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CARDIGANSHIRE. IMPORTAIT SALE OF Pure Bred Ayrshire & Highland Scotch CATTIE, CHEVIOT AND SCOTCH SHEEP, MOUISTAIS POMES, &C. AT HAFOD. MR. GEORGE GOODE BEGS respectfullytoanllounce that he has been honoured JJ with instructions by HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE, TO SUBMIT FOR PUBLIC SALE, AND that he whi, On Thursday, the 8th day ot October, 1840, gell fog &uctton, at the above place, the valuable stock of Ayrshire and High- land Scotch Cattle, pure bred Cheviot and Scotch Sheep, Ponies, &c.&c. the Property of His Grace, which, in con- sequence of his having Let two of his extensive Demesne Farms, is ordered for Sale. The Stock consists of upwards of Fifty pure bred Ayrshire and Highland Scotch Cattle, several Hundred high bred Cheviot and Scotch Sheep, also, a considerable number of beautiful and high bred Hill Ponies, &c. &c. Mr. GEORGE GOODE, in calling the attention of Gentle- men, Farmers, Graziers, and others, to this very important Sale, begs to state that these valuable and highly bred Cattle have, at a great expence, been selected from the first blood in Scotland, and are allowed to be larger and far superior in beauty and quality to any that have yet been introduced into this Country. The Cheviot and Scotch Sheep are from the Flocks of the best Breeders in the Highlands, and will pre. sent a rare opportunity to Breeders of possessing themselves of the best description of Sheep, calculated for the Mountains in Wales: the Ponies are exceedingly well bred, handsome, and possessing superior symmetry and action. Mr. George Goode, in submitting this short and imperfect description of the different animals which are to be Sold at this Sale, ;1 which are so greatly appreciated and admired by all that have seen them, considers any lengthened comment from him quite unnecessary, as he is well assured that the high cha- racter and deserved celebrity of the Breed will command a numerous and respectable attendance of Gentlemen, who will be able, by having an opportunity of seeing the Stock, to form a better opinion than from any description he is ablt to give. The Sale tcill commence at Eleven o'Clock.â?redi will be given on approved Security. Croft Cottage, near Carmarthen, September 7th, 1840. CARDIGANSHIRE. HAFOD SAILE. The Sale of the Ayrshire and Scotch Cattle, Cheviot Sheep, Ponies, qc. the property of His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, which are advertised to be Sold by Auction, at Ilafod, on the 7th day of October next, is, in consequence of a large Fair being held on that day at Lledrod, near Hafod, put off until the following day, Thursday, the 8th of October, when the whole will be Sold. GEORGE GOODE. SOCIETY For the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. A 0 H W WILL be preached at St. Michael's, on Sunday the 27th instant, by the Rev. Professor Jones, of St. David's College Lampeter, in aid of the funds of the above Society. Divine Service will commence at eleven o'clock. A Collection trill be made at the dnors after the Sermon- September 18th, 1840. "USEFUL KNO"W:LEDGE." It must be within every oiie's experience how much good cookery improves the flavour of food, and how it renders that palatable and even relishing, which otherwise would have been unfit for use. But many private families have not always the conveniences and sometimes not the skill to enable them to bestow upon their food that flavour which is so necessary to its easy digestion. There has therefore been long wanting some condiment that would communicate to it that relish in a summary manner, and which would possess the advantage of being accessible to all classes, whether skilled or unskilled in the mysteries of the "cltiain e." This is accomplished by Cole's celebrated Gwyniiel Sauce-the success of which has been unprecedented. It imparts a most delicious relish to all kinds of Fish, Game, Cold Meat, Broils, Steaks, Soups, Hashes, &c.-a relish which some of the most eminent culinary ar tistes of the French school confess themselves incapable of rivalling. But as a trial is the best test of truth, families are respectfully requested to lose no time in giving it a trial, when they will find. its virtues even greater than here anticipated. Sold Wholesale and Retail, in half-pint Bottles, Is. 6d. & 4s. each, by the Proprietor, J. COM, PIER. STREET, ABERYSTWITH, Where also may be had Pickles and Fish Sauces of every description. Fruits and Spices Hair, nail, & tooth brushes Orange Marmalade Farina's Eau de Cologne Preserved Ginger Essence Verbena Red Currant Jelly Dinneford's condenced solu- French Mustard tion of Magnesia Wax and Sperm Candles Gold and Silvei- cap'd Smell- Fine Sperm Oil ing bottles Cocoa and Chocolate Essence of Ginger Fine Teas Ginger and Cowslip Wine Mahogany medicine-chests, Camphorated tooth powder of various kinds Havannah Cigars. N. B. Cole's celebrated Gwynne Sauce is sold by all res- pectable Druggists, Grocers, and Italian Warehouses in the Kingdom. Belle Yuc Iftxigal ffinteI, ABERYSTWITH. CHARLES MARSHALIJ, BEGS respectfully to inform his Friends, and those JD Noblemen and Gentlemen who have so kindly bestowed their patronage on him during the present season, that he has fixed his HOUSE-WARMING DINNER TO TAKE PLACE On WEDNESDAY, the 28th of OCTOBER next, when the honour of their company will be esteemed a favour. Dinner on the Table at Four o'Clock. Dinner Tickets, including Wine and Dessert, £1 1 0 each. Aberystwith, Marine Terrace. CAPITAL LODGING HOUSE. o be joliJ tip Auction, BY MR. EDWARD WILLIAMS, at the Belle Vue Hotel, Aberystwith, On Monday, the 5th day of October next, Between the hoci s of S and a o'clock in the nftenH}" sub- ject to suV.ii ni; ii s as shall be then and there read, (if not in the mean tine disposed of by Private Contract,) that very superior LODGING HOUSE, called the ALBION NOVSE, With th Gardea and Premises thereunto belonging, situate in the centre of the Marine Terrace, The house is held un- der a Leascfrom the Corporation, for a term, 75 years of which now remain unexpired, subject to a nominal Ground Rent only. It stands on the best part of the Terrace, and contains a large airy Kitchen, Servants' Hall, Butler's Pantry, Housekeeper's Room, Scullery, 2 large Closets, Wine Cellar, Coal-House, and other Offices in the Area; also a good second Kitchen, with 2 Servants' Bedrooms above, at the back thereof;, I large Parlour in front, a Bed- room in the back, and a spacious Hall, on the Ground Floor; I Dining-Room, 1 Drawing too and I best Bedroom, on the First Floor; 3 superior Bedrooms on the Second Floor; 4 very excellent Bedrooms in the Attic, and has conveniences belonging to it, ilich few other Houses possess. For further particulars apply to Messrs. John and Hugh Hughes, Solicitors, Aberystwith. September 16th, 1840. BOOK BINDING^ J. Cox, PRINTER, BOOKSELLER, & STATIONER, BEGS to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has engaged an additional Bookbinder and that he will now be able to execute promptly, any orders he may be favored with, in the most finished and elegant styles of binding. J. C. also begs to add that he has just received a fresh supply of PAPER HANGINGS, of the most fashionable and elegant designs, from Id per yard of the most splendid patterns in flock and gold, carved oak, &c. &c. from some of the first houses in London. 30, Pier Street, Aberystwith, M fi.6: ,¡ 25th September, 1840. f