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"'r BANGOR HUNT. WILL commence on Tuesday evening, j the fwenty-eighth inst, The Harriers throw off Wednesday at 9 â¢'clock in the Pentir Cover. Bails on Thursday, and Frihty evening, Ordinaries as «s.uaI. JOHN JONES, Comptroller â Brjjnhir, Nov. fitlt 1309. WANTED, A R EXPECTABLE YOtTf H of goo4 oeetic.s, as au APPRENTICE to 0:e ?.iii-n an! SVol'en Drapery bTi'siness, in the to .<; Carnarvon, as he will he treated as one of t.be fartiFIy, am! every attention used, a premium will be expected. I Ell- A genteel family ma), be aefcoimnodated ivitit. handsome and commodious Lodpintrs, fur- nished or unfurnished, situate in the most plea- saiit part of the above town.âFor farther per ticulars, apply (if by letter post paid) at the office of this paper. Jfynydd, MtftilhOy Varvfadrynt and k hosddu Inclosure. Willi 11EAS Walter Jones of Corwen, in the county o&wMerioneth, Gentleman W the county o&wMerioneth, Gentleman (the Commissioner appointed by virtue of an Act of Parliament, made and passed in the 48th year of the Reijcn or the present Kins, for setting out, dividing, an 1 alloting the said Commons and "waste Lands) hath declined to act as Commis- sioner as aforesaid I the undersigned, heing pro- prietor of Lands and Grounds, interested in the laclosure of the said Commons and waste Lauds, D9 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, ^hat a Meeting of the said proprietors of Lands interested in the aforesaid Inclosure, will beheld at the Crown and Anchor, in the town of Pwllheli, in the said county, on Saturday, the second day of December next, for the purpose of appointing a Commissioner in the room of the said Waiter Joncs to carry the said Act into execution, dated this 14th day of November, 1809. T. P. JONES PAHHY. t i NEW STATE LOTTERY. To be Drawn in One Day, ,14th FEBRUARY, 1810.. K '*T « SCHEME. 4 ^20,0(10. i.S.. ^80,000- ⢠4 5,000 20,000 is 1,000 ) -¿.oao m 500 10,(M) 20 100 2,000 41 -60 2,200 « S. 900 -Jllf 72,000 5,000 X200,000 This Lottery is uponthetame Plan as the last it consists of only 6,000 Numbers (from I lo 5,000 inclusive); but there are Four Tickets of each Number, which will be severally emitted to whaf- ever Prize is drawn against such Number for' instance, if No. I should be drawn a Prize »>4 ;E20,000, the Fonr Tickets of that Number will UAC,IL be entitled to =620,000, making, ia the whole, xso,wo. *#* Shares will be entitled to their Proportion. TICKETS and SHARES 1 ARE ON SALE AT ALL THE OFFICES. Anglesey Agricultural Sociciy. AT an adjourned General Meeting of the Society, held at Beaumaris, oil Saturday, Hth November, 1809, HOLLAND GRIFFITH, Esq. ifl the Chair, -I- ZThe following Iiulas and Orders were agreed upon. 1;" THAT there shall be Two General Meetings r tbe Society held every year; the urst at Llan- on the 1st day of May, and the second at i^aumaris, on the 4th day of the Autumn Great oessiong. â 11. That a considerable part of the Funds of the SOCiety be upptied towards procuring models VI the uiost approved Implements' of Husbandry, «o be deposited at Llaugel'ui for the inspection of *he couiurj, III. Thata.,list of premiums for the encou- ragement of excellence in the various branches â ?» husbandry, be fixed on at the Autumn Meet- ]jig$ ror the year following. IV. That the premiums offered by the Society Snail extend to the whole of, and be confined to Ule couaty of Anglesey- That BO «ew rujes be made, nor the.for-' *»er ones altered, but at the General Meeting in A *mo> and not then unless nine Members be present, T!at tbe Annual Subscription pf any sum not le&s than Ollt,\ Guinea shall entitle a person (0 bea -V I I. That n6,Premium be given to any non- Subscnbtng Freeholder worth £60 per annum, Rr L° ,'he t^fUt f,f stmh non-subscribing freeholder, unless the tenant be totmsell a Mern- VUI. The Society reserve to themselves a tS/r' t £ > W,Ihbf1!i Ty PreQ'ium entirely, if appears not to be sufficient merit in the °r t0 give such part only oS uay premk,m ine Candidates shall appear to deserve. X. That a Committee of Gentlemen be ap. »erf|ted annually, by ballot, at the Autumn Gc- etaf Meeting, for the purpose of examining f[)e ther*15 throughout the county, anfi reporting pre 4:011 at the General Meetings, at which tiie JQtuinS are to 'he.awarded. tjj' That in cases where a ballot is directed, if QJJ- 0unaber of black balls amount to one-fourth e ttuiubgr of IVleaibers present, the iiugstiou QJJ- 0unaber of black balls amount to one-fourth e ulubr of IVleaibers present, the iiugstiou sliall 'be considered as negatived, AU other I questions arc ?o be decided by.a niajorify of the i Members present. The Presidcnl to have only a casting vote. for 1:ti., year be ai)!,biiite,i U., [.(er of theni, aCIWirman rM the day to be appointed by ;a iiiajority of the Members present. ⢠X5.1. That the annual 13!)9, shall be paid i^ito fheTreasurer's hasuls on or before the 1st day f>f March, lölO, and so-in car. ,XUI. 'i^at -any person who obtains ore-linm t\r his farm in ,¡)(, besl s¡¡lc or cuJt)va- t!°n, sfS'a'il not he entitled to ciaim *!»at premium jajrain, and that any person who ob'ains any'oiher r preiuiiini from the Society, -,Iii!l not he entitled [ to claim a similar premium in less than two years. XIV. That the Secretary.do adjourn all Meei- ings, unless five Members are present at twelve 0 clock on tbe day of Meeting, at which hour pre- cisely the business is to begin. XV. The Society having for its object the promotion of a general spirit of improvement in agriculture in the county, and being particularly promotion of a general spirit of improvement in agriculture in the county, and beiii, particularly desirous of encouraging tenants and farmers, have il'e"('I,'ed that thc"c shall ht' ä class of premiums which shall be given only to tenants holding small farms. XV T. And that in all cases, if the same pre- mium i.? claimed by a tenant and by a person (arming his own land, if the merit appears to be equal, the tenant sfiiii he preferred. It being impossible in the present year to coni- ply with rule 9th, the following gentlemen, or any three of them, have been requested to act as a Committee for examining claims for premiums, until the next Autumn Meeting, viz. Hugh of H(,¡¡flla", [<;q. William Price of Werti, Esq. Mr. Henry Hughes of Pias Penmyuydd, Mr. John Rowland of Tyfry, Mr. John Williams of Lledwigau. A.. SUBSCRIBERS. Z- d. Bulkeley The Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount warren 20 0 0 â¢Ciawley, -Admiral { 10 i)raid, The Society. 5 5 0 'Evans Hugh, Esq. Henblas 3 s 0 ,.dwarlÃs Richard, Esq. Ndnhor¿m. 1 I 0 tv.lwards Mr. Gridith, Bodafoo 1 I 0 Edwards Mr. Howlaiid, Bodneithio. 1 1 0 Evans Rev. Thomas, Trego f. 2 2 0 iEvans John, Esq..Carnarvon, 1 0 Griffith Holland, Esq. Canegtwyd. 7 7 0 'irffith Rev. Richard, D. D. Beaumaris' 2 2 0 TriSSVth Mr. William, I Jyigefni 110 Hughes Rev, Henry, Llangefni g 2 0 (Hughes Mr. Tlenrj, Plas Peninynydd. 2 2 0 dliighes M. Robt. Penrhyn Llanfwr,-g 11 0 Jones Mr. Richard, Trewyn. 2 2 0 Jones R'W- Uumphriiy, Llanfaethlu. J. 1 0 Jones Mi?. Owen,, tdigwy I l 0 Jones Mr. Michael, Lligwy r 1 (I Lloyd Richard, Esq. Rbosbeirio I L 0 Lloyd Rev. Kvan, Maes y portb 3 3 0- Meyrick William, Esq. Ti,ecayan 1 1 0 Owen Rev. Tho: Ellis, LlandylVydog.. 2 2 0 Owen Rev. Thomas, I 1 0 Paget The Hon. Berkley, M. P. 12 12 0 Price John, Esq. Mona Lodge. 3 3 0 Poole Owen Anthonv, Esq. 3 3 0 Parry Jones P. Thomas Esq. Madrvn 3 3 0- :Pr;ce William, Esq. Vv ein 220 Poolo William, Price Ksq.f Secretary) 2 2 0 Rowlands Mr..John, Tyfry 2 2 0 Roose Mr. Stephen, Amlwch 2 2 0 Rowlands Rev Henry, Piasgwyn. 3 3 0 Roberts Mr. Owen, Bwlan 1 1 0 Roberts Mrs. Trefrew l l 0 flof)erts Re% Williaii), Tygwyn 3 3 0 Sparrow J. |J, |,SI). R,.(lhiU. 3 3 0 Uxbridge The Rt. Hon. The Earl of.. 21 0 0 Williams Rev. John, Treffos 3 8 0 Williams Rowland, Esq. Beaumaris.. 3 3 0 Williams Rev. Richard, Bodafon. 2 2 0 }J^n!le 'lu £ h> Esq, Bryngo'a 2 2 0 illiains John, Esq. Tre;aruedd. 2 2 0 Williams Rev. Evan, CM e Ion 2 52 0 Williams Mr. John, Lledwigau 2 2 0 Williams Mr. William, Bodafon. 1 I 0 Williams Mr. Rohert, Pen I re-ri,.ncH.. 1 ) 0 Williams William, Esq Llangwstenir. 11 o Williams Mr, VViitiam Grififth, C<efn Cwmwd 1 1 0 Wjitiams Mr. Hugh, Treban. 1 i 0 Books for receiving Subscriptions, will imme- diately be opened at the Carnarvon Bank, at the Towll Cleric's Office at Beaumaris, with John Price, Esq. Mqna Lodge, the Rev. William Lloyd, Holyhead, Mr. James Fisher, Llanerch- ymedd, and Mr. William. P. Poole, the Secre- tary and Treasurer of the Society at Pencraig Signed," HOLLAND GRIFFITH, Chairman. Resolved, That the thanks of the Meeting he given to Holland Grifiithj Esq. for his conduct in the Cbair. '%V. P. PPOLE, Secretary. Anglesey Agricultural Society, i ,a-, At an adjourned Meeting of the Anglesca Agri- cultural Society, held at Beaumaris, ou the litii day of November 1809, HOLLAND GRIFFITH, Esq. J, in the Chair. t, ft teas resolved, That the following Premiums be distributed by the Society for the current year, ending at the Autumn Meeting, 1810. CLASS 1. Premiums to owners of land, who are also occupiers and tenants. Premium 1. To the person who shali make and report to the Society at the Autumn Meeting in 1S10, the most satisfactory experiments to as. certain the advantages of Summer-soiling horses, cattle, hogs or sheep with green food compared with feeding the same in the common manner, a Premium of Five Guineas. The account must specify the number of beasts fed, and soiled, theeSectonsuchstof-Jt; thequan- tity of food eaten, and of the land led, witu the quantity of litter used; and the qutuitity.and va- lue of tte, duflg made* -c- Premium 2, To the person who shall since the establishment of this Society, have made the greatest improvements on his farm, and sli;ill have it, ail circumstances considered, in the best j and most complete order as to buildings, fences, drains, farm-yard, &c. such farm not being less than 50 acres, a Premium of Five Guineas. Persons intending to claim Premium 2d are to send notice thereof in writmg to the Secretary, on or before the 1st day of June, 1810. Premium 3. To the person wtio *halt inclose and improve in the best and most effectual man- ner the greatest qnantity of waste awl unculti- vated land,mot-being, less thtift. 10 afcres* .Eive Guineas. â¢premium 4. The like Premium, the quantity not beiug less than 5 acres, Three Guineas. Premium 5 The person who shall drain in the best and most effectual manner with stones or pipes 'he'greatest quantity of land, not being less than 6 acres, Five Guineas. Premium 6. The like Premium, the quantity not being less than 3 acres, Three Guineas. Premium 7. To the person who shall improve the greatest quantity of meadow and pasture laid, not usually overflowed in time of flood, by throwing wafer over it in the m^st equal and ju- dicious manner, the quantify of land improved not being less than 5 acres, Five Guineas. Premium 8. The like Premium, the quantity not being less than 3 acres, Three Guineas. Premium 9. To the person who shall plant after the most approved manner, and preserve in the best condition the greatest quantity of white- thorn or holly hedges, not bei>ig less than 15 roods, Five Guineas. Premium 10. The like Premium, the quantity not being less than 10 roods, Three Guineas. These Premiums are not to be claimed till two years have expired from the time of planting. Premium i I. To the person who shall raise and consume on his farm the best crop of Winter Vetches, the quantity not being less than 3 a;:res, Five Guineas. Premium 12. The like Premium, the quantity not being less than I acre, Three Guineas. Persons intending to claim any of the Premi- ums, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, are to send notice thereof in writing to the Secretary, Oil or before the 25th day of March, isjo. Premium. iS. To the person who shall raise and consume on his farm the best crop of Swe- dish Turnips, the quantity uot being less than 5 acres, Five Guineas. Premium 14.. The like Premium, the Quantity not being less than Two Acresâ3 Guineas. Premium 15. To the Person who shall raise and consume ori bis Farm, the best crop of any kind of Turnips, the Quantify not being less than 5 acres, Four Guineas. Premium 16. The like Premium, fhe Quantify not being less than two acres, 't wo Guineas. Premium 17. To the Person who shall con. I same in his Farm-yard the best crop of Cabbages -the Quanfity not being less than two acres, Five Guineas. Premium Ik The like Premium, the Quantity not being less than one acre, Three Guineas. Premium 19. Tbe like Premium, the Quantity not, being less than half an acre, Two Guineas. Persons intending to claim any of the Premi- ums for Turnips or Cabbages, are to send notice thereof in writing to the Secretary, on or before the 1st day of December 1S09. Premium 20. To the Person who shall raise and consume on his Farm the best crop of Spring Vetches, the Quantity not being less than three acres, Five Guineas. Premium 21. The like Premium, the Quantity no! being less than one acre, Three Guineas. Premium 22. To the Person who shall Iv down the greatest quantity of land with wdiite clover or grass seeds for Hay and Pasture, it) the best maimer and the cleanest from weeds, the quantify not being less UKIA 10 acres, Five Guineas. Premium 23. The like Premium, the quantity not being less than iive acres, Two Guineas. Persons intending to claim any of the Premi- ums, No. 20, 21, 22, 2.3, are to send notice thereof in writing to the Secretary, oil or before the 1st day of June, 1810. CLASS II. Premiums to Tenants holding Farms not exceed- ing fifty-acres. These premiums may be claimed by any te- nant at Rack rent, holding his Farm as tenant at will, or for any term not exceeding three lives or twenty-one years, provided the same shalluot exceed 50 acres. Premium 1. To the tenant who shall have his Farm in the best general state Of cultivation, and in the neatest and most exact order, as to fences, drains, Farm-yard, cleanliness from weeds, 8:.c. Such farm not exceeding fifty-acres, Five Guineas. Premium2. Thelike Premium, the farm not exceeding thirty acres, Three Guineas. Premium 3. The like Premium, the fartn not exceeding twenty acres, Two Guineas. In awarding these premiums, the preference will be given to Farmers who raise Turnips, Vetelies, or Cabbages. Premium 4. To the tenant who shfíIl lay down the greatest quantity of land with wfyite clover or grass seeds for Hay and Pasture, in file bestnaii- ner and thedeancst from weeds, the quantity not being less than five acres, Three Guineas. Persons intending to claim either of these pre- miums, are to send notice thereof hi writing to the Secretary qn or before the I st day of June, 1810. Premium 5. To the tenant who shall make on his farm the greaiest quantity of good manure, arising from the farming-stock, and shall there- with covei- iii air approved manner the greatest, number of acres in proportion to his farm, Five Guineas. Premium 6. To the tenant who shall drain in the most effectual manner with stones or pipes, the greatest quantity ot land, not being less than two acres, Three Guineas. Persons intending to claim these premiums are to send notice thereof in writing to the Secretary, oil or before the 25th day of March 1810. 'Premium'7. To the tenant who shall raise and consume on his Farm the best crop of Turnips, thequantity not beiug less than two acres, Three Guineas. Persnns intending to claim this premium, to sctH notice thereof to the Secretary, ou or before he 1st day of Decembe E 09. W. P. POOLE, Secretary. WANTED, AN APPRENTICE to a Surgeon, in the Town of Liverpool. The opportunity of attending the Public Infirmary will be no incon- siderable advantage. A premium will be expect- ed. For further particulars apply (if by letter, post paid) to the printer of this paper. WANTED, TWO DRAUGHT HORSES, from 14 to _&. 15 hands high, about 3 or 4 years-old mii.&t be very good drawers, and a good price will be givem. Apply, (if by ieter, post paid) to Mr. WM. JONES, Court Cricceth, Carnarvonshire. N B. Preference wil be given to the Denbigh- shire breed. ANGLESEY. TO BE SOLD BY PRI V ATE TREATY, Altogether or in Lots, discharged front the Land-tax. PUYS OWEN, walled and divided into Grass Parks, and the Farm called Prys Owen nach, containing in the whole 170 Acrcs, situate near Llanerchymedd, as the same are now in the occupation of WILLI AM WILLIAMS, and oThers. N. B. The above wiJI be sold at a price to yield the pnrchaser at least 4 per Cent for his Purchase money. Possession may be had this All-Saints. Apply to Mr. PRICH AR1), Attorney, Llwy- ddiart Esgob, Anglesea, or to Mr. It. OWEN, J Land-Surveyor.

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