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CARMARTHENSHIRE iWatii grurnpifec tuøt. Notice is hereby Given, rrHAT. the TOLLS arising at the under-mentioned JL Toll Gates, (which were not Let this dav,) will be LET by AUCTION, to J lie best Bidder, for One Year, commencing the 1st day of November, 1831 at the Talbot, in Carmarthen, on Thurfday, the 20fh day of October next, between the houja of 12 and 2 o'clock, in the mannee di- recl edbv the Act pasH-tJ in the third year of the Reign of hislate Majesty King: George the Fourth, "for regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls were let the last year as fol- loivs A Ystrad, Abermarles,Gurrey-FacWi & Penrock Gates, 1165 Llandovery Gate 330 And will be put up at the above-mentioned sums. Whoever happens to he the best bidder, must at the same time give security, with sufficient sureties, to the satisfac- tion of the Trustees of the said Turnpike Road, for payment of the rent agieed for, and at such times ai they shall direct. No person's bidding will be received for any of the Gates, who shall not have paid up all arrears to the 1st of August last. nor unless he produce a written undertaking from two responsible persons, to become his sureties, should they (the sureties) be unable to attend the Meeting. J. J. STACEY, Clerk to the Trustees. Carmarthen, September 19, 1831. I REGULAR COMMUNICATION BY STE, AINI, FROM Milford, to Bristol Sf Liverpool, With Passengers and Goods. THE superior First Class YVar-Office Steam Packet LEE, Lieut. N. Chapman, R. N. Commander, sails regularly between MILFORD. LIVERPOOL, and BRISTOL, with PASSENGERS and GOODS, and leaves Liverpool every 10th, 20lh, and 30th of each month, and Milford every 11th, 21st, 31st, or 1st of each month, for Bristol; Bristol every 5th, 15th, find 25ih of each month, and Milford every 6ih, 16th, and 26th of each mouth, for Liverpool. The following Towns, to which there are excellent con- veyances, are but a short distance fiom Milford :âHaver- f oid west, 7 miles; Pembroke, 6 miles; Pembroke Dock, 4 miles; Narherth, 17 miles; Solvn, 17 mile's St. David's, 20 miles Fishguard, 20 miles; and Tenby, 18 miles. Intended Times of Departure in October, FROM BRTSTOT. TO MILFORD AND UVERPOIL. MLTFORD TO UVEKPOQL, Wednesday vO<xt. 5, 7 morn. Thursday, Oct. 6, 6 morn.: Saturday, Oct. 15, 12 noon. Sunday, jQct. 16, 6 mom. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 9 morn. Wednesday,Oct. 26, 6 morn.. FROM LIVERPOOL â TO MILFORD AND BRISTOL. FR0M ^FORD TO BRISTOL. Monday, Oct. 10,12 noon. Tuesday, Oct. II, 4 after.' Monday, Oct. 10,12 noon. Tuesday, Oct. It, 4 after., Monday, Oct. 10,12 noon. Tuesday, Oct. II, 4 after.' Thursday, Oct. 20, 9 morn. I Friday, Oct. 21, 4 after. Sunday, Oct. 30, 7 morn. | Monday, Oct. 31, 12 after. Carriages, Horses, and Live Stock, shipped with care at very low freights, the accommodation for the same being of the best description. FARES. TO BRISTOL. j £ 8. d. Cabin I 1 () Steward's Fee. 0 2 6 Deck 0 10 6 I Carriage (4wheel'd) 2 0 0 Do. (2do.) 1 5 0 Horses i 5 O Dogs 0 3 0 TO LIVERPOOL. X. S. d. Cabin .1 11 6 Steward's Fee. 0 2 6 Deck 0 15 0 Carriages(4 wheel'd)3 10 0 Do. (2do.). 1 15 0 Horses. J II 6 Dogs 0 5 0 Refreshments of the best description provided on board on moderate terms. A Female attends the Ladies' Cabin. For further particutars apply to Messrs. Watson & Pim, Clarence Dock, Liverpool; the General Steam Packet Office, Quay, Bristol; or Mr. Walter W. Harries, Milford. TENSEST to Blftisgroir, IN ABOUT TEN HOURS, í EVERY FRIDAY, WITH PASSENGERS AND GOODS, gj;* Petnbroke, Narberth, Haverfordwest, and Mit- ford, are distant as follow from Tenby, to which places there are excellent conveyances for Passengers and Goods: Pembroke, 10 miles; Narberilt, to miles; Milford, \8:f>iiles; and Haverfordwest, 18 miles. rrHE FIRST-CLASS STEAM PACKET, 1 GEORGE IV, Wiliam Rees, Commander, (late of the Betsey, Flora, and James,. Sailing Vessels,) is intended to sail as follows during the Month of OCTOBER: From TEN BY to BRISTOL. From BRISTOL to TENBY FRIDAYS. TO^DAYS. Friday, Oct. 7, 7 miorh. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 6 morn. Friday, Oct. 14, 11 mom. Tuesday, Oct. 11, 8 morn. Friday, Oct. 21, 6 mom. Tuesday, Oct. 18, 4 £ morn. Friday, Oct. 28, 11 morn. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 9 morn. £ s. d. Cabin Passage. 1 1, 6 Servants in the Best Cabins 0 15 6 Steerage lis including landing Children under 10 Years of age. half price. Four-wheel Carriage 2 2 6 I Horse 4-wheel ditto 1 12 6 Gig. I 5 0 j PE. s. d. Horse 1 5 0 Dogs 0 3 0 Fat Cattle each 0 12 0 I Store d'mo 0 10 0 Two-year old ditto 0 7 6 Yearlings. 0 5 0 Pigs. 0 .2 0 Sheep 0 1 £ Sh-eep 1 Ii Steward's Fpes for Ladies and Gentlemen, h., 6d.. Chil- dren and Servants, 9d. each. r Freights same as Sailing; Vessels. Femate,A,t! Refreshments of the best description iruty be had qn Hoard. Carriages, Horses, and Live Stock, shipped with the great- est possible care. AGENTS âMr. ,Hu £ hf?9, Coboyrg Hotel, Tenby; Messrs. Te.rfel and Sons, 33, Back, and the BrisfaL Steam Packet Company, at their Office, No, 1, Quay, Br istof. NOTICE.âThe Proprietors of. the above Steam Packet will not be accountable for tiny Ctjibiii Pa^Wriger'J Liig- gage, (if lost or damaged,) above the Value of £ 5; not for any Deck PassengerVLuggage, (iflost or'damAged,) above ihe value of 20s. unless in each case entered as sucft, aitd freight-In proportion-paid for the saioe,.at the,time of deli- very nor âw01 they besgpsw^|?b'e for any.parcel t^bpye tbe; ralue ofJ^Oi, ,(if lost^ord^je^jlui^^sg,tf Hfpch,.and ^rejjht jn. tfee tj|i»e of deliver;, 5 o bt ntt" Jind entered upon immediately, A DWELLING-HOUSE, situate in Quay-street C? martlien, lately occupied by Mr. Walter Bowen. Malister, deceased For further particulars apply (if by letter post paid,) on the premises, or to Mr. Thomas Bovven, Linen draper, Guild Hall Square. Carmarthen, Oct. 6. 1-931. C AIIM A RTH !â¢: X SIIIH E. Co btol byurttO¡t," WITHOUT RESERVE, On Tuesday, the 18th, and Wednesday, the 19th Oct. 1831, AT ABERCYFOR, IN THE PARISH OF LLANDEFEYLOG, IN THE SAID COUNTY, By THOMAS PARRY, Auctioneer, 4 LL the well-selected STOCK and CROP of the said Farm, the property of the late Mr. Walter! Bowen, Maltster, deceased; consisting of 18 prime milch cows, 4 fat cows, and I two-year-old bulT of the real Cas- tlemartin breed; 5 efccelJent draught working horses; 1 fat pig, and 4 store pigs; 4 haggard mows of wheat, 5 haggartl mows of barley, 2 haggard mows of oats, 1 rick of hay, 3 stacks of hay, a 1,1 well harvested a low four- wheeled carriage on lancewood springs; carts, ploughs, har- rows, harness, household furniture, brewing and dairy uten- sils, &c. and about 3 tons of prime cjieese to be sold in lots. The above Stock and Crop are well selected, and well worth the attention of Gentlemen, Farmers, and others. The sale to commence at 11 o'clock, and credit will be given on approved security. N. B. The above FARM will be LET on the day of the SALE, unless previously rented out. COUNTY of the BOROUGH of CARMARTHEN. Zo be SboKb by Auction, Or in the meantime by Private Contract, A( i,he LION ROYAL HOTEL, Queen-street, on FRIDAY, the ftist day of OCTOBER, 1831, between the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be then produced, The following very desirable PROPERTY: LOT I. THE Lease whereof 23 years are now unexpired, of all that very eligible and old-established .SHOP and PREMISES, with the Appurtenances thereunto be- Ion-ing,, situite in King-street, Carmarthen, and now in the occupation of lyirs. Henry Harris, Grocer, at the low yearly rent of = £ 5 5s. but well worth = £ 50. This Lot is well worthy the attention of any person wishing to embark in a general trade, as a very large and lucrative business is now (and has been) carried (W the premises during the last t w" en ty years. LOT n. The Lease, whereof 15 years are now unexpired, of all those TWO VV A RE-ROOMS, vover the Lamb and FI: brewing-house or Yard. and also the WARE-ROOM ad. joining the same, with the Appurtenances thereunto belong- ing, situate on t-he Mount or Casile-Green, and now in the occupation Of Mrs, Henrv Harris, at the low yearly rent of J £ Q- 15s. This Lot Is behind Lot 1, and adjoining the satne. LOT If T. J £ Q- 15s. This Lot Is behind Lot 1, and adjoining the satne. LOT III. The Lease, whereof 12 years are now unexpired, of all those TWO COTTAGES, with the Appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate on the Mount, near the Coliniv Giol, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Henry Harris, at the low yearly rent of £ 4. This Lot is opposite the last Lot, and has lately been converted at a considerable expence into commodious Ware-Rooms and other Out-Olfices. LOT IV. The Lease, whereof 13 years are now unexpired, of all that verv desirahte MEADOW or PASTURE FIELD, called PARK-Y-SR1RY. containing about 3 Acres, situate ner Francis Well, in the County of the Borough of Carmar- then, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Henry Harris, at the low yearly rent of s £ 8. LOT V. The ONE-SIXTEENTH P ART of the newly built fast sailing Schooner. IJRITANIVIA, burden per register 76 Tons, but carries 90 Tons, now taking in goods at Bristol. Immediate possession will be giren of all the above Lots. Carmarthen, October 6th, 1831. SWOOO GENUINE APERIENT WAjnxx.it vxi.1,8, A mostexceltent Medicine for Bile, Indigestion, Pains' Giddiness, of the Head, Pjfes, Dropsical Complaints, And are in a considerable degree, a preventive of various other diseases. THEIR Composition is truly excellent^ as they do not contain any antimonial or Mercurial Prepa- ration whatever, and therefore when taken, do not require tbeleast confinement or ^Iteration of d iet (moderateex- ercise promotes their good effects;) they seldom operate until ten or twelve hours after tqken and then very gently; they destroy worms, purify the humours, and evacuate all foul corruptions to which the intestines are so liable, whereby so many diseases are produced; never gripe un, less the inside be very foul, and then but little by re- moving obstructions they cause the food to pass to its re- pective parts, becomihg a good restorative and preserva- iveofhealth to both sexes, and to those of a costive Habit truly vatuabtetreasure Also, Snook's Pcctoral or Cough Pills For Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, and Shortness of -Breaih.' It is well known that Coughs and Colds, (if not soon re- moved,), are. in' many cases attended with CdnsiflM-able danger, for Hie removal of which the Pectoral or CoUgh Pills are with confidence recommended as an excellent me- dicine, and in most cases a certain specific a single, box will bea sufifcient trial to prove their good effects. spook s dentifrice, For the TERgU ami (iUtiS, There are certain essential requisites in thecomposit/on of a Dentifrice necessary to form such a preparation as, will produce the effect of cleflningand ivhiterling the Teetb, with- out injuring the Enamel, and, by strengthening the Gums, to render them firm, florid and healthy. This dentifrice Is of- fered to the Public .is a preparation perfectly harmless'} the Ingredients which compose it hre directed against that col- Ifc.don:Qfin.fu.ri(Jus rnqitt;r.. whjcbso frequently collects upon The Teeth, generally denominated TARTAR J .the Dentifrice acts as.a n Antiseptic, and prevents further accumulation. The GUMS are not neglecred ifl the composition of this Preparation, and in scorbutic affections ofihat delicalepart he Dentifrice will be found an eflTectual remedy. 1 To enlarge further upon its virtues and efficacy would be unnecessary it pnty requires to be used. in order to form a correct appieci^tion of the qualities bere specififd. It is proper to suggest the use of a soft brush, when using the Dentifrice. A' daily'.application' of thi?'P6wder'is Ne- cessary to produce thedesired efleet on the' Teeth and Gums, especially jylierelhe accumulation of Tartar has. been of longstanding. The above Articles are Prepared and Sold by J. SNOOK, Chemist, Bridgwater, Somerset.âThe Pills in Hoxes, ai Is. IJd, and ?s. 9d. etfeh. THe Dentifrice in Boxes1 at Is. lid and 2s. each. The 5famp on each of the above Pills, and Dentin frifie1;has the Proprietor's writted ^igniture; none else are (jpouipe. Sola. Wholesale and Retail by Messrs. Barclay and Son, 93, Fleet Markft j Sutton,ahd Brt'W Church Yard, NdwbeTy' and "Sons, St. Paul's Ctiurth'S'ard; Mr. E. wards, 66. St. Paul's Church Yard, Messrs..Butlers, 4- Ch^apside Lopdon ;20, Waterloo Place, .Edinburgh; and aBd: Rfta'l-fey j>,rju?igal.RJedicjne &jn t^ie'Aiiig- dotSr 5 T .F011 a general Alterative Medicine this thxir stands unrivalled: and the public cannot have Recourse to a more efficacious Remedy, as a Pcrifi. of the Blood from all Humours, whether contracted by tou free Living, or from Jaundice, Surfeits, Scurvy, or H' inours after the Measlesor Small Pf).x-, &e. F./ if) OlJ- structions in the Intestines, and for the Cure of Worms ai Children or Adults, it will be found equally serviced it assists Digestlor.s,strengthens the Stomach, an,! has been found of infinite Service t» those who take long Voyuec- as u Preservative against the Scurvy Observe that the \Vords Dicey § Co.' are in ihP. Stamp afhxed over the Coik. Sold at the only True Warehmi-e, No. 10, Bow Church yard, London, Price Js. l^d. a bottle; and by all ihe> principal Country BookseHers-and Medicine Venders. Squires Original Grand Elixir. f invaluaI)^e Medicine speedily removts all tresh Colds, with their attending Symptoms of violent pain and soreness of the Stomach, proceeding from Coldand Coughing and is a most sovereign remedy in casing Rheumatic Pains in the Limbs or Joints, in whicn complaint it bas been so surprizingly successful, as to have been recommended by several eminent Physicians &c If lives speedy and lasting ease in the most vioten fits of :he Gout, Stone, or Gravel, and renders the functions of he body regu ar, by removing flatulence, head-acne twitchins of the nerves, tremblings, faintings &c C3" See that the words 41 DICEY & Co." are in the Siam-» afhxed over the Cork of ouch Bottle. Price 2s Sold at the Only True Warehouse, .No. JO, Bow Church Yard, London and I)v all the principal Country Book- sellers and Medicine Venders â Of whom also maybe had BETTON's BRITISH OIL (the only Genuine), Is. 9d the Bottle. DICEY & CO.'s True Xfajfy's KSi.vir, Superior to every other Medicine for giving immediate Relief in the most painful Attacks of the Chol.c, and n .til Complaints of the Stomach and Bowels, as well -i" fo I. tIleviiting those dislrebing Maladies (lie Gravel or Stoiie. AS a General Family Medicine, DICEY's DAFFY has lonjj- become so justly celebrated, from irs superior Quality to all other Preparations sold under ih-. Name of Daffy s Elixir, that no Family, particularly in the Country ought to he without it ,-but, as effectual Relief U only to be expected by those who use the Genuine Medicine Purchasers are cautioned not to rely merely upon the Gla^ Bottle bearing the Name of Dicey Co. as (here are unpr n! c,pled People who buy up the empty Bottles for the P Ir pose of filling them with their own counterfeit Preparation, and wh.ch are thus imposed upon the Public as the True Daffy s Lhxjr-ihe only certain Criterion is to examine whether the Stam p Label which is affixed over the Cork has h Irii f- rv Go. prmted therein; and loobservethat the Bill of Drrections is signed >\lV.Sutf»n Co. late Dicel Sutton. âIn Routes, at 2s. and 2s. 9d. each. Sold at the Oiiginal Warehouse, No. 10, Bow Church J"?? Lon4on.' at 2s. and 2s. 9d. tach, and by |^tfers. PnaC,P 4io0kae!,erS Medicine Di-. Anderson's True Scots Pills Have been, for more that) a century, and still continue to be faithfully prepared at the Original Warehouse for London" Medicmes» No- i0> Bow Church Yard, THEY are singularly efficacious in bilious, flatu- lent and dropsical complaints, and all Disorders of the Head, Stomach, and Boyvels promote Digestion create an Appet.te, remove Obstructions in tbeKirinev s and consequently are Antidotes to the Stone afid Grav.-f' but for the expulsion of Wrorms in Children or -rown Per* sons, the whole Materia Medica has not their equat. One or two of them luken after any irregularity in Living ure- vent those disagreeable effects so often experienced and travellers, who are liable to meet with all kinds or Li- quors, as well as seafaring people, should never be un- provided with them, as by frequently taking one or two of them, they are kept from Costiveness, Scurvies Fevers and most malignant Distempers. icvt,s' FRJ" Ask-particularly for DICEY'S Anderson's Siots Pill, and to prevent counterfeits observe that the words DICKV and Co. are in the fctamp. Sold at the Original Warehouse, No 10, Bow Church Yard, Loiidon, at Is. IJd. per Box, and bv all the prin cipal Medicine-Veuders. â -> < r a::r From the various acute diseases to which Horses are liable, and by which numbers are lost before assistance can be procured, it is particularly rcommended to Sportsmen, Coach-proprietors, Carriers Farmers, Inn- keepers, Dealers in Horses, &c. always to keep by them a bottle or twi) of WAIN WRIGHT'S Sfafforslgliire Cordial, And RO YAL ENGLISH MEDICINE for HOtiSES A Certain CURE for STAGGERS, GRIPES, &c. THE Reputation of this celebrated Alediciiie is so permanently established that it is known to be the Only hope and sure dependence in many Diseases of Horses Those, however, to whom it is at present hnknowtT-are requested to make trials in the most dangerous staees of rhe above complaints, as well as in Colds, Coughs Fevers &<⢠which will at once convince them thai it is a Medic-pe of extraordinary power and value, and may iustlv be con- sidered a Public Benefit.â During the Hunting Season no sportsman ought to be unprovided with it. a single bottle having saved the life of many ai valuable hunter after i evere days chase. Ask particularly for Wainwright's Staffordshire Cordial, w hich is sold by all the principal .Medicine Ven- ders, price 2s. 6d. the Bottle. Of vchoxn may alsobe had. ATKINS's COMPOSITION for DESTROYING RATS and MlèE. In Boxes, at 2s. 6d. each. FOR RHEUMATISM, COLDS, COUGHS, &C. DlCKY's Original and the Onlv Genuine Dr.Bat email s Pectoral Drops, THE most valuable Medicine ever discovered for Colds, Coughs, A ,-u 'r's Fevers, Rheuriiatism Pains in the Breast, Limbs, and Joints, and for most <fom plaints where ColdS are the origin.âIn Fevers it Iris always been found particularly efficacious, and wl-eii taken in an early stage of the complaint, has, in nu'm- berlessiostances, prevented Itsrunnlng on to Typhus. There are various Imitations of this Medicine bv differ ent pretenders,-air of them utter strangers to the true preparation, Purchasers are therefore requested to fie verv particular in, asking for DICEY's llA'I'1':)1AlW's,'Dnops,' as alt others are Counterfeit. S TROPS, Sold in Bottles at Is. l'Jd. each, at the only True Wir» house, No. 10, Bow Chiirch-yard, London, and bv all the principal Booksellers and Medicine Venders.' vS°'n!!e Wnrehonse for Genuine Medicines No. 10, B6w Church Yard, Loadon and bv all tbv t.rin cipal Country Booksellers and .Druggists Spld also bv Tardrew, W. Evans, Guildhall, jf Laos, S s Tardrew, -Thomas Warren, and D. LI. *Mor- tither; CatmkrthenT Treble, Barclay; and Hird,Pem- broke Philips, Make.g and Thomas, HaVerfordwest, Prhtbt-ro, Btatbvtayu and Griffiths,' Narfterth,.Hughes Wandilo; ReeS, Llandovery, Williams, ^Vaughan, and ^Beyan, Brecknock j Jenkins^Dawe,, Lister, -Jontl,, and wnJjam s 'Swanse' à ;,1,)a:v ifs. Jonè' W n'¡'ii ms ,t'â4ig.an "t.

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