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NOTICES, &c. MUSIC. A 125 Guinea Instrument for 65 Guineas. TO be Disposed of, a SPLENDID TONED 65 Octave CABINET PIANO FORTE,in a VERY ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASE, with HANDSOMELY CARVED DOUBLE COLUMNS AND FEET, and Patent Metallic- Plate, possessing a rich and powerful Tone, and beautiful touch. The Workmanship is of the very first order, it being of London Manufacture, and warranted to stand well in tune. Price, 65 Guineas, delivered free of all expense. An opportunity of obtaining such a bargain is rarely to be met with. To be seen at Mr. WEBBER'S, Guardian Office, Cardiff. The DuSryn, Uynvi 8c Porthcawl Railway. TO MR. W. S. BRADLEY, Clerk to th* Duffryn, Llynvi and Porthcawl Railway Co. SIR, Pyle Inn, Pyle, November 17th, 1843, WE, the undersigned Proprietors, holding Five or more Shares each, in the Duffryn, Llynvi and Porthcawl Railway, request you will call a Special General Meeting to be held at the Pyle Inn, Pyle, on or before the 15th day of December next, at 12 o'Clock, to appoint a Treasurer, and to authorize an application to Parliament for power to Alter and Amend the Toll levying clauses under the existing t Acts, and for further facilitating and extending communi- cations on the said Railway. Signed, ROBERT PRICE, JOHN BOURING, W. H. BUCKLAND, M. P. SMITH, H. H. KNIGHT, JOSEPH RUSHER, J. H. ALLEN, MOSES MOSES. Porth.Cawl, November 30th, 1843. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the PRO- PRIETORS of the said RAILWAY, WILL BE HELD at the PYLE INN, PYLE, in the County of GLAMORGAN, on FRIDAY, the 15th day of DECEMBER next, at 12 o'Clock precisely, for the purposes specified in the foregoing requisition. W. S, BRADLEY. Clerk to the Railway Co. To Engineers, Railway Contractors, Mining Agents, Iron Masters, and others requiring FINE GREASE for Machinery and Axles of every description. JOSEPH PERCIVAL'S IMPROVED PATENT ANTI-FRICTION GREASE isâafter trials on Machinery and Axles of every kind where constant friction is kept up-admitted to be the most useful, economical, and belt prepaiation of the kind ever offered to the Public. References to scientific and practical men can be given, and testimonials shown of its great excellence. Samples forwarded on application at the Manufactory, Green Street, Wellington Street, Blackfriars, Road, London. TEETH. MONDAYS and TUESDAYS,ABERGAVENNY WEDNESDAYS, NEWPORT THURSDAYS, CHEPSTOW; FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS MONMOUTH Until the 3Iat of December. MR. L. MOSELY, SURGEON DENTIST, OF 12, BERNER'S STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON. HAS the honour to announce to his Patients, Friends, and the Residents generally of the County, that his 17th periodical visit will commence on Friday the 24th inst., and that he may be consulted as under, Mondays and Tuesdays, Angel Hotel, Abergavenny Wednesdays, King's Head Hotel, Newport Thursdays, George Hotel, Chepstow; and on Fridays and Saturdays, at Mr. Powell's, plumber, Mounow-street, Monmouth. Attendance from. 10 to 4. From Mr. L. M.'s extensive and well-known practice at his old-established town residence (No. 12 Berner's-street, Oxford-street, where patients can always be attended) he is enabled to offer his Country Patients advantages never yet attainable except in the metropolis. The whole of the me- chanical department is designed by himself and executed on the premises, by which means an accurate and sure fit is guaranted, all pressure on the gums avoided, and the Teeth are made to answer all purposes of mastication aud articu- lation, and are worn with perfect ease and comfort upon the most tender gums, without extracting the remaining stumps. Mr. L. M. is happy to state, from extensive alterations and improvements just finished in the Mechanical Depart- ment, he is enabled to Reduce his charges very considerably, so as to bring the aid of the Dentist within the reach of all parties. Mr. L. M.'s newly-invented incorrodible Teeth never change colour from the effects of medicine or ill health, and assimilate so closely to nature as to defy detection by the closest observer. Natural and Artificial Teeth of every description fixed, from a single Tooth to a complete Set, without wires or ligatures of any kind. Scaling, Stopping, Children's Teeth attended, and every operation pertaining to Dental Surgery. Consultations free, and specimens shown in every stage of preparation. Mr. L. M.'s references combine very many of the most influential Families (his Patients) resident in the county, and the Medical Profession generally. Constant attendance at Town Residence, No. 12, Berner's Street, Oxford Street, where Patients can always be attended, and letters addressed will meet with immediate attention. CHARGES AS IN TOWN. Nov. 14th 1843. BRITANNIA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY STREET. B ANK. LONDON. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament IV. Vict. cap. IX DIRECTORS. William Rardgett, Esq I RobertEglinton, Eq. Samuel Bevington, Eliq Erasmus Itoht. Foster, Esq, Wm. Fechney Black, Esq -Alex. Robert Irvine, Esq J hn Brightman, Esq I Peter Morrison, Esq. George Cohen, Esq Henry Lewis Smale, Esq MiHia Coventry, Esq Thomas Teed, Esq. John Drewett, Esq AUDITORS. J. B. Bevington, Esq.âF. P. Cockerill, Esq.âJ. D. Dow, Esq. MEDICAL OFFICER. John Clendinning.M.D., F.R S., 16, Wimpole St., Cavendish Sq. STANDINO COUNSEL. The Hon. John Ashley, New Square, Lincoln's Inn.âMr.Serjeant Murphy, M P,, Temple. SOLICITOR. 'WILLIAM Bevan, Esq., Old Jewry. BANKERS- Messrt. Drewett and Fowler, Princes Street, Bank. This Institution is empowered by a Special Act of Parliament, and is so constituted as to afford the benefits of Life Assurance in their fullest extent to Poiicy-Holdcrs, and to present greater I facilities and accommodation than are usually offered by other Companies. Assurances may either be effected by Parties on their own Live" or by Parties interested therein on the Lives of others Ihe effect of an Assurance on a person's own life is to create at once a Property in Reversion, which can by no other means be realized. Take, for instance, the case of a person at the age of Thirty, who by the payment of 51. 3s. 4d. to the Britannia Life Assurance Company, can become at once pos8ess..d of a bt queathable property, amounting to 10001., subject only to the condition of his continuing the same payment quarterly during the remainder of his life,âA condition which may be fulfilled by the mere saving of EIGHT SHILLINGS weekly in his expenditure Thus, by the exertion of a very slight degree of economyâsuch indeed, as can scarcely be felt as an inconvenience, he may at once realize a capital of LOOOF., which be can bequeath or dis- pose of in any way he may think proper. A Table of Decreasing Rates of Premium on a novel and re- markable plan ⢠the Policy holder having the option of discontinu- ing the payment of all further Premiums after TWENTY, RIFTI-EN, TEN, and even FIVE years and the Policy still remaining in force in the fird case for the full amount originally assured and in either of the three uther cases, for a portion of the ,ame according to a fixed and equitable scale endorsed upon the Policy. Increasing Hates of Premium, on a new and remarkable plan, for securing Loans or Debts; II Ie" immediate payment being required on a policy for the whole term of life than in any other office. Age of the Assured in every case admitted in the Policy. All claims payable within one Mouth after proof of death. Medical Attendants remunerated in all cases for their reports. A Board of Directors in attendance daily at 2 o'clock. Extract from Increasing Rates of Premium, for an Assurance of £100, for Whole Term of Life. Annual Premiums payable during S a) Fint Second Third Fourth I Remain j bV Five Five Five Five der of I o<t; Years. Years. Years. Years. Life.* j -1- f. s. s. d. s. d. S. dJjE js. d.? 20 1 1 41 1 5 10 1 10 11 1 16 9' 2 3 30 1 6 4 1 12 2 1 19 L 2 7 4' 2 17 C| 40 1 16 12 4 42 14 63 7 34 3 4) 60 2 16 7 3 9 4^ 6 PETER MORRISON, Resident Director. â V, Detailed Prospectuses, and every requisite information as to ,-ji the mode of effecting Assurances, may he obtained upon appli- cation to the following AGENTS NEWPORT MR R. Jenkins. TREDEGAR MR. George Harrby, Bank. iSjJaJj CHEPSTOW .â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢â¢Mr, J. L. Baldwyn, Solicitox to NOTICES, &c. THEATRE, CARDIFF.â(BY AUTHORITY ) IR. CHARLES PERKINS, Stage-Manager, RESPECTFULLY BKGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HIS B S N E F I T WILL TAKE PLACE On MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER the 4th, 1843, On which occasion he will be assisted by his Friend, MR. WOULDS. First and only performance of Sheridan Knowles's celebrated Play, called The Wife; A Tale of Kantua. MARIANA, (her first appearance in that character),Miss MACREADY. When will be Acted Sheridan Knowles's Play, in Fire Acts, called the WIFE; A TALE OF MAXTl'A. Leonardo Gonzaga} (Mr. Buckingham. Ferranlo Gonzag-u } Prmce8 of Mantua i Mr. Silver. Count Florio..Mr. Artaud. Antonio, (a Curate) Mr. Mulford. Julian St. P.rrre Mr. Charles Perkins. Lorenzo, (an Advocate) Mr. Frazer. Hugo.Mr. Morland. Bartolo..Mr. W. H. Angell Bernardo..Mr. Jones. Advocate of Manuta.Mr. Burchell. MARIANA (the Wife) MISS MACREADY. Moribel Miss Plowman. Mr. AN IEL will, (by particular desire), Sing the Popular Comic Song, called the "STATTY FAIR." A FAVOURITE SONG, BY MRS. ESTE. SONG, the "Death of Nelson," MR. REDFEARN, To conclude with the Laughable Farce of X. Y. Z. Captain Galliard.. Mr. Frazer Grubbleton.Mr. Mulford. NEDDY BRAY.MR. WOULDS. Roscius Aldross.Mr. S. Buckingham. Doddle. Mr. Morland. Ralph Hempsead..Mr. Artaud I Waiter.Mr. Burchell. Maria Miss Rose ) Betty. Miss Plowman. Mrs. Mouser.Mrs. W. H. Angel. Dora Mumwell Mrs. Macnamara. STAGE MANAGER-MR. CHARLES PERKINS. The Performance will be 'so arranged as to terminate each Evening at Eleven o'clock. Doors open at half-past Six, Performance to commence at Seven.âBoxes, 3s. Pit, 2s.; Gallery, Is.âSecond Price a quarter before Nine.âPlaces for Boxes to be taken at the Post-office. Tickets to be had of Mr. Charles Perkins, No. 7, Great Frederick-Street Mr. P. Bird, White Lion Mr. Webber, Guardian" Office; Mr. Bird, Post-Office; and at the Cardiff Arms. For the Benefit of Mr. S. Bucking-ham. On THURSDAY EVENING next, DECEMBER 7th, will be presented, a new Play, in 3 Acts, entitled THE KING'S WAGER; OR, The Camp, the Cottage, and the Court. Charles the Second. Mr. S. BUCKINGHAM. Duke of Buckingham..Mr. H. Frazer. Rilac Lovell (the King's favourite) Mrs. Este. Chrystal Joyce (Page) Miss Plowman. Herbert Yane. Mr. Silver. Sir Charles Sedley (with a song) Mr. Redfearn. Sampson Tybbe Mr. W. H. Angel. Master Smalltap Watch-and-learn Mr. Artaud. Rosabelle Mrs. Angel. IRISH BALLAD, Molly Brown"âLover, by Mr. Redfearn. Mr. Buckingham and Mrs. Silver will dance the celebrated hUSH JIG from Rory O'More. After which, an entirely new Farce, called, THE EATON BOY. Colonel Curry Mr. Mulford Mr. Dabster.Mrl W. H. Angel Captain Pophatn Mr. S. BUCKINGHAM Miss Fanny Curry Mr. S. BUCKINGHAM Tom (the Eaton Boy) Mrs. Este Fanny (the Colonel's Daughter) Mrs. Este Sally (her Maid) Miss Plowman In the course of the Far>e Mr. S. Buckingham will dance the MOCK CRACOVKINNE. Mr. S. B. will also Gallop Mr. W. H. Angel through a Gallopade, Mr. W. H. A. being now under a course of light training for the occasion Mr. Buckingham will dance the MOCK CACIIUCIIA, and give a Burlesque Imitation of Madame Taglioni By particular desire, and for this night only, Mr. S. Buckingham will dance the NEWMARKET JOCKEY HORN- PIPE. To conclude with aMelo-drama of intense interest, called the CHARCOAL BURNERS, OR THE DROPPING BELL OF KNARESBOIWUGH In which the whole strength of the Company will appear. Tickets may be had of Mr. S. Buckingham, at Mr. Quelch's, tailor, Church-street; at Mr, Webber's, Guardian Office; and of Mr. Bird, Post-office, where places for the Boxes may be secured. Address to the Marquess of Bute. BOROUGH OF CARDIFF. AT a MEETING of the CLERGY, GENTRY, and INHABITANTS of the Borough of CARDIFF," holden at the GUILDHALL, on MONDAY, the 27th day of NOVEMBER, 1843, convened by the Mayor, pursuan to a requisition to him, HENRY MORGAN, ESQ,, MAYOR OF CARDIFF, In the Chair, It was resolved unanimously, on the motion of Charles Croft Williams, Esq., seconded by the Rev. James C. Campbell, That an Address of regret and sympathy at the disastrous calamity and severe loss sustained by the Most Hon. the Marquess of Bute in the destruction of his princely mansion at Luton Hoo, be prepared for presentation to his Lordship." On the motion the Rev. Thomas Stacey, seconded by William Jonas Watson, Esq., « That the Address now read be adopted." On the motion of John Moore, Esq., M.D., seconded by David Evans, Esq., « That the Address be fairly transcribed, and signed by the Chairman on behalf of the Meeting, and forwarded by him to the Marquess of Bute." On the motion of E. P. Richards, Esq., seconded by Mr. Griffith Phillips, "That a copy of the Address, and the proceedings of this Meeting, be published in the Cardiff Advertiser of Saturday next." H. MORGAN, Chairman. The Mayor having left the Chair, which was taken by John Moore, Esq., Resolved unanimously, on the motion of Charles Yachell Esq., seconded by Mr. George Bird, "That the best thanks of the inhabitants of the town are due to the Mayor, for the readiness with which he con- vened this meeting, which specially dpsires, also, to acknowledge his kind and able conduct in the Chair." "TO THE MOST HONOURABLE JOHN CRICHTON STUART, MARQUESS OP BUTE, AND EARL OF DUMFRIIS, BARON CARDIFF, OF CARDIFF CASTLE, &câ &C., KNIGHT OF THE MOST HONOURABLE ORDER OF THE THISTLE, AND LORD-LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. MY LOSD,âWe, the undersigned inhabitants of the Town of Cardiff, assembled at a Meeting convened by the Mayor, in pursuance of a Publick Requisition, beg Jeave most respectfully to offer to your Lordship the expression of our deep regret at the destruction, by a calamitous fire, of your stately and beautiful mansion at Luton Hoo, and of our heartfelt sympathy with your Loidship in the lamentable misfortune you have so sustained. We of this place have too long been witnesses of the benefits that flow through a neighbourhood from the resi- dence in it of a Nobleman, so qualified and forward as your Lordship ever is to promote every good work, not to mourn over an event that must deprive, for a while at least, the inhabitants of another spot of a continuance of such advan- tages as your presence affords. We look upon this sad occurrence as a double calamity; and be assured, my Lord, that while we feel for the deprivation of the inhabitants of Luton, nothing of interest that seriously affects you can be foreign or indifferent to us. Although the devastation was all but complete, and the loss of property immense, yet, while we would not presume to suggest such ordinary topics of consolation as must be familiar to your mind, we cannot but gratefully acknowledge the care of a. kind Providence over the lives of men, so that not one of the large assemblage of ready hands which was voluntarily engaged in labouring to arrest the fury of the flames was seriously hurt, much less destroyed. We would also venture to allude to what must be another subject of congratulation and gladness to your Lordshipâthe preservation of your admirable and splendid Collection of Pictures,âthe best works of some of the greatest masters of modern times, both in our own and other countries,âof your valuable Library, and of most of the rare specimens of Art in your possession, costly and precious, in- deed, in themselves, but valuable above all estimation to your Lordship from peculiar associations and recollections, the most ennobling and most endearing, in which it is the privilege of few to be permitted to indulge; for had these not been spared the ruin, their destruction would have been deplored, not as the irremediable loss of your Lordship only, but must have been felt as his own loss by every lover and admirer of Genius and the Fine Arts throughout Europe. Wishing your Lordship every good, a long life in happi- ness and in health, we have the hoaom to be, &c., &c." NOTICES, LETTINGS, AND SALES, TO BREWERS. WANTED, a BREWER, a Single Man, who will take charge of Two Horses. A Salary with all per- quisites allowed, together with Board, Lodging, and Washing. A good character from his last place is required. Address, A. B., Post-Office, Merthyr. FOR NINE DAYS ONLY! From Wednesday, November 29tlt, until Thursday, December 1th, 1813. TO BUILDERS, PAPER-HANGERS AND PRIVATE FAMILIES. Selling by Private Contract, A LARGE quantity of PAPER-HANGINGS aud BORDERS, of the finest description, AT 20 PE £ CENT. UNDER PRIME COST!! REMEMBER! THURSDAY, 7th of DECEMBER, will be the LAST DAY, at. 20, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF, or at MORRIS MARTIN'S, Cheap Paper-Hanging Manu- facturer, No. 10, PARK-STREET, BRISTOL. Cowbridge Turnpike Trust. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TRUSTEES of the TURNPIKE ROADS, under an Act passed in the Third Year of the Reign of King George the Fourth, intituled "An Act to Amend the General Laws now in being for Regulating Turnpike Roads in that part of Great Britain called England," WILL MEET at the BEAR INN, in the Town of Cow- UBIDGE, on TUESDAY, the SECOND day of JANUARY, 1844, at the hour of Twelve at Noon, for the purpose of paying off by Lot the Sum of One Hundred and Fifty Pounds due on Mortgage of the Tolls arising at the Toll Gates upon the Turnpike Roads in the Cowbridge Turnpike Trust. Dated the 7th day of November, 1843. WM. EDMONDES, Clerk to the Trustees. IN the Matter of the Petition of JAMES KEATE, at present and for Twelve Months past, residing at the Town of CARDIFF, in the COUNTY of GLAMORGAN, being a SHOEMAKER and LEATHER SELLER, Notice is hereby given that HENRY JOHN STEPHEN, Sergeant at Law, the Commissioner! acting in the matter of this Petition, will proceed to make a final order thereon at the Bristol District Court of Bankruptcy, at the City of BRISTOL on MONDAY, the 18th day of DECEMBER next, at Twelve o'Clock, in the noon precisely unless cause be there and then shown to the contrary. R. G. SIIUM TUCKETT, Deputy Registrar, Bristol District. JAMES CROCKER,'Messenger. TOWN OF CARDIFF. To be Let, With Immediate Possession, at Moderate Rent, and Free of Encumbrances, The Sea Lock Hotel. For further Particulars apply to Mr. SAWYER, Auctioneer, Cardiff, (if by Letter, postage paid.) November 23rd, 1843. TOWN OF CARDIFF. To be Let, with Immediate Possession ALL THAT OLD-ESTABLISHED and WELL^ACCUSTOMED PUBLIC-HOUSE, called or known by the name of the GLOVE AND SHEARS, WITH STABLES, fIc. The STOCK, FURNITURE, and FIXTURES, to be taken to at a fair Valuation. For further particulars apply to Mr. E. LEYSHON, Auctioneer and Appraiser, 79, St. Mary-Street, Cardiff. GLAMORGANSHIRE. Cwm y Gorse Turnpike District. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the TOLLS arising at the CWM Y GORSE TOLL GATE within this District, Will be Let by Auction, To the best Bidder, at the TOWN-HALL, NEATII, on FRIDAY, the 29th day of DECEMBER next, between the hours of Twelve and Two o'Clock, in the manner directed by the Act passed in the third and fourth yeais of the Reign (;f his late Majesty King George the Fourth, for Regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls were Let the last year for the sum of flOa, and .he Tolls will be put up at such Sum. Whoever happens to be the best Bidder, must at the same time pay One Month in advance of the Rent at which such Tolls may be Let (if required), and give security with suf- ficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees of the said District, for payment of the Rent Monthly, or in such other proportions as shall be directed. There will be no Toll payable on Lime carried for manure. By Order of the Trustees, A. CUTHBERTSON, Neath, 28th November, 1843. Clerk. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. MR. H. M- PARTRIDGE HAS the honour to announce that he is appointed br the Executrix of the late Thomas Jones Phillips, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, No. 7, High-street, Newport, on TUES- DAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, the 19th, 20th, and 21st of DECEMBER next, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, EXTENSIVE LAW AND PRIVATE LIBRARY OF BOOKS, Office Furniture and Fixtures, PHAETON, HARNESS, AND EFFECTS, Particulars of which will appear in hand-bills. Catalogues, price 6d. each, (to be returned to purchasers,) will be ready for delivery on Saturday, the 9th of December, and may he had on the Premises, at the principal Inns, and at the Auctioneer's Offices, No. 141, Commercial-Street, Newport. Igyf The Sale will commence precisely at 12 o'Clock, on Tuesday, the 19th December, with the Law Library. Newport, 29th Nov., 1843.

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