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WANTED, In an Attorney's Office, as Copying Citric, A YOUNG MAN, who writes a good hand he will be boarded and lodged in the house- Apply to Mr. JONES, Solicitor, Llanrwst, Denbighshire. N. B. The age not to exceed twenty. DAY & MARTIN, EEC. leave to acquaint the Public, that by attending to the following particulars they "will avoid being taken in by the vile Composi- tions tIt..are offered as the genuine BLACKING prepared by them at 97, HIGH-HOLBORN, Lon- don. After the word BLACKING in the first, line of the Labels the Counterfeits have a small (as) some have the same before the word MAt) b in the next line, and others put a small (nr) im- mediately before the Number 97. Purchasers should observe that the whole Address is clear arid distinct. SOLD DY J. RASBROOK, Bangor. II. STOD I) A RT, St. Asaph. E. THOMAS. Llanerchyrnedd. WILLIAMS, and ) rarnarvon. ROBT. THOMAS i Cdrliarv Price Is. Od. a Bottle. Valuable Coal Mines in Anglesey TO BE LET ON LEASE, AND ENTERED UPON IMMEDIATELY. rgpHESE Mines are most advantageously si Jt tuated for exporting Coals to many jmrts of the coast of England, and of North and South Wales, and many parts of the coast of Ireland, as well as for supplying an extensive inland dis- trict, now furnished with coals imported from distant places. Three seams of the coals have already been opened, and an Act of Parliament has buen ob- tained for making a railway for (he conveyance ,of,ilic coals to all adjoining sea-port. For further information apply to Messrs J. and W. LOWE, of the Temple, London; Messrs. POOLE, at Carnarvon, or their Office at Pen- craig, Anglesey; T.JONES, Esq. Bryntiri«»n,near Bangor; Mr. C. J. HODSON, of Burton upon Trent, Staitordshire; or Mr. IV. W. BAILEY, Engineer, of Poleswoi th, near Tamworih, War- wickshire. ) ANGLESEY. I TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Bail's Head Inn, iu Llannerchymead, in the I county of Anglesey, un Wednesday, the \i3thday of Ma t, ISIS, between the hour. a,zd 5 in the afei norm, subject, to conditions then to ieproduc- ed, unless in the mean time disposed qf by private I contract, of which public notice will, be given, A LI, those the MESSUAGE, TENEMENT J4 LANDS, and HEREDITAMENTS, situ- iile ly iii, t and being in the parish of Llandyfrydog, in the said county of J\iI¡;lese}, called and known by the name of DLRRI ISSA, now in the occupa- tion of Griffith Hughes, of the yearly rent of J £ 80, containing more or less. The above Farm is inclosed by a ring fence, â¢stands in the most pleasant part of the said pa- rish of clog, commanding a the view of the sea, is »ithhi three miles of the market towns of Llannerchy medd and Ainlwch, and within one mile of lime and rich shelly sand.-There is also a river abounding with excellent trout, runuing Hirongh the greatest part of it. The Tenant will shew the premises, and for further particulars, apply at the Office of 1\1r. JDIIV Joxus, Solicitor, of Rating-Row, Beau- maris, where a Map of the Estate may be seen. ASGLESEV. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Bull s Head Inn, in the Town of Beauma- ris, on Saturday the 15th day of HI ay, 1813, iJäwccll the- hours of three and five o'clock, in tIlt afterlloon, subject to SItch conditions as shall be thin produced, (unless disposed of in the mean time by Private Contract, of which due notice will be given,) in the following Lots â LOT I. rjfUIAT Messuage Tenement and Lands, si- ..1 tuate lying and being in the parish of LlalJ- fioed, in the ctntniy of Anglesey, called Trosy- orse and the Lands thereto adjoining called Nanl, iieiini now in the possession of Air. John Lloyd. I.OT II. That Messuage Tenement and Lands, situate J; in- and heing in the said parish of Dangor-i), called lij'y ncochj now in the occupation of Ellin Roberts. LOT III. All that Messuage Tenements and Lands, situ- ate lying ami being in the said parish of Llangoed, called and known by the name of Cae-coed-cow- ydd, now in the occupation of Robert Roberts. LOT IV. All Dwelling-house, Blacksmith's-shop, Garden iÃd Field, situate lying and being in the parish of Llasigoed, now in the occupation of ilugh Thomas, Blacksmith. LOT Y. That Messuage Tenement and Lands, situate Tying and hein ill the parish of Tregwatchmai, in the said county, called Strydangoch, now in the occupation of Richard Williams. LOT VI. The undivided Moiety or equal half-part of that Messuage,Tenement and Lands, situate tying and being in the parish of LlangrisiJoins, iu the t>aid county, called Penrhosissa, now in the occupation of Hugh Roberts. LOT VII. And all those Fields, situate lying and being in the parish of Aber, in the county of Carnarvon, called Caeapeorailt, now in the occupation of William Roberts. All the before-mentioned premises are conve- niently situated for the carriage of lime and sand as manure, and are within a proper distance of good Market Towns, the Lands are in a high, slate of cultivation, and the Buildings thereto are in good repair. For further particulars apply to Mr. JOHN EVANS, Solicilar Carnarvon. BRITISH WINES, OF FE, RY SUPERIOR QUALITY. SUN RAISIN ELDER MALAGA TENT SMYRNA SHERRY FRONTINIAC CALCAVELLA ORANGE RED CURRANT RASPBERRY WHITE CURRANT CQWSLIP GOOSEBERRY London Bottled Porter, IN GREAT PERFECTION, For SALE, apply at EDWARDS'S VAULTS fIlESTER. CARNARVON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Royal Oak Inn, in the town of Carnarvon, on Satiti-day, the lb th day of May, 18! 3,between the hours of3 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of the same day, subject, to such conditions as shall be then and there produced, unless disposed of in the mean time by private contract, oj which due notice will be given. ALL Unit modern-lni'ilt and well-finished MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE, and extensive Premises thereunto belonging si- tuate in Castle street, in the town of Carnarvon aforesaid, and now in the occllpalioll of Mrs. Ro- berts an:1 Mr. Edward Griffith Roberts, as te- nants at will. This House is roomy and extensive, and from its situation (being in one of the principal streets iu Carnarvon) is well adapted either for the re- sidence of a genteel family, a lodging house, or éi shop. For further particulars, apply at Mr. GLYNNE GRIFFITH'S Office, in Carnarvon, Anglesey Leasehold Estate. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At Ty-mawr. in the Town of Amlwch, on Tuesday the Wth of iv(zy, 1813, between the hours of two and four in the afternoon, suldcct to conditions then to be produced, in the following or such other Lots, as shall be declared at the day of Sale, the following Estates, all situate in ifie Town and Neighbourhood of Amlwch, LOT I. rgTOREE DWELLING-HOUSES, and a JL piece ol Land, called King John's Estate, held under a Least; for three lives, at a nominal rent, and in the occupation of Thos. Jones, iklary Prichard and Elizabeth Williams, as Tenant's from year to year. LOT II. A Dwelling House near the Port of Amlwch, held under a Lease for one life, now iu the occu- pation of Air. Stiaiuei i'lowsati. 1101111. A Capita! well built House, with an excellent Garden adjoining, held under a Lease for three Lives and 21 concurrent, years, aitduotyi.) (he ho.ding of Mr. Joseph Jones. LOT IV. A capital well built House with two Stables, a Cow-house, ami an excellent walled Garden attached, together with a piece of excellent Land coniaining 12A. 3K. and 2l)p. or thereabouts, he the same more or less, held under two several Leases for three lives and 21 concurrent years, at small ground rents, and now subdivided and lei out to eight several substantial Tenauts, from year to year. LOT V. Three Houses and Gardens and a Coal-yard, held under a Lease for three Lives and '21 con- current. years,at a small annual ground rent, and BOW lelollt to three substantial Tenants, frolll year to y ear. LOT VI. Eight Houses, Garden, Shop and Warehouse, held under two leases for 3 lives ami 2i concur- rent years, at smail annual ground rents, and now let out to four substantial tenants from Jcar to year. LOT YJ I. A Piecc of Ground, part of Tyddyn ty hir, on the west side of the road leading from Mill Hank tc) Aiiilwcii, oil which are lJuilt three Dwelliug- tlouses, called the Factory, together with a Piece of Land, also part of Tyddyn ty hiii, situate op- posite the front of the said Dwelling-Houses, and Oil the east side of the said high road-held under a lease for 3 lives at a small annual ground rent, and now let out. to three substantial tenants from year to year. N. U. These Premises are advantageously si- tuate for a Malt-House, &e. LOT VIII. A House and Garden in Trerdath, and the Front Walls ol another House adjoining, which could he roofed and made habitable at a small expence held under a lease for 3 lives at a small annual ground rent, and now let out to a sub- stantial tenant from year to year. LOT IX. A Dweliing-House near Amlwch Port, caUed the Biue Bell, ill' the holding of Humphrey Jones, as tenant from year to year. LOT X. A Dwelling-House, formerly a Shop, adjoining lot 9, in the holding of Moses Jones; also an an- nual ground rent of Ss. reserved in an under-lease of a Warehouse granted to Mr. Jonathan Itoose N. B. The Buildings and Premises comprized in Lots 9 and 10, being in length 52 feet, and in breadth 60, are in good repair, and particularly weli situated, for any mercantile purposes; being not more than 59 yards distant from the Port of Amlwch.âThey are held by Lease at. a small ground Rent, for the remainder of a term of 99 years, if the persons therein named, or the sur- vivor of (hem should so long live, of whom one person now is 52 years of age and ill good health, together with a lurther term of thirty years in remainder,and locommence from the day of the decease of such sut vivor. The respective Tenants will shew the Premi- ses, and further particulars may be had in the mean time by application to Messrs; POOLE, at their Office, IU Carnarvon, or at Pencraig, in the comity of Anglesey, or of Mr. PRICHARD, at Llwydiarth Esgob, in the said county of Anglesey. TY- M A WR, A ML WCII. TO BE LET, AND ENTERED UPON AT ALI.SAINTS NEXT, ALL that well-accustomed and commodious INN, situate in the Village of Amlwch, in the county of Anglesea, known by the name of TY-MAWR, now in the occupation of Mr. Ste- phen Roose, who is retiring from the Public business. The House consists of four parlours, one kitchen, a tap-room, bar, dairy, two good cel- lars; six excellent bed-rooms, on the first floor, two good ditto in the atticks, one servant's ditto, and a granary through the same a wash-house, stabling for twelve horses, and an out-house, with a good loft over the same. The Tenant may be accommodated with a Farm of 50 or more acres of land, with the buildings thereon, situate near the village of Amlwch, or with such a portion thereof as may be desirable to him to occupy. 1, For further particulars, apply (if by letter, post-paid) to Mr. WILLIAM HUGHES, of Parys Lodge, in Amlwch aforesaid. NORTH WALES. TO FARMERS. TO BE LET, IN ONE OR TWO FARMS, AN ALLOTMENT of 400 Acres, in Mali- traeth Salt Marsh, in the county of An- glesey, lately embanked and inclosed from the sea. The land is of excellent quality, and can be brought into cultivation at a very trilling ex pence. It is within three miles of the (own and sea-port of Carnarvon, ahd there is abundance of lime in the vicinity. ALSO TO BE LET, Another ALLOTMENT, of 130 Acres of lighter quality, bordering on the above. The Landlord will make very liheral allowances I towards building and fencing, soas to render these lands a most desirable object of speculation to a spirited farmer, possessing skill and capital For further particulars apply to Messrs. Poole, at Carnarvon or at their Olfice at Pencraig, in Anglesey. V -j? K JXSLKSEY Regiment of Local Militia. (:) ".ol(cc in hereby Given, TH AT by virtue of an order of a General Meeting of the Lieutenancy of the county of Anglesey, held at Beaumaris, on she 2lst day of April, one thousand eight hundred anll fhir- teen, founded upon an order from Iii., Roya! Highness the Prince Regent, in Hie name and on the behalf of his Majesty. The saiu Regiment of Local Militia are to assemble ris, in the said county, oil lie twenty-sixth day of May next. at. the hour of twelve at lIoon, for the purpose of being trained and exercised for the space of fourteen entire days, exclusive of days arriving at, and departure from, and marching to and from the said Place of Exercise. By order of the Lieutenancy, O. A. POOLE, Clerk of f he General Meetings. CARNARVONSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Sportsman Inn, In the town of Carnarvon, on Saturday, the 22d day of May, IS 13, between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such conditions as shall be then pro- duced, unless disposed of in the mean time by private contract, vf which due notice will úe given, rglHAT eligible TENEMENT and LANDS, JL with the COTTAGES and BUILDINGS thereto be longing, situitte lying and being in the parish of LIandwrog,in the county of Carnarvon,' called and known by the name of IJaj'od y cosd, containing about 38 acres, now iu the occupation of Elizabeth Evans and as te«an?s at will, at tile yc;ti-ly retit or 5s P, That T E N15 M E N* T and LANDS, situate lying and being in the said parish of Llantlwrog, called and known by the name of Gihcern, containing about 24 acres, now in the occupation of Ann Hughes, widow, aged 64 years, by virtue of a lease for her life. That TENEMENT and LANDS, situate lying and being in the said parish of DaridwroE;, catted and known by the name of Havodevan, otherwise Penrhos cwtla, now in the occupation of John Evans, as tenant at will. And that TENEMENT and LANDS, with the COTTAGES thereto belonging, situatety ingand being in the said parish of Liandwrog, called and known by the name of PeiCratU, now in the oc- cupation of John Evans and others, as tenants at will. Hafod y coed is within about four miles of the town of Carnarvon, a pleasant place for a person desirous of having a sitaation to build a house for a residence near a good market town, it ad- joins the road leading to the village of Lianllyf- ni. the land is arable, and capable of great im- provement, at a small expeuce. Gilwerl1 within less than a quarter of ainile of Ilafod y coed. it commands an extensive view of Carnarvon liar and the Island of Anglesey it is a very fertile place for the growth of Trees, it adjoins the well wooded Demesne of John Griffith, of Tryfan, Esq. The occupiers of these Farms have an unlimit- ed right of common upon the valuable Sheepwalk called Cilgwyn Common. For further partioulais, apply to Mr. JOHN EVANS, Solicitor, Carnarvon, who will direct a J pioper person to shew the prewise5. LEAD MINES, CARNARNONSIllRE, NORTH WALES, TO BE LET. yaluab'e LEAD MINES on the Estate JL of Gwjdir, in the county of Carnarvon, for such term of years as may be agreed upon. The leases of ihese Mines having lately expir- ed, the Proprietor is disposed to grant new leases on liberal terms, and the variety and extent of the veins (which have hitherto been only par- tially explored) are such as to render them an object worthy the attention of Miners of capi- tal and enterprize. For particulars apply to JAMES ADAM, Esq. Pilkelony, by Dunblane, North Britain, or to Captain RICHARD MARTIN, Miner, Llanrwst. TO BE LET, And Ettlei-ed iiliott al All-sainls next, A MOST eligible FARM in the county of Anglesey, with a good HOUSE, BARN, STABLES, COW-HOIJSES, and other conve- nient Buildings, with about IS5 acres of arable, meadow, and pasture land, in good condition, with excellent fences andwll watered. The said House, Out-houses, &c. and from 50 to tiO acres of the Land will be set, aud may be entered upon immediately. A good substantial Tenant may be treat"d with; none other need apply. Particulars may be had from Thomas Jones, of Bryntirion, Esq. at the Ofilce of Mr. Ro- berts, Attorney an.! Notary Public, Bangor, V, "etc a map of the premises may he seen and of the Editor of the North Wales Gazette. CA R A"AIIVO KSill llE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. fJpHE following PREMIUMS for STOCK, JL (to the amount of near 150 Guineas) are offered by the above Society for the present Year, at the following places â At Carnarvon, May 17th. To the Tenant who will shew at Carnarvon Fair, May 17:11, 18'3, the Team of Horses best adapted to the purposes of the agriculture of the county (not less than three} 5 Guineas. To (he Person who will shew at the said Fair, the besi Suffolk Punch Stallion, and engage that he shall attend at Carnarvon Market during the Season, and serve 40 Mares if required, at One Guinea each,âThirty Guineas. To the Person who will shew at the said Fair, the Brood Alai-e best adapted to the purpose of agricul,ture,-5 Guineas. To the Peisoil who will produce at the said Fair, the best Bull, (not exceeding three years old on the day exhibittll)-5 Guineas. To the Person who shew at the said Fair, the best Ram, (fineness of wool as well as shape to be considered)â3 Guineas. To the Person who will shew at the said Fair, the Ram best adapted to the mountainous district of (he countyâ3 Guineas. To the Person who will shew on the same day as above, the best Boar, not exceeding three years oldâ3 Guineas. At Pwllheli Fair, May 13th. To the Tenant who will shew the best Team of Horses, as before described,â5 Guineas. To ihe Person who will shew at the said Fair, Ihe best Cart Stallion, and engage that he shall regularly attend at Pwllheli Markets during the -10 To (he Person who will shew at the said Fair, the Brood Mare best adapted to the agriculture of the comityâ5 Guineas. To the Person who will shew at the said Fair, at Pwllheli, (lie best Bull, not exceeding three If ol)fairie(i I)yi teiiiiit, -a !iiiiieas ivill I)c given hy Colonel Edwards, in addition. To the Person who will shew at the said Fair, the .e"t nam-3 Guineas. To the Person who will shew the best Moun- tain Ram,-3 Guinea". To the Person who will shew the best Boar, (not more than three years old)â3 Guineas. At Conway, Friday, Maylth. To the Person who will shew at Conway, on Friday Hie 7lh day of May, the Stallion best adapted to Ihe agricultural purposes of thecoun- (y,-â 10 Guineas. To the PCI sin, who will shew on (he said day, the best Brood Mare for the above purposesâ 5 Guineas. To the Person who will shew at Conway, on the said Tth of May, the best Mountain Ramâ 3 Guineas. At Hangar Fair, June 25th. To the Tenant who will shew the Team of Horses (not less than three) best adapted for agricultureâ5 Guineas. To the Person who will shew (he best Bull, (not exceeding three years old)-5 Guineas. To the Person who will shew the best Ramâ 3 Guineas. To the Person who will shew the best Moun- tain Giiiiieis. To the Person who will shew the best Bnar- 3 Guineas, And at Carnarvon, on the 4th day of the next Great Session. To the Tenant who will shew to the Society, the best Heifer (not exceeding three years old)- 5 Guineas. To the Tenant who will shew to the Society on the said day, the next best Heifer-3 Guineas. The third best Heiferâ2 Guineas. To the Person who will shew at the said Meet- ing, the five best Ewes for the low districts of the countyâ5 Guineas. To the Person who will shew at the said Meet. ing, the five next best Ewes for the said districts -3 Guineas. It will he required that. the Team Horses, produced at Carnarvon,Pwllheli,& Bangor, shall have been actually, and bona fide, the property of the tenants shewing them, at least six months prior to the days of exhibition ifclaims appear equal, horses bred in the county to have the preference The Suffolk Punch prize Horse, will attend constantly at Carnarvon. THOMAS JONES, Secretary. Castfllmai, April%3, IS 13 TO BE LET, TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, FOR A TERM OF YEARS, At the Sportsman bin, in the toicn of on Saturday, the 8th day of May, iSiS, between I the hows of three and five o'clock in the J?er- noon, subject to such conditions as shall be then I produced. A Capital QUARRY of BLUE SLATES, upon a part of the common called Cefn du, within about five miles of the port of Carnarvon, called and known by Hie name of Chiearel Btr-lck- y-groes, which has been opened at a considerable expence, and a level MADE tinder LL. The Siates are of a superior metal, and have been highly approved cf by the English and Irish Slate Mer- chants. This Quarry being considerably nearer to the Port of Carnarvon than any other Quarry of Blue Slates, upwards of 4s, per ton is saved ia carriage. And at the same I -i)i c and place WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, That DWELLING HOUSE. OUT-BUILD- INGS, and FIE LOS adjoining to the said Quarry, now in the occupation of Edward Fouikcs, quar- ryman. For further particulars, apply to Mr. ROBERI- WILI.IAMS, Attorney, Carnarvon. DENBIGHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Eagles Inn, in the Town of Llanrwst, in the county of Denbigh, on Wednesday 12th day of May, IS between the hours of three and five o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such con- ditions as shall be then produced, (unless dispos- ed of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given) rf-IflE following Dwelling-houses, Build- JL iugs, Gardens, Orchard and Fields, situate lying and being in and near to the village of Eglwys-bach, in the said county of Denbigh, iu such Lots as shall be mentioned and agreed upon, on fhe day of Sale. That modern built Dwelling-house,Cow-house, and other buildings, Garden and Field, now in the occupation of Owen Jones, victualler. Those two Dwelling-houses, Barn,Stable Gar- den and FIeld, called Cae Scybor, now in the possession of the said Oweu Jones, and his under- tenants. Those two fields called-Erw Eral and Caev- gerddi, now in the possession of the said Owen Jones. Owen Jones is intiUed to the possession of all these premises, by virtue of a Lease that expires in the moitth of May, 1814. That Dwelling-house and Garden with the Field thereto adjoining, called Gronwon. And that Dwelling-house, Workshop, Garden, Orchard and Field, now in the occupation of Robert Roberts, Labourer The before mentioned Fields are in a high state of cultivation, and are as well as the Gar- dens very conveniently situated to build upon; Dwelliug-houses in and near the village of Kg- Iwyshach are much wanted, audwould set at high rents. 3 Further particulars may he had of Mr. Tims. JONES, Auctioneer, Eagles Inn, Llanrwst, who will direct a proper person to shew the Premises, or to Mr. EVANS, Solicitor, Carnarvon. CARNARVONSHIRE TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the Sportsman Inn, in the town of Carnarvon, in the county of Carnarvon, on Saturday, the 22d day of May, ii>!3, between the hours of and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such condi- tions as shall be then produccd, the following ca- pital and eligible ESTATE, situate lying and being in the parish of Llanrug, in the said, county, in the following, or such other Lots as shall be agreed upon on the day of sale. Lot. 1. RSPIIAT modem-built MAX StON. JL HOUSE and LANDS, with imme- diate possession, called TY-GWYN, with the LANDS (hereto adjoining, called Tyddyngwag, containing about twenty acres, now in the occu- pation of James Fitzmaurice, Esq. Lot 2. That MESSUAGK, TENEMENT, and LANDS, called now in the occupa- tion of Richard Owen. Lot 3. That MESSUAGE, TENElENT, and LA N DS, called Buartha, now in the occupation of Richard Owen. LOT 4. That D W E L LI N G-II O U S E and QUILLETS, called Cwmyglo, now in the occu- pation of Griffith Owen. And the COTTAGES, GAR DENS, & QUIL- LETS, called Bryn-y-fownog, viz. Lot 5. Cottage, Garden, & Quillet, R. Prichard. Lot 6. Ditto, ditto, ditto, C. Elias. I.ot 7. Ditto, ditto, ditto, E. William, Lot 8. Ditto, J.David. The Mansion House of Ty-gwyn is most plea- santly situated near a good road, within about two miles of the market town of Carnarvon, and two miles of the romantic Vale of Llanberris it commands a beautiful view of Carnarvon Castle, and of that fertile part of the country to the Hills called Rivals, the Island of Anglesey, and Carnarvon Bay, and is a most eligible resi- dence for a genteel Family- The House consists of two good parlours, a large kitchen, pantry, a brew-house; four bed-rooms, and a dressing- room, with spacious garrets; out-buildings, a three stalled stable, coach-house, and cow-heuse, with a large walled garden, well stocked with fruit trees. A more desirable property has not been offered fot sale for some time past in the neighbourhood of Carnarvon. The country around abounds with game, and there are several extensive lakes, and a large river within a short distance, in which are abun- dance of fine flavoured trout a turnpike-road IN about to be opened from Carnarvon through the Vale of Llanberris, to join the Capel Curig road, which will go along the boundary of the property. Carnarvon market is al ways well supplied with prime butcher's meat, and fine fish. All the Lots except Lot t, are lield under a te nure from year to year. For further particulars, apply to the Rev. Mr, O. G. WILLIAMS, at Croesfryn, Anglesey, or to, Mr. EVANS, Solicitor, Carnarvon, who will di- i-ect a proper Person to shew the premises-