.$Stewards. Marble and Statuary Works, PICCADILLY, MANCHESTER, AND 69, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL. J OHN KNOWLES respectfully announces that he keeps, at each of his Establishments, aij extensive assortment of CHIMNEY PIECES, classically designed, suitable for various apartments, and manufactured by machinery, from the best descriptions of Italian and British marbles. His new rose-wood, bird-eye, and pure black marbles particularly merit inspection. Slabs cut from a large and well-selected stock of mar- ble, and suitable for cabinet work, are offered on very moderate terms. Books of designs for monuments and chimney pieces may be inspected at the works, and, upon application, will be immediately forwarded to any part of the kingdom. On sale, superb vases, groups of figures and single sta- tues, sculptured from the antique, in transparent, ala- baster, and Verd.de-Patro maible, by the most eminent artists in Florence superb Scagliola anu other tables, in- laid with Sicilian agates.. Importer and dealer in French glass shades. Mortars made of the hardest marbles of various sizes. I J. K. annouces to marble masons, that having made arrangements at Carrara, ill Italy, for a regular importa- tion of marbles from that district, he will be enabled to supply them with blocks of the best quality, on very rea- sonable terms. Immediate attention will be given to orders addressed to JOHN KNOWLES. Piccadilly Marble Works, Man. Chester, or 69, Bold treet, Liverpool. CHOLERA. FROM the great relief and effectual cures afforded to so many Thousands who were afflicted with the above Complaint during the last Slirniner, in London and other parts of the country, and its general use in the* London Hospitals, the Proprietor, at the request of some of the most eminent of the Faculty, has been induced to offer his JETHERIAL ESSENCE OF GINGER to the notice of all Families where medical aid is not im- mediately available. It is likewise recommended to all Cold, Phlegmatic, Weak and Nervous Constitutions, and is certain in affording relief in the Heartburn, Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Sensation of Fulness, Pain and Oppres- sion after Meals also those Pains of the Stomach and Bowels, which arise from Gouty Flatulencies; also in Cholics, Spasms, Cramps, Lowness of Spirits, Hysterical Affections likewise in Sciatica and Chronic Rheumatism; Digestion, however much impaired, is restored to its pristine state by the use of this Essence for a short time, if taken in ale, porter, cider, coffee, or tea it corrects their flatulent tendency, which debars so many from par- taking of those beverages. For the Proprietor to make any comment on the superiority of this Essence over any other would be superfluous. when the undersigned and 158 other eminent Medical Gentlemen have given their nu qualified approbation of it.-Prepared by D. Woodhouse, Operative Chemist, King William street, London Bridge, and sold in Bottles2s. 6d. 4s. 6d. and IOs. 6d. each. May be had of Mrs. Jenkins, Merthyr Tydfil, Mr. Williams, Chemist and Druggist, Brecon and Merthyr Tydvil, Mr Evans, Carmarthen, and all Medicine Venders. PATRONS. James Johnson, Physician to His Majesty. A. T. Holroyd, Physician to the Marylebone Dispensary. Thomas Hodgkin; Physician to Guy's Hospital. S, Ashwell, M D. Physician to Guy's Hospital. A. Middleton, Physician to the Leamington Hospital. Charles Louden, Physician to the Leamington Bathing Institution. R. Rowley, Physician to the Aldersgate Dispensary. F. Tyrell, Surgeon to SiThomas's Hospital. BIRMINGHAM AND GLOUCESTER RAILWAY. CAPITAL X750,000, in 7,500 Shares of £ 100 each, Ãrobíøíonnl Committee: BAKER, SAMUEL, Esq. Highnam Court, Gloucester, MOORE, EDWARD TILSEY, Esq. Birmingham, BOWLV, SAMUEL, Esq. Gloucester, PEARSON, JAMES, Esq. ditto, EVANS, WILLIAM SEALE, Esq. Cheltenham, STEPHENS, CHARLES, Esq. Stonehouse, Stroud, Fox, WILLIAM, Esq. Gloucester, STURGE, CHARLES, Esq. Birmingham, GIBBINS, JOSEPH, Esq. Birmingham, SIIIPTON, JAMES MAURICE, Esq. Gloucester, GREENE, JOHN, Esq. Birmingham, TALBOT, GEORGE, Esq. Guiting Park, Gloucester, IIARTLAND, JOÃIN ALLIS, Esq. Tewkesbury, THOMPSON, PEARSON, Esq. Cheltenham, HAINES, SAMUEL, Esq. Birmingham, TYMBS, HARVEY BERROW, Esq. Worcester, KEMFSON, SAMUEL, Esq. ditto, WALKER, JOSEPH, Esq. Birmingham, LEDSAM, DANIEL, Esq. ditto, WALKER, JOHN, Esq. ditto, LEWIS, WILLIAM, Esq. Lyppiat Park, Stroud, WASHBOURN, WILLIAM, Esq. Gloucester, LLOYD, JAMSS, Jun. Esq. Gloucester, WHEELER, ROBERT, Jun. Esq. Birmingham, MATHIAS, CHARLES, Esq. Lamphey Court, Pembroke, WHITTINGHAM, JOHN, Esq. ditto. MONTAGUE, WILLIAM, Esq. Gloucester, bankers: Birmingham. -BANK OF BIRMINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM BANKING COMPANY, Gloucester.-GLOUCESTERSHIRE BANKING COMPANY. Soltcttorg: Birmingham.âMESSRS. I. W. and G. WHATELEY. Gloucester.-JOHN CHADBORN, ESQ. MESSRS. WEEDON and ADDISON. < £ ttgtneer t CAPTAIN W. S. MOORSOM. Irrn@J1>m@. IT is well known that the receipt of Customs in the Port of Gloucester exhibits a most rapid increase of traffic snbsequent to the opening of the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal from ^14,717 for the year 1525, to £ 131,117 for 1834. I he imports into Gloucester consist of produce from the West Indies, America, Mauritius. Portugal, and the Mediterranean; Norway, Sweden, &c.; with a very large trade from Ireland and the Wel-h Coasts. The Com- mittee do not think it necessary to give detailed yearly accounts of these imports, but merely to mention their amounts for two separate years; first, premising that in the intermediate period, the trade has been gradually increasing up to its present point, and that the prospects of future increase are most bright and encouraging. In 1828, the imports ir.to Gloucester, by the Gloucester and Berkeley Canal, amounted to about 111,7b7 tons: in the present year ( 1835). they have reached nearly 250,000 tons. This amount of tonnage relates only to the trade on the Gloucetcr alld Berkeley Canal. The Severn trade is estimated at being nearly one half of that on the Canal. In 1830, the exports from Gloucester reached only to about 100,000 tons- their amount has now increased to nearly 200,000 tons. It has been given in evidence before the House of Lords, that nine-tenths of the traffic from Gloucester into the interior take a direction northwards, and principally towards Birmingham, whilst the number of coaches direct between Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Birmingham, is very nearly equal to tlLlt of the coaches between London and Birmingham The only direct water communication between Gloucester and Birmingham, is by the River Severn and the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, a distance ot nearly sixty miles; the boats on which, independently of the delay occasioned by frost, flood, and drought, consume several days in effecting their passage. These facts seem to demand the esta is lment o a rapid communication between the two towns, commensurate with those established and in progress in other parts ot the kingdom. A very minute and able survey of the line of load pioposed for a Railway between Gloucester and Birmingham, and a very exact estimate of the expense of completing it, have been made by Captain W. S. Moorsom, Civil En- gineer. From his survey it aPPea's ^leTn"'h ^ri*f'lvvaY will be under fifty miles, passing through or near CHELTENHAM, WORCESTER, ILWkcSbL «Y, 1 ER&HO.tE, DROITWICH, REDDITCH, BllOOMSGROVE and from the estimate made, the expense of the undprtakmg will be within t750,000, which sum it is proposed shall be raised in 7,500 shares, of flOO each. An estimate of the probable income has been made, from which it ap. pears that no subscriber will embark his capital in the undertaking without the fairest possible prospect of having made a profitable and advantageous investment. Estimate of Income :-two distinct estimates have been made, the lowest of which gives the following result Coach Passengers travelling by the number of coaches at present actually on the road, and a ° relative proportion of posting, are estimated, on the usual calculations for railway traffic, to produce the annual sum of J £ 117 2S6 Merchandize, taking the estimate from the best sources of information"at present before the Committee 70,37 ). Total gross Income £157,657 Annual charge on the above traffic, calculated on the annual expenses of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway 96,12S Total net Income per annum £91,5Z9 Producing upwards of 12 per cent on the contemplated outlay. The undertaking will be under the management of the Provisional Committee, until the Act of Parliament be obtained, and it is intended to apply for the Act in the next Session of Parliament. Application for Shares to be made by Letter, to the Provisional Committees, at Birmingham and Gloucester, and when the Shares have been allotted, the. deposits may be paid to the Bankers at Birmingham and Gloucester, or to the following r,,itiks :-SIR R. C GLYN, HALIFAX, MILLS, and Co. and SIR JAMES ESDAILE and Co. London, and also to the Gloucestershire Banking Company, at Cheltenham; Mes-,r« BERWICK and''Co. Wor- cester; Bank of Liverpool, at Liverpool; Bank of Manchester, and Messrs. HEYWOOD and Co Manchester. October 21. 1835. rer. "<-tU..), âââ ,.â TO CONTRACTORS NEW FLOATING-DOCK, AT NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING for the WHOLE or any part of the EXCAVATIONS and WORKS connected with this undertaking, are requested to send Sealed Tenders, with their Addresses, directed to the Committee of the Newport Dock Company, at the Dock Office, Newport, on or before Eleven of the Clock of the Forenoon of THURSDAY, the 5th of NOVEMBER next; and the Parties, from whom such Tenders shall be received, will afterwards receive due notice of the time and place when their personal attendance may be required. The Plans and Specifications may he seen, and Printed Forms of Tender obtained, on application at the Dock Office, Commercial Street, Newport; or to Mr William Armstrong, Engineer, Bristol, between the hours of Ten and Four. The Site of the proposed Dock will be pointed out, on application to Mr Morris, Land Surveyor, Newport. No Tender will be noticed unless it shall be in con- formity with the printed directions which will accompany the printed forms of Tender. The Committee do not pledge themselves to accept the Lowest Tender. By Order of the Committee, J. CAIRNS, Usk, 25th Sept., 1835. Clerk. T. WILLIAMS, (SianiMS^T Ml MERTHYR TYDVIL AND BRECON, HAVING been appointed an Agent for the ce- lebrated East India Tea Company, (of 9, GREAT ST. HELEN'S, LONDON,) begs to recom- mend the Teas to your notice, and in confidence that their Qualities and Prices will prove satisfactory to the Purchaser, he solicits you to give them a fair trial." PRICES. BLACK TEA. per lb. pr. lb. s. d. s. d. Finer 8 11 Bohea 3s & 3 4 Finest 9 11 Good ordinary Con- Finest Flowery Pekoe 8 11 gou 3s Sd & 4 0 GREEN" TEA. Better. ditto. 4 6 Green 4 8 Coarse. ditto .5 0 HysonSkin. 5 6 Rough.ditto 5 3 Twankay. 5 3 Fine.ditto 5 8 Small leaf ditto. 5 H Pekoe flavoured ditto 5 11 Hvcon 6 6 Flowery Pekoe 0 Ditto 'l' 1 0 S°«ch°ng 6 6 Ditto 7 2 Orange Pekoe 6 g Fine dilt0 7 10 Caper Souchong 7 0 Dilt ditt0 S 6 p!no«t H m 7 2 Ditto, ditto 8 11 Finest ditto ,0 Gu owder ditto 9 11 Lapsang kind 8 6 FinePst diuo 10 11 COFFEE. r»i ⢠s- d. d. d. Plantation, com.*# § Sm.v.v. 2 "b"" lb- ;ri,b yp"°2- Finer ditto o 10 *â¦Â»â¢â¢â¢â¢: »S â¢; id From Cobbett's Register, September 3, 1825. "There is a vast difference between real and fictitious Companies. There appears to be a New Company deal- ing in lea, that is worthy of public attention. I, for my own part, am for MALT; but if People will have Tea, it is certainly better for them to have it cheap instead of dear, if of the same quality; better for People to have real 2ea than real Poison. There is a Tea Company, whose Offices are, it seems, at No. 149, Leadenhall Street (removed to 9, Great St. Helen s), whose different sorts of Tea, a Lady, of great experience in this matter, assures me are as good of their kinds as she ever tasted Now, if this be so, as I believe it is, why should not the Working Classes in particular, if they will have Tea in preference to Malt, take this mode of making their earn mgs more effective to their support? Why should they not apply to the purchase of meat and bread a part, at least, of that which they now give out of their sweat to fatten the cormorant Monopolizers of this article of Tea?' Agent will engage to supply families with chests (841bs.) and boxes (12 to501bs.), allowing five per cent, discount from aDy of the above prices, carriage free. D. EVANS, T N amiGuncini* his RETUKN F'ltoM I.OXDON, he has selected a most Kxteiisive aud fashionable ZU000,TE om aaamo, Comprising every Novelty of the present Season, respeet- i-i solicits from his Friends a continuance of their liberal Support. His Show Rooms will be opened, and the Stock ar- ranged for Inspection, on TUESDAY, the 6th of Oc- TUBER. High Street, Cardiff, October 2nd, 1835. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Cardiff SEumptfte Ut.strtct* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TOLLS arising at the several Toll Gates,called the Draithan and Van Gates, within this District, WILL BE LET BY AUCTION, to the best bidder, at the house of Elizabeth Barrett, Innkeeper, called and known by the name of the CARBlFF A R M S I n N n C A R DI p p, ° n -s A T U R D A Y, the Seventh ay, o o\ EMBER next, at Twelve o'Ciock at Noon, in the manner directed by the Acts, passed in the third and fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty. King George the lourth, For Regulating Turnpike Roads." Which I oils produced last year the sum offo-I, above the ex- penses of collecting them, and t!.e said Tolls will be put up Ht that sum. Whoever happens to be the best bidder, must, at the same time, pay one month in advance (if required) of the Rent at which such Tolls may be let, and give security, with sufficient sureties, to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said District, for payment ot the rest of the money, monthly (or in such other proportions as shall be directed). WILLI VM JENKINS, Clerk to the Trustees of the said District. Cardiff. 80ih September. 1835. Leach's Royal Zest. TO THE lQ)t¡ HEADS (-IF FAMILIES, EPICUREANS, And all who delight in delicious Jiar.ours and a refined taste âenjoyment of every dish at the table-combining economy with pleasure, and producing that pleasing sensation on every palate that satisfaction beams in every eye, and gratification in every countenance.. ROBERT LEACH mo%t respectfully announces that the ROYAL ZKST SAUCE is patronised by those illustrious persons who sit around their Majesties' table, and by whom it is considered a rich delicacy its piquant and unique flavour, together with its freedom from all things predominant, reudeis it a real concentra- tion of excellence of all that is truly nice, merits the patronage of the Ladies atid the universal British Public. It, 11 is vegetallc and refined production is used for Fish, Chops, Steaks, Cold Meat, Hashes. Stews, and wherever a ZEST is required for APPETITE or ENJOYMENT. In half-pint bottles 2s. each. and pint bottles 3s. 6d. Also, LE VCll'S TRUE ESSENCE OF ANCHOVIES, allowed to be equal to the best that ever was made,. at the usual price. LEACil'S INIMITABLY DELICIOUS ANCHOVY PASTE, for Toast, Sandwiches, Sauce, &c. This beautiful condi- ment warranted to keep its flavour in any climate. In boxes prioe Is. 6rd. large size 3s. each. LEACIl'S BRITISH PICKLES, in pint, quart, and two quart squares, pickled in the most simple way, without any chemical or pernicious ingredient whatever, although their beauty and flavor is their high commendation, and,their convenience and cheapness will ever make them desirable. Pints Is. fid.; quarts 3s.; large glass jars 5s. Cd., glass included. LEACH'S JOHN BULL SAUCE, higryJyesteemed by those who know the flavor of rich oreign dishes, hashes, or stews, 2s. 6d. per bottle. LEACH'S KING OF OUDE SAUCE, made from an original recipe after the fall of Seringapatam. From the hot, piquant. and spicy nature of this sauce, it is delicious in Curries, Hashes. Stews, &c. In half-pints at 2s., pints 3s. 6d. each. And every kind of Vinegar, Catsup, Capers, &c. &c., with Robt. Leach's name on the label, may be depended on for its wholsome nature and goodness of quality. Last not least- LEACH'S SERVANTS' FRIEND, or True Peruvian Black Lead, the best in the world. Ask for Leach's Black Lead. ill packets at Is. per lb. in any quantity. Wholesale and retail, 68, Holborn Hill, London and every respectable Druggist and Grocer in Great Britain. GLAMORGANSHIRE. 7\T0riCE TS HEREBY GIVEN, that the -L Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said County will be holden On TUESDAY, the Twentieth day of October Next, At the Town-hall, in the Town of Swansea, in the said County, on which day the Magistrates will meet and pro- ceed to Court at Eleven of the clock in the Forenoon. The Grand Jury will ihenbesworn, at which time all Prosecutors and Witnesses are directed to attend and prefer their Bills of Indictment. All Appeals and Traverses m'ffst be entered with the Clerk of the Pence before eleven o'clock of such day. All business relating to the assessment, application, or management, of the County Stock or Trade, and to the internal regulations of the County, will commence at half- past eleven o'clock of such day. All Bills and Demands relating to the Public Expenditure of the County must be delivered into the office of the Clerk of thePeace fourteen days before the Sessions, or they will not be audited and settled at such Sessions. All Persons who have any Travefse or Appeal to bring before the Sessions, are to be prepared to proceed on the same on Tuesday's morning's Court. All costs given or allowed by the Court must be tared at the same Sessions, or they will not be afterwards allowed. The several acting Magistrates within the said County are re- quested to return all Depositions relating to Felonies and Misdemeanors to be prosecuted at the same Sessions into the office of he Clerk of Peace at Cardiff, on or before Friday, the Sixthteenth day of October Next. Cardiff, 19th September, WOOD, 1835. Clerk of Peace. SOCIETY FUR THE PROPAGATION of the GOSPEL ON FO^EDMIl GWTSn MINUTES of the Proceeding's of the District Committee, for that part of the Diocese of Llan- daff situate wifhm the County of Glamorgan at the ANNIVERSARY MEETING, held at COWBRIDGE, OCTOBER 6th, 1835. THE RIGHT HONOURABLE SIR JOHN NICHOLL In the Chair. RESOLVED,â First.-That it appears from the accounts of the Trea- surer, audited by the Rev. Henry Hey Knight, and the Rev. Edward Doddndge Knight, that the Subscriptions" for the year, commencing at Michaelmas, 1834, amount to £ 102 16s. 6d. and that the Disbursements include the following items, of which the aggregate is £ 102 16. 6d. Dec. 1834. Disbursements. £ s. d. W Bird, Printing Statements I 15 o Editor of Merthyr Guardian, for Advertise- ments 0 15 6 Editor of Cambriani, for Advertisements. 0 16 8 r Postage and Carriage of Parcels 0 9 10 Remitted to Parent Society 98 19 6 £lOZ 16 6 Second. That the Thanks of this Meeting be given to the Rev. J. M. Traheme, and the Rev. J. Harding, for their services. J. NICHOLL, Chairman. JOHN MONTGOMERY TRAHERNE. Treasurer. MONMOUTHSHIRE. 2To bt Solfcr irn Unction, By Messrs. RIDDLE and DEW, (By order of the Creditors of Samuel Watkins, an I/lsolvent, ) On TUESDAY the Tenth day of NOVEMBER 1835, at Three o'Ciock in the Afternoon precisely, at the GRFY- 'HOUND INN, ABERGAVENNY, A LL that FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE A and WOHKSHOP, with the Garden and Orchard adjoining, well-stocked with truit j rees, containing about one Acre of Land situate in the Parish of Llan. thewy Skirrid, in the said county of Monmouth, about four miles from Abergavenny. To view the same, apply at the premises, and for further particulars, at the office of Mr Kalnh Hansby, Solicitor, Abergavenny, or LO Mr George 1. Peters, Soli- ctor, Bridge Parade, Bristol. GLAMORGANSHIRE. o be solS Auction, By T. WATKINS, At CANTON FARM, within One Mile of CARDIFF on THURSDAY, OCTOBER the 15th, 1S35. rgMlE entire Valuable and Superior FARMING JL STOCK, the Property of Messrs W. Jones and Co. who are quitting the above tarm. The Live Stock consists of Seven powerful Draught Horses, from three years upwards, calculated for the heaviest work. for the use of I.on Masters or On Tram Roads; One handsome Carnage H^rse, 1 o hands hioh, goes well in harness; a well-bred Mare, m foal to Her- cules; a Mare rising four, in foal, sound a handsome Fillv, rising three, and One strong Roadster; 4,5 f t prime Leicester Sheep; 10 Working Oxen Five Steers rising three; Five ditto, rising two; 1 hrce Hereford- shire Heifers,, in calf, rising three Two Heifers, risino- two; Two Fat Heifers; 1 hree hat- Cows; One koo3 Stag; Seven Spayed Heifers; 1 wo Milch Cows in calf. Also about 140 Tons of prime Meadow Hay, the pro- duce of the finest and best improved Meadows in the Vale of Glamorgan, 1,200 imperial Bushels of prime Malting Barley, well worth the attention of Brewers s who make for their own use, or all Maltsters who are desirous of making a very superior Article for a few choice customers. One good Waggon, a strong Timber Carriage, a Broad Wheel Cart, four Cattle Cribs, with several other articles- the whole ot' which will be sold without reserve, and three month's credit will be given to Purchasers of the amount of £ 10 and upwards, on their giving such Bills as may be approved of by the Vendors. The Sale will begin at Eleven o'Ciock precisely. The Auctioneer begs to observe that the above Slock of Horses, Cattle, and Sheep are of the very best, the Cattle being of tile -Glamorgan, Hereford, and Durham Breed, and the Heifers are particularly worth the atten- tion of-Breeders. Punctual attendance is requested as the whole will be sold in one day. BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDVIL. To Brewers and Maltsters. foe < £ on* bg |3rtbatc Contract, EXTENSIVE <5- VALUABLE PREMISES, CONSISTING OF A WELL-BUILT and substantial DWFT T TYP house, ~l.al.lc of 2,000 Bushels of Ma t Brewery and Plant, Yards, Stabling, agOOd Walld &c. &c., situate m the centre of the Town of Vert by Tydvil, where a very extensive Business has been suc- cessfully carried on for many years. ecn suc THERE ARE ALSO FOUR PUBLIC HOUSES, which may be had with the Premises, or not, as may suit the convenience of the 1 uichaser. To those who know the Town and Trade of Merthyr Tvdvil it would be superfluous to enlarge upon the increasing importance and commerce of that place and its neighbourhood; but, to those who are unacauaintcd with its peculiar advantages, it inay be ncccssar/to state that it is surrounded by ro i the most extensive in the kingdom, giving abundant employment and ample remuneration to a labouring population of 30,000 persons who, not indulging in the. pernicious habit of drinking ardent spirits, have recourse to the more pure and healthy beverage produced from i a 15 ou y necessary to vend a Genuine Article to insure one of the most Flourish- ing Trades in the United oin- The Glamorganshire Canal runs direct from Merthyr to Cardiff; the latter place being the first Market for the Superior Barleys of the Rich Vale of Glamorgan, to which there is none superior in the world. Part of the Purchase Money may (if required) remain on Mortgage. Application (if by letter, post paid) to he made to Mr Wm. Jones, Timber Merchant, Cardilt, who will treat for the letting of these premises, should they not be sold. Cardiff, Sept. 24tb, 1835. GLAMORGANSHIRE. û be act, (MPHMIL, IMH5SSS; In the Vale of this County, And ENTERED UPON 0. THE 2ND OF FEBRUARY, 183(). npiIE COG FARM, in the parish of Sully, containing 66^ Acres. Al so The HAYS FARM, in the said parish of Sullv, containing 60S Acres. The above Farms are most advantageously situated, adjoining the Bristol Channel, (where the produce may be conveniently shipped from both Farms to any part of the Kingdom) and within Eight miles of the town of Cardiff. The land lies within a ring fence, and is at present in the highest state of cultivation. The soil is naturally rich and productive, and notx inferior to any in South Wales for producing Corn, Turnips, and Clover. It is remarkably healthy for Sheep, and the Flock, which con- sists of 1,200 of the Cotswolll and Leicester Breed, has for many years excelled in yielding a large carcase, and a heavy fleece. The Buildings have all been ree-ently erected, and comprise two Farm Houses, two spacious and well ar- ranged Farm Yards, two powerful Windmills for Thrash- ing and Grinding Corn, Malt Kiln, extensive Graineries, Cattle Sheds, Stabling for 40 Horses, &c. &c., with about 20 labourer' Cottages. For further particulars, apply (hy letter, post paid) to Mr David, of Radyr Court, neal- Cardiff. WEILL 183 lE [Q) COLTS, FILLIES, &c. Herefordshire Cattle, prime Ram Lambs, Implements in H usballdry, Household Furniture. Sfc. ifc. To be olb bw Oturtion, By Mr PHILIPS, At LLWYNCELYN. in the Parish of PENROSE, on MONDAY, the 1'2[h day of OCTOBER, 1835, (the day before Monmouth Races), ']M1E Valuable STUD OF HORSES, STOCK OF CATTLE, Implements in Husbandry, &c. the Property of John Williams, Esq. (retiring from Agricul- tural Pursuits):- Comprising that well-known entire Horse, Trumpeter, rising five years old, a steady hunter, master of sixteen stone the celebrated Reuben's Mare, Flying Fish, and a capital Poulton Mare, both in foal by Trumpeter; a superior Bay Gelding, four years old, by Bobadil, out of the Poulton Mare; a very handsome three years old Filly, by Nimrod, out of the same; another handsome Filly, dam Flying Fish, by Trumpeter; a fine yearling entire Colt, and a very promising Sucker (a Filly.) by the same. Three in-Calf Cows three rising two years Old Heifers two rising three years old Bullocks; three ditto two years old; and two ditto Yearlings; ten capital Ham Lambs; two strong useful Cart Horses, with their Gearing the whole of the Agricultural Implements (of the usual des- cription) and part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale to commence at Eleven o'Ciock. 1 he Auctioneer flatteis himself Mr Williams's breed of Horses is so we.I known as to render any comment from him unnecessary ;âthe Cow Stock, though small, has been selected with great care, and the Implements are in very good preservation. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Sale of Farming Stock. On TUESDAY, the 27th day of OCTOBER, 1835, and Two followin-g- Days, SSEUU be olb bi) nitctioit, By W. THOMAS, At PENTWYN FARM, in the Parish of Whitchurch, and distant Four Miles from Cardiff. npHE whole of the Valuable FARMING STOCK, Implements of Husbandry, Brewing and Dairy Utensils, with a part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, of Mrs Alary James, who is declining the Farming Business. The Farming Stock consists of about 4o0 Welsh Bushels of Wheat, 700 ditto of Barley, 40 Tons of Clover and Ryegrass, 12 Tons of Clover, Seven Tons of Meadow Hav, and Five Acres of Potatoes. The LIYE STOCK are Ten capital M'lch Cows, Two two vear old Heifers, Six two year old Steer. and bight yearling Calves, all of the pure Glamorgan Breed, 62 Sheep, in Breeding Ewes and Wethers, being a very superior Flock and perfectly sound. Five Draught Horses, One three year old Saddle Colt, One two year old Colt, One yearling Filly, and Three Colts, all of winch are well bred, Six Store Pigs, "nd a Sow with 14 PlS. The IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY comprise Three stroncr Waggons, one nearly new, Three l^roa<] ''ee' Carts° One Narrow Wheel Cart, Four Ploughs, Two Sets of Plough Chains. Three Pair of Drags, One 1 air of Harrows, Winnowing Machine, Three Chaff Cutters, Ox Yokes aud Chains, Wheelbarrows, several Pairs of Horse Harness, Rollers, Ladders, Pikes, Rakes, &e. &c. Also a quantity of FURNITURE, BREWING and DAIRY UTENSILS, with numerous other valuable alld useful Articles.. Sale will begin each Day at Eleven o Ctock in the Forenoon, and will commence the First Day with the Live Stock. Three Months' Credit to be given to Purchasers of zC20 and upwards, on approved Security, such Security to be given before any Lot can be allowed to be removed off the Premises. The whole of the Farming Produce have been well- harvested. The Wheat is of a good quality, and the Barley will be found to be a "very superior Sample for Malting. The Cattle, Sheep, Horses. &c. have been well selected, and the Implements are good and of every variety suitable for Occupiers of Land. COPPICE WOODS. ú bt únJ iii) Auction, By R. WHiTE and SONS, At the BEAUFORT Arms INN, CHEPSrOW, on WED- NESDAY. the 2Sth day of OCTOBER next, between the hours of Four and Six o'Ciock in the Afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced. MONMOUTHSHIRE. JOT 1.âCOED-YR-ARLWYD WOOD, in the J Parish of Trostrey, and BE'!THLO\D ORLES, in the Parish cf Bettws, containing 14A. 3R. 36P. Also, 320 Oak and 30 Ash, Double and Treble Storers, crossed with a Scribe, and 11 Ash Timber Trees, numbered with Spanish Brown Paint, standing therein, with the Crops of ] 3 Beech Trees. 0 LOT. 2.âThe G REA T CASTLE ORLES and L\DY IIILL WOODS, situate in the Hamlet of Gwohellog, conr taining 13A. 3R. 151' together with 173 Oak and 13 Ash, Double and Treble Storers, crossed with a Scribe, and 33 Ash Timber Trees, numbered with Spanish Brown Paint, standing therein. LOT. 3.âThe two COCKSIDA WOODS, situate in the Pari-h of Mitchel Troy, containing SA. 3R. 32P. with six Oak Treble Storers, crossed with Red Paint, standing therein. LOT 4.-Part of SAINT JULIAN'S WOOD, situate in the Parish of Christchurch,containing about 35 Acres, together with 160 Oak Double Steers, crossed with Red Paint, and 19 Ash, crossed with a Scribe, standing therein. LOT 5 Dif Y NOSE WOOD, situate in the Parish of Skenfrith, containing 31A. OR. lip, together with 690 Oak, and GO Abb, Double Storers, crossed with a Scribe, and Eight Ash Timber Trees, numbered with Red Paint, standing therein Lor G.-COED JONES WOOD, situate in the Parish of Skenfrith, containing 41 Acres, together with GG8 Oak, and*S5 Ash, Double Siorcrs, crossed with a Scribe, and 44 Ar-h, six Wycb, and one Beech, Timber Trees, numbered with Red Paint, standing therein. LOT 7.-TYH LL CAS WOOD, situate in the Parish of Langeview, containing 6A. 3R. 37P. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. LOT 8.âT .Rlv GllOVE WOOD, situate in the Parish of Tidenham, containing 28A. 3R. OP., together with about 1,200 Oak, Double and Treble Storers, standing therein. LOT 9. â CAUSEW AY GROVE and LINWEAR GROVE WOODS, situate in the Parishes of Tidenham and Woolastonc, containing 99A. ZR. Op. together with 1,260 Oak, and 574 Ash, Double Storers, crossed with a Scribe, standing therein. N.B. All the Cord wood which may be cut in Lots 5 and 6 will be reserved for the Monmouth Forges, and 1400 Cords will be reserved in Lot 9 for the Abbey Tintern Works, for which the Vender will allow the Purchasers 5s. Gd. per Cord. Noel Stinchcomb, of Usk, will shew Lots 1 and 2; George Godwin, of Troy Lodge, Lots 3, 5, 6, and 7 George God win, Junior, of Weutwood Lodge, Lot 4; and William Thurston, of Chase, House, Tidenham, Lot S and 9. Further particulars may be known on application at Troy House, or of the Auctioneers at Coleford, September 29, 1835. GLAMORGANSHIRE. In the parish of Llansamlef, half-ay between Neath and Swansea, on the Old Road. O be Soils Sluctuut, ON THE PREMISES, By Mr WHITTINGTON, On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20th. 1835, THE following LIVE STOCK AND CROP, the Jt. P!Opctty or MI r. \V. Po\\el., V¡z. One good Horse, steady to ride or drive, one ditto, one Cart Mare, two Brood Mares., one five -year old ditto and Foal, four Black Fillies, four year old, one Iron Grey Pony Stallion, four year old, one Brown ditto, three year old, one Bay ditto, two vear old, one B.-o\v;i Pony Colt, three year old, three Mountain Pony ".hires and Foals, several other Ponies and Foals, altoscthfr from 30 to 35; one Bull Stag, six year old, six Steers, three year old (of Ihe Glamorgan Breed), four Steers, six year old, and four Cows (of the Scotch Breed,) 100 young Mountain Ewes, 60 ditto'Wethers, three and four year old, 130 ditto Lambs, several Ricks of Wrheat the produce of about 10 Acres, several ditto of Bai ley' the produce of about 14 Acre. the produce of about* four Acres of Oats, and TWO RICKS OF CLOVER II\y The Sale to commence at 11 o'Ciock precisely, as the whole will be Sold in One Day. The Sheep will be divided into lots to suit the convenience of Purchaser'; CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN ON APPROVED SECURITY Extensive Sale of Horses- BRISTOL HORSE BAZAAR Ãiill) @£)}R)ÃITÃiC0illJ EE&E&'aj", For the Sale, daily, of Horses, Carriages, Har- ness, &C-, by Commission and by Auction, every THURSDAY, at One 0 Clock. IEIGH and WITHERS beg to solicit the alter,- j tion of the Nobility and Gentry, &c of the Vicinity of Merthyr, Brecon, and Neighbourhood, in want of Horses, that, in addition to the usual number consigned for Sale by Commission, they will receive from Ballinasloe Fair, a number of "well-selected fresh Youmr Horses, adapted for Hunters, Roadsters, and Billies of various colours, good size, action and breed they will arrive at the Bazaar on Wednesday, the 14th inst. and be ready for inspection the following morning, 'when L. 8c W. will be much pleased by the attendance^ their Friends and Purchasers. The Lots intended for the Auctwn, Gentlemen are requested to send to the Establishment on the Tuesday previous to the day of Sale. thereby securing better Stalls and chance of disposal, which will be the first object of the Proprietors, and every effort used to forward the same. L. and W. as usual may be consulted on nil Diseases to which the Horse is liable, at their Establishment, hav- ing distinct Boxes and Stables for those requiring their immediate attention, and a Forge for the most practical mode of Shoeing and preserving the Feet, with the Dis- pensing of Genuine Veterinary Medicines.. Horses Let on JobâTaken in at Livery, at the Bazaar and Clifton Mews, and Broke for the Saddle or Harness. Bristol. 7th Oct. 1835.

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