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JXfotlce is hereby Cfiresi, THAT a Meeting of the Owners of Lands, in the Parish of Llapelly, in the County of Carmarthen, will be held in the Town Hall, in Llanelly, on Friday, the Fourth day of Novettibrr next, at twelveVclock at noon, to elect and appoint a Person to act as a Commissioner, for assessing and apportioning the sums to be paid in respect ofach,and every of the Lands and Tenements, in the said parish, in pursuance of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the second year of the reign of his present Mltj"- ty, entitled, "An Act for extinguishing Tithes, and cus- tomary payments in lieu of Tithes,, within the parish of Llanelly, in the count y of Cairmarthen, and for-suiking compensation in lieu thereof;" and for otherwise carry-, ius; the provisions of the said Act into effect. Dated this 23d day of September. 1831. (Signed) W. CHAMBERS, R. J. NEY1LL, DAVID LEWIS. Those persons who may be desirous of being elected to ffeeiiflice above mentioned, are requested to transmit their terms and testimonials to William Chambers, Esq. Llanelly, by letter post paid, on or before the 31st October next. N. B.-No perann is eligible to be elected, who shall reside in the county of Carmarthen, or who shall be directly or indirectly, whether a* principal or agent, interested in, or c'gnected with, any property situate in the said parish of REGULAR COMMUNICATION BY STEAM, FROM Milford, to Bristol Liverpool, With Passengers and Goods. rjlHE superior First Class War-Office Steam Packet A LEE, Lieut. N. Chapman, R. N. Commander, sails resrularly between MILFOItD, LIVERPOOL, and BRISTOL, with PASSENGERS and GOODS, and leaves Liverpool every JOth. 20ih, and 30ih of each month, and Milford every Hth, 21st, 31st, prist of each month, for Bristol; Bristol every 5th, 15th, and 25th of each month, and Milford every 6in, 16ih, and 26th of each month, for Liverpool. The following Towns, to which there are excellent con- veyances, are but a short distance fiom Milford :âHaver- fordwest, 7 miles; Pembroke,6 miles; Pembroke Dock, 4 miles; Narberth, 17 miles; Solva, 17 miles i SI. David's, 20 miles Fishguard, 20 miles and Tenby, 18 miles. Intended Times of Departure in October. PROM BRISTOL TO MtLFORD AND LIVERPOOL. SROM MILFORD TO LIVERPOOL. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 7 morn. Thursday, Oct. 6, 6 morn. Saturday, Oct. 15, 12 noon. Sunday, Oct. 16. 6 morn. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 9 nvorn.{Wednesday,Oct. 26,6 morn. FROM LIVERPOOL j TO MILFORD AND BRISTOL. Mondáy, Oct. 10,12 noon. Thursday, Oct. 20. 9 morn. Sunday, Oct. 30, 7 morn. J FROM MILFORD T» BRISTOL. [ Tuesday, Oct. 4 after. J Friday, Oct. 21, 4 after. Monday, Oct. 31. 12 after. Carriages, Horses, and Livestock, shipped with care at very low freights, the accommodation for the same being of the best description. FARES. TO BRISTOL. .G. S. d. Cabin 1 I 0 Steward's Fee. 0 2 6 Deck 0 10 6 Carriage (4 wheel'd) 2 0 0 Do. (2do.) 1 5 0 Horses. 15 0 Dogs 0 3 0 TO LIVEBPOOL. £ s. d. Cabin Ill 6 I Steward's Fee. 0 2 6 SIt'ward's }C'e. 0 't 6 1 Deck 0 15 0 I Carriages(4 wheel'd)3 10 0 Do. (2do.). 1 15 0 Horses 1 II 6 I Dogs 0 5 0 Refreshments of the best description provided on board on moderate terms. A Female attends the Ladies' Cabin. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Watson & Pirn, Clarence Dock, Liverpool the General Steam Packet Office, Quay, Bristol; or Mr. Walter W. Harries, Milford. TEJtDY to BRISTOL, IN ABOUT TEN ROURS, EVERY FRIDAY, WITH PASSENGERS AND GOODS, r-l- Pembroke, Narberth, Haverfordwest, and Mil- ford, are distant as follow from Tenby, to which places there are excellent conveyances for Passengers and Goods: Pembroke, 10 miles; JVarberth, 10 miles; Milford, 18 miles; and Haverfordwest, 18 miles. rpHE FIRST-CLASS STEAM PACKET, A GEORGE IV, WiliFkm Rees, Commander, (late of the Betsey, Flora, and James, Sailing Vessels,) is intended to sail as follows during the Month of OCTOBER From TENBY to BRISTOL. From BRISTOL to TENBY FRIDAYS. TUESDAYS. Friday, Oct. 7, 7 morn.i Friday, Oct. 14, 11 morn. Friday, Oct. 21, 6 moinj Friday, Oct. 28, 11 morh. Tuesday, Oct. 4, 6 morn. Tuesday, Oct. 11, 8 morn. iTuesday, Oct. 18, morn. (Tuesday, Oct. 25, 9 morn. -e a. d. Cabin Passage 1 1 6 Servants in the Best Cabins 015 6 Steerage Us including landing Children UMer 10 Years of age, half price. Four-wheel Carriage 2 2 6 1 Horse 4-wheel ditto 1 12 6 Gig 1 5 0 I £ s. <t. Horse 1 5 0 Dogs 0 3 0 Fat Cattle each 0 12 0 I Store ditto 0 10 0 Two-year old ditto 0 7 6 Yearlings 0 5 0 I Pigs 0 2 0 Sllitep 0 1 6 Steward's Fees for Ladies and Gentlemen, h. 6d. Chil. dreu and Servauts, 9d. each. Freights same as Sailing Vessels. Female Attendants. Refreshments of the best description may be had on Board. Carriages, Horses, and Live Stock, shipped with the great- est possible care. AGENTS.-âMr. Hughes, Cobourg Hotel, Tenby; Messrs. Terrel and Sons, 33, Back, and the Bristol Stea^i Packet Company, at their Office, No. 1, Quay, Bristol. NOT ICE.-The'Proprietors of the above Steqtn Packet will not be accountable for any Cabtn Passenger's Lug- gage, (if Ipst or damaged^) above the value'of £ 5; nor for any peck Passenger's Luggage, (if lost or damaged,) above the value of2()s. unless in eacli.cas,e enteredas such, and freight in proportion paid for'the same, at the.time pf deli- very nor wifl tbev be answerable for any iWHef pnre'el above the value of 40s. (if jost or damaged,) unless eiite'red as such, and freight in proportion paid for th'eiame, tvt the time of delivery, â iwrrwiim iiiiir ggggwâWfWBHWI APPBOTDB MSDICIITES, SOLD BY MESSRS. BUTLER, CHEMISTS, CHEAPSIDE, CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S, And their Agents Ifi the Country. XC^SElixir ParegoricâThe Paregoric Elixir is universally esteemed an excefle,it Medicine for Colds Coughs, yet at the same ume it has its inconveniences, unless joined with other remedies, fro ,h!le cons'11 br'»p on eo^veuess, h.nArrs expectoration, and frequently after Villaying a Cou4 feave a t oublesome Hoarseness Mr. Dixon s preparation which has been used during a practice of many fea rstvUh monde- ctded succe*s, obviates these inconveniences. In Bottles at 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6:1. S Jr iuaid Extract of Senna-A Mild Aperient, more particularly adapted for Females free^rom"utile and8«n^l^iT^as bee^rf1"Aperients, as Cassia Pulp, Manna, &câ and Aromatic*, and is rrte from Uste ano smell has been preset ibed by several eminent practitioners, and found to answer all the <nnt>o>-es for le Infusam and the LemUvc Electuary are usually administered. The BLACK OH AUGHT can be prepared in an instnnt vv.th this preparation accord.ng to the d^ eciions which accompany it. In Bottles at 2s. 9d. and 4,. 61? CS2. £ E3g S Or$S3. The extraordinary efficacy of tlicse Lozeuges in cases of Wprn»« as wellas in the Obstrucuons in the bowels, and every disorder where cleansing physic is required, is so universally k noU, and has been publicly acknowledged by so many persons of distinction in society', that it is unnecessary here to enKrle on their peculiar virtues. In Packets, at Is. ] £ d. and 2s. 2d. unuecLssary nere to ent,uget Blltlcr s ollZ1g[ ^.pcricut E^O'ysrsisrs-These Powilers produce an EfFervescina; Dr.w^h extremely refreshing-grateful lo the Palate, as well as at the same time a mildft cooling Aperient, ecnliariy adaptelto reheve Indigestion, H1-arthnrn and Nausea, and counteract Aridity in the Stomach. Wlien taken af.er too free an il duigence in the luxuries of the tahje, the usual dtsagreeable effects are prevented. In Boxes, at 2s. 9J. and 20s? Tower's SI4unacbic Probably the safest and most ccrtaiii Sedative and Antispasmodic S^re'ln Vottfe^ at Ner%°US Pa,Pi,iuns> Difficulty of Breathing, and Hysteric Af- Butler's F]Liaid Extract of Sarsaparilla-for making the Decoction as it may be re- quired, in a superior manner, instantly and economically. 1. ,s used as an alternative in Scrofula, Scurvv, Secondary 7s"eKd 20s U(a[U*°llS D,seas«» an<1 81 remedy to correct the improper use of Mercury. In Bottles, at 4s. fxi! Power's Oicitazient for Bing Worm or Scald Head-Of all diseases to which Children are "inject, none are more ledtous and difficult of cure than those of Ring-worm and Scald Head. Pa.ents and others who have the care of Children, wilj fully estimate and gladly avail themselves of anv preparation wl.ieli may be considered a specific for the.r cure Por some years the proprietor has extensively u^ed this preparation him- self, and has never, in e*ne instance known it to fail. In Pots, 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d. P V ation turn Dixon's .&IB.t.4^IB.iic>US Pills-As a mild and effectual remedy in those Affections which have their origin in a moibid action of the Liver and Biliary organs, namely. Indigestion, Loss of Annetite Head-4rhP Fi- leuce, Heartburn, Const 'Pj'tion, &c. these Fill, {which ito not contain Mercury in any shape) hive met with more general approval than any other ftledicine. In Boxes, at 2s. 9d.- 4s. 6d., II- and 22s. Butler's Vegetable Tooth Povvde:t'-This Dentifrice (composed without the admixture of (iny Mineral, or pernicious in^reriient whateverbag so Jong been in general use, and an appendage to the fashionable toilet that it is unnecessary to, ofier any further recommendation in favour of it. In boxes, at 2<. 9d. Cossgreve's ls»provecl Scotliteg S yjfUpâThis remedy possesses superior advantages in counter-acting the dreadful .-fleets arising from painful dentition. *If is introduced at the lowest possible price bv the proprietor, for the purpose of placing it within the reach of all classes. In bottles at Is. Hd. and 2s. 9d. Butler's improved Oafly 's JE-lizir-I fl;s Preparation (made with the finest brandy) will be foutod much superior to-;any other. In half-pint IJoitles at 2s. 9d. Buspini's De!ntifrice and Tiricf tareâFor beautifying and preserving the Teeth, and Gums and fastening those Teel h that are loose. It* Boxes and Bottles at 4s. 6d. Butler's Cayenne JjoasestgesâFor Habitual Sore Throats, Horsenessr Relaxation of the U villa, &c. also a-refreshing sti mulous in Fatigue, t teld Sports, &c. In Boies, at 2s. and 4?. 6,1. Tovvelir*i S;Pliation ofCa,tKXpSYOE"âABetegtmt preparation of Atie of the best Medicines of the whole Materia Medica fty which pure Camphor may be given ifl the fluij form.of a Draught or Julep. It thus oroduces. iT Bo""r»Tir6r. c°" -4 cru- «"â¦Â»wUb e,r"' Butler's Cairdiac Tincture of Turkey Hhul;arb âA warm and pleasant Laxa- ative, adapted to Goutv Constitutions, and recommended in the Winter Season, to all delicate person* in nreference to Saline Aperients Uisalso a most valuable medicine for those complaints of the Bowels so prevalent during the Summer and Autumn. In Bott les at 2s. 9d. »nd and 4s. 6d. Dr. Jasases's; Fever PowderâIs universally approved by the Profession and the Public, and is administered with equal success in Fever, inflammatory Diseases, Weasels, Pleurisy Sore Throats Rhrn^n.L⢠When given in Colds, Catarrhs, &c. it is generally found to check Uieir prog^e^ or sh^te/nLTr dS 2s. 6d. and 24s. ⢠AdUCL f Butler's Ct^rated Kali, or Hienaoiiade Po^BrderâRecommended as a most nsefnl article in the sick Chamber, for checking Vomiting and removing Sickness of the Stomach. It is found materially to allav the heat and thirst at8ending Fever and Inflammatory disease. In bottles at 2s. 9d. and 4s 6d. a,iy Marshall's Universal Cerate-An excellent remedy for Chilblains, Scalds, Burns, Wounds. Sores, and Ulcers of < very denomination, especially sore Ulcerated Lez-. In Boxes, Is. I ci. ind 2s. 9d. Perry S Esfiiess.ce for Tootll. and Ear-Ache-ii-,Is been found of such extreme service in relieving 'I'ooth and £ :ar-Aclie that it has been commented upon most favourably in several Medical Journal. it affords instantaneous relief, sind generally prevents any recurrence of pain. In Bottles, at Is and 2s "d Butler's Isaapsroved Issue PlaisterS-Tliese Plaisters will oe found superior to any others; it is particularly requested that Purchasers will he careful in inquiring for" Butler's Issue Plabtns," In Boxe at Is. ToWer's ]Fluid Extract of Bark-In the Fluid Extract of Bark are comhined the fine and essential qualities of the purest Peruvian Bark, viz the Quinine, Cinchonine. and valuable astringent principle- in IL InBou'leTnt S 9<l 'ead'eSt mea,,sof preparing Bark Draughts of any strength with the Inmost facility'. Norris's Brunswick Cprn-]Plaister-Is generally admitted to be one of the best emolien t applications for Corns and Bunions, and is worthy of a trial on the part of those who are afflicted with such ur-j'easaot Complain is. In Boxes, at Is. IJd. Butler's Cajeput OpodeldocâCajeput Oil, which is the basis of this Opodeldoc, has bep>i Ions highly esteemed in the Continent as a remedy for Chronic Rheumatism. Spasmodic Affections, Palsy, Stiffness and En- of the Joint5t_Sprainii, Urnises, and Deafoess; it is also an efficacious application for unbroken Chilblains In Bottles at Is. l £ d. nnd 2s. yfl, Uicl5.HSaa.ra's Pills for Gravel, Stone, &c.-Tliis Medicine has been long approved for the relief of Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder which are attended with the formation of Cirtvoi, Calculus and those pains of the Back and Loins wtircli accompany iheje affcct.ons and are found to succeed when mo.-t remedies of the kind have altogether failed. In Boxes, at 2<. 9d., and lis. u Butler's Compound Essence of ClubebS-Tiii-c, Preparation is recommended for those af- fections arising from diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Sic., and that class of Diseases generally in which th* .,SP nf r.. bebs has been found so serviceable. In Bottles, at 4s. 6;iâ Ss. 6d., and 20s. generanj in wnicii tne use of Cu- Ruspisu's Styptie-Ti,e merits of this Styptic ate confined merely to the checking of externa, Hte-ior rhages; it possesses also the salutary power of healing so that whether it be applied for bleedings at the nose ellV^nn of blood from internal causes, or amputation, will be found extremely valuable. In Bottles at 4s. 6d Fotlaergill's Tonic pilIS-applicable to the Female Constitution, and recommended as a safe and effectual remedy for strengthening the System-also for produciug regularity of action in those functions which" are im- paired by debility. &c. In Boxes, Is. 1 id. and 2s. 9d. uicuu- Butler's Quinine liozenges, for relieving Heartburn, Flatulence, Indigestion, Nausea Loss of Appetite, Waterbrash, &c. and giving Tone to the Stomach. In Boxes, at 2s. and 4s. 6d. James's Analeptic Pills-are an excellent alterative in Chronic Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels, and are applicable to Bilious and Dispeplic affections Gout, ftc. They are mild in their operation and rrq It i ru no restraint or confinement during the use ot them. In Boxes, at 2s.9d., 4s. 6d., and 24s. Cong reve's Balsamic ElixirâExperience has incontestibly proved the efficacy of this Medi cine in allcasesof Colds, Coughs, and Asthmatic Affections. It very shortly relieves a recent Cold, and a few doses aw generally sufficient to remove those which neglect has reodered more confirmed and obstinate, in Bottles at K lid anS 2s. 9d. a â¢Â» Butler's Stomacllic and Digestive Candy-A pleasant Aromatic Stomachic and pow- eiful Digektive. It will be tound most serviceable in those affections originating in an impaired. Digestion and also an agreeable gentle Aperient for Children. 1» Boxes, 2s. and 4s. 6J. diit ait Fothergill's Nervous DropS-are much used by those who are afflicted with Nervous Affections; such as Lowness of Spirits, Fainting Fits, Hysterical and Spasmodic Diseases, Debility, and Relaxation of the Systeni, and are highly extolled by those who havehad recourse to them. In Bottles, at 4s. 6d., 1 Is., and 22s. Butler's Balsassiic Ziozeng'esâThese Lozenges are used in recent Coughs, Hoarseness, &c. and f°r^|jnilerinS 4'ie Voice Clear and Flexible, and protect its organs from the effects of exertion. In Boxes, Is. l £ d. and Dalby's Cairminativei or Infant's PreservativeâFor preventing and removing Ihose disorders of ihe Stomach and Bowels, to which Child.rien are liable, such as griping pnins, convulsions. Flatulency Acidity, looseness of Ihe bowels, and the distressing s> mptoms which attend (he period of Teething. In BottJesal Is. 9d Butler's Pectoral ElixirâStrongly recommended ill Colds, Habitual Coughs, Asthmatic Affcc-* tio,i), &e. In Bottles, at Is. 1 Jd., and 2s. 9d. ToVETer 's Tonic Pills-These Stomachic Aperient Pills have for many years received the most decisive marks of public approval. They are expressly designed lo Testore the tone and energy of the Digestive Organs and t.o rfm £ !je n j {Vorrect-Indigestion, a bad and defective A ppetite, Depression of Spirits, Drowsiness^ &c. in Boxes'. 2s 9d 4s. ud.» and lis, Butler's Paregoric Cougll PilIs-Recommenned for the relief of Chronic Cough, difficulty of Breathing, Asthmatic and Consumptive affections; they are more especially adapted to allav the Cough which so fre- quently^ occurs ^luring the night, and depriventhe Patient of sleep In Boxes, ai Is. J £ d., and 2s. 9d. Griffin's Asthmatic TinctUJre for Coughs, Colds, Asthmatic Affections, &c. In Bottles at is. lid. Butler's Fruit Iozeneer-T hese Lozenges made piincipally from black Currants and Tamarinds for Inflammatory Sore Throat, Hoarsene»s,&c. In Boxes, at Is. 1 id., and 2s. 91, Freentlans Batiling- SpiritS-For Sprains, Bruises, <Src. In Bottles at is. Tlie above Medicines, when Gemmne, will liare BUTLER, .CH^.P- ^IPE mgramd on the Government StampattacJtetl to each Package. 1' '"I

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