ARRIVALS. At the Belle Vue Royal HotelâMr. Gibson Craig, M. P. and Mrs. Gibson Craig; Mr. William Clay, M. P. and Mrs. William Clay Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liams Mr. and Mrs. Evans; Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Mrs. and the Misses Parry de Winton Mr. Villebois, and Mrs. Bathurst; Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Green; The Rev. Mr. Williams; Mrs. Matcham, and Mr. Nelson Matcham; Mrs. Thwaytes; Miss Preeman Mr. F. Smith, and Mr. S. Smith; Mr. W. Hickes Beach Mr. Baumer Mr. Bonsall; Mr. B. Scute Jones Mr. William Langton Mr. Thomas Richards; Mr. Rawson Mr. Farquharson. At the Gogerddan Arms Hotel.-Generil Lowe and Family G. A. Wake, Esq. and Family Miss Russell; Mr. Roberts Mr. Lloyd Mr. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Newell; Mr. Olliver Mr. Davy Mr. B. Jones; Mr. and Mrs. James and Family Mr. Reece; Mr. Griffiths; Dr. Jarvis; Mr. Owens, and Mr. Owens, Jun.; Mr. Russell; Mr. Jenkinson; Mrs. Grove Mr. Jones Mr. E. G. Wright. At Private Residences Capt. and Mrs. Walters and Family at Wellington House; Miss Jones and Miss Brigstocke from Carmarthen Capt. Lucas, 44, Terrace; Mr. Russel Sen. 9, Terrace Mrs. and Miss Folliott, Gloucester House; Mrs. Riley, 44 Ter- race; Mr. White. 7, Terrace; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown, 52, Terrace; Miss Matthews, Rock House, Mr. Rope 1, Mount Pleasant Mrs. Cowell 13, Pier Street; Miss Astley, 12, Terrace Mr. Little- wood, Waterloo House Mr. Anderson, 52. Terrace Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Mason, 50, Terrace; Mrs. James, and party, 50 Terrace. At the Hafod Arms Hotel, Devil's Bridge Mr. W. Merriman; Mr. W. Hutchins Calcott; Mr. Con- yers Hudson; Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and Family; Mr. Williams Miss Wyllyames Miss Hughes Mr. Morgan; Mr. D. Wyllyames; Miss Lloyd; Misses S. and C. Lloyd; Miss Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Williams, and Miss Williams, Edinburgh; Mr. Jeliosaphat; Mrs. Simpson; Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs, Edwards The Misses Carrow Mr. Black- ers Mr. and Mrs. Cliff; Mr, Nicols; Miss Longdon; Miss Cliff; Mr. Grattan; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jon- son; Mr. and Mrs. Spencer; Miss Wakefield; Mr Watkin Edwards; Mr. Peters; Mr. and Mrs. R' Hankin Mr. and Mrs. G. Salter Mr. and Mrs. J Moxon; Mr. and Miss Atkinson Mr. and Mrs, Jackson Mr. J. Redwood; Mrs. Gibbins; Messrs. J. E. Cross, and N. I. Ridley Mrs. Whitelock and Family Mr. H. Lane; Mr. B. Whitelock; Miss Protheroe, and the Misses E. and J. Protheroe, and Lewis; Messrs. J. Thomas, and J. D. Lewis, and Dr. Protheroe; Mrs. and Miss Birds; Mr. W. Norton Mr. H. Brookes; Mr. W. Beddoes Mr. T. Griffiths; Mr. J. Price Mr. Slater Mr. Bather Capt. and Mrs. Foord; Mr. and Mrs. J. Whitby Miss Wright; Mr. and Mrs. F. Pearce, Miss C. Pearce, and Mr. F. Pearce, Jun. Mr. Mrs. and the Misses Carey, Guern- sey Mr. and Mrs. W. Bigg; Mr. R. Myhee; Hon. Fortescue Dawlish, Edinburgh Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson; Miss F. Tiny; Mr. T. Taylor; Mrs. and Miss E. Taylor; Major Coyle; Mr. W. Aston; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. R. M. Smith Mr. R. Thurse- burn and Family: Mr. and Mrs. Caulfield; Lieut. Minburn; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ackland; Miss and Miss E. Ackland; Miss Harrison; Mr. R. Mostyn Pryce; Mr. and Mrs. C. Rankin Miss Rankin Rev. J. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Long; Mr. J. S. F. Hill.
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ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF THE MAILS. Arrives at Departs Aberystwith The London Mail, via Shrewsbury 6 p. m. 8 a. m' The Cheltenham Mail, viaHereford 8 p. m. 6 a. m. The Carmarthen & South Wales 4J p. m. 9. a. m. 2 The delivery of Letters commences at 30 minutes after the arrival of the London Mail, and 20 minutes after the arrival of the other Mails. ABERYSTWITH TABLE OF DISTANCES. DISTANT FROM Miles. DISTANT FROM Miles. Aberaeron 16 London, by Birmingham 225 Devil's Bridge 12 London, by Worcester.. 207 Hafod 151 Machynlleth 18 Lampeter 271 Plinlimmon. 16 Lampeter, by Aberaeron 29 Rhayader, by Devilslgj Llanidloes, by Devils-i Bridge J Bridge J Rhayader, by new road 32 Llanidloes, by new road 28 Towyn, across the Dovey 15 London, by Ross. 210 Tregaron 18 ABERYSTWITH INFIRMARY. Patients admitted for the weekending 3rd day of Sep. 1840, Out Patients 3 Discharged In 1 In Patients 1 Out 6 Total on the Books 46 Out Patients 42 In Patients 4 Visitor for the week, J. Hughes, Esq Dr. Richard Williams, Physician, John Philipps Esq. Surgeon. H. Humphreys (Chemist) Secretary. TIDE TABLE. MOON'S AGE. Full, lltli Sep. 7h. 48m. afternoon. High Water at Aberystwith in the ensuing week. H. M.J H. M. Saturday, Sep. 5th 3. 17. Tuesday, Sep. 8th 5. 28. Sunday, Sep. 6th 4. 2. Wednesday Sep. 9th 6. 10. Monday, Sep. 7th 4. 45. Thursday, Sep. 10th 6. 50. H. M. Friday, Sep. llth 7. 30.
3bf)tj>pmg lIntelI tgenee. ABE RYSTWITII.-Arrived, The Sisters, Jenkins, from Liverpool, with general cargo Bee, Owens, from Chester, with bricks and earthenware Diligence, Humphreys, from Neath, with Culiii Eleanor, Davies, from Carnarvon, with slates; Catherine, Delahoyde; and Dolphin, Jones, from Newport, with Coals; Jane and Catherine, Jones, from Carnarvon; Luna, Williams, from Red Wharf; Nancy, Humphreys; and Resolution, Jones, from Milford, with lime stones. Sailed, The Lady of the Lake, Owens; and Ann and Mary, Williams, for the Isle of Man Castle, Jenkins, for Aberthaw; and Eleanor, Davies, for Carnarvon, in Ballast. Arrived, in the bay on the 29th of August, the Schooner Waterlilly, with 3 pieces of Fir Timber, picked up between Holyhead and Bardsey Island, supposed to be Timber shipped from the United States.
The British Tar, of Whitby, laden withfPitch Pine Timber and Deals, bound for Dublin, became a wreck on Arklow Bank, and broke up on Sunday the 16th ult. Her cargo being presumed to be drifting in the Channel, Lloyds have offered rewards for the recovery of thetimber, which bears the scribe of B. T. For any of this Timber which may be landed in the portof Aberystwith, Mr. Thomas Jones, Ropemaker, is, we understand, authorized to pay the reward offered.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1840. SEPTEMBER, the month pregnant with the fate of that beautiful species of the fluttering feathered tribe, the Partridge, has at length arrived and, although we hear from all quar- ters that there is no scarcity of birds in our neighbourhood, we confess we have not yet en- joyed the sight of any of them since they have been levelled and laid low: nevertheless, we heartily wish good shooting to our sporting friends, and hope their powder may prove straight enough to enable them to fill their game bags with many a brace. Hares, how- ever, not being considered exactly as legitimate objects for the fowling-piece, unless it is ad- mitted by long-prevailing custom that they have become so, we trust many of them may be spared for the enjoyment of those who love a Course, especially as we are favoured with so many splendid Coursing Meetings, throughout the season, so close at home. In this month, too, our rivers are abounding with Salmon and Sewin "fresh from the sea," affording plenty of sport to the fly-fisher, who, if he make his selection of flies in accordance with the wea- ther and water, cannot avoid filling his Criel. While these pleasures are occupying their re- spective votaries, we find much gratification in discussing matters more solid, perhaps, though less exciting; and in contemplating the nu- merous improvements and additions which we hope will, ere long, be effected in our highly- favored Town, we rejoice that the interests of our neighbours are not likely to be lost sight of, any more than the attractions for our vi- sitors. We have been frequently obliged to hear complaints, long and loud, of the serious inconvenience sustained by professional men, jurors, and witnesses, in their being compelled to travel to the Assizes at Cardigan, twice a